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e I €19; q9iGQ9— 1. Gcd Siba. ^ | $^ — 
2, God Bisbnu, «n 1 o«>^.^3. The moon, 
^ ' 9t^*-4. Air; wind. jj? j fii5>|qi_5. 
The Living Soal; the Spirit inhabiting 
the body o^ a living being, ^ i go— 
6 Kcowledge. ? | ©^|_7. Thought. 
r I 09 — 8. Lustre, q i qg— 9. Serpent, 
io I a^; Q^OIOQ ©li^t gGQfl— 10. Moan- 
tain-slope, precipice, e a ) ag^GOlaQa^fijo 
9«^©QQG9Q — 11. Table-land. K^ \ ^.q^S*- 
€L^iq^-12. The sage Bhiuga^the precep- 
tor of the Demons, 9** ^ { agi at? 
1^^ ^9 ^<J ^ ^§ ^ea €.^5^4 gQ ^GQQ^ 

9^ )— i i ( aqg ) 99© Q^qiffj 9^ 

q^l© — 1, Present withj accompanied 
with or by; mised with (something), 

( sai— 95.©, 9»te, 9€igQ I ) 3 ^ (aqg) 

9^© 9q}«i 0|€^ a€^— 2. -Eqaal in 
(something ); having the same or simi- 
lar (something). ( aai— 9691^, 991^^ 

^H<S\) «> I qq'gq ( aq9 ) eje^® a^o^ 

3, In which ( such a thing ) is present 


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9 ( 9« )— ( Q^Qa 9|G£?©® ) gsQ-St^ 
(fl9Q9l) —Original (suit). 
9a'— GQL 9 ( G'Jq'I© )— <l9g9IQ tlQ^i q.O— • 

Sa-aS A kind of wild plant* 

^?i*Q€59l— fllGQ. (e90J9?i) ^ ( 9S 9fl )— 99(Q 

Sa-a5 kariba 9€}9Ij ©©«» 9Q9|— To plane^ 

to smooth. 

€la©§€l{S) — GQ- 9 ^ 9« (9». 99^*3©) — gQ''^"^! 

Sa-a5tiri«a(ii) (GQfl)— SaiStrisa, (See) 

>r(it)V'M ^%^ [ga'^'^fittf)— aoi^a] 
gaV GQQl— gi. 5. (siqf) (9°. 9?ia^)-99 6Q9I (6Qfi») 
Si-i3pi debs Sanpi deba. (See) 

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Monday. 

9a*Qi^(q)— 91.9.4° (5 ^l-efliq9iQ oq ©i© gqqj? 

SarafibSri(ri) c;»|q-*A name given to persons 

bom on Mondays. 

3aQI€5«0(qi)— ai' 9«l— ^ I 6Q!fl9IQ 9^^^!^— 

Sa-anbaria(yft), i. Reiatiifg to Monday. JlG^lq- 

C>lIa|^C?^ 91QGQ a?9l^2. Happening on Mon- 

^141 R^ I day; recurring on Monday, ( laeil— 

(9a*9iGQfi; — ^1) 9a*9lQ?i 9i^) g** — «. i G^iq- 

9fQGQ ©I© 9i$Q ©|q— 1 - A name 

given to a person born on Monday, 5 | 

GQ^*fllG© e«m9IQ 9© QQ^— 2. Those 

who observe fast on Mondays- 

€iaqo-6Q. 9 (9. G9!<iqfii)— Ggipga G©a) 

Sa-aSraja Somaraji. (See) 

ea'cia*— G©. a (to'j^w©^) — y 9 (e©a) 

Sa-aS Sa-aS SaS saS. (See) 

g2j©(©) ©wj©)— 6?e9* 9 (erh 9«~6©i9; ^^^) — 

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Sa-ana(Di^nl^Dika) Sahara etc (See) 

Sa-apa Saps, (See) 

Sa-a(ba)rajd Somaraji. (See) 

Sa-ala (etc) QOIIQ (eQei)^'Sabala eto. (See) 
f»[9[% srsf^ e I OfiftQ; €110^5- ©8Q—1. Soon, 9 1 
yi<Pt^ >l^t*r «^ Q^Q — 2» Hastily. ^ \ (go.qQ^tg 
^^ffl gi») — gg^ggQ— 3* Early. 15 I (g*. gsio) 

Qa:5J «IQ»; «!$»— 4. Easy. ♦ I 9fei| — 

5. Straight- 

Sa-alia(ya) 1, Easy. ^ ! ^y|— 2, Straight; «r» | 

^^ g^S}; 9QO-3, Hasty. v 1 giyiQ^ qqqQ 
asf^sr 2)6991^9 ge"? a^^l— 4. Eairly, 

€I?ie»—€Q. a— eflQ— Promptly, [€^— gaea gaGQ 
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€lQ(€i)--C9* 9. S!,\ ( «. ^eil; 31. Q^)— g^ (€Q$t) - 

Sai(i) Sahi. (See). [^ — 9Q^€Q ^§€9^ GQei eg) 
1I QQ I QaiQia €q«<5©» 1] €?G0- a (E») — g@ 
«^, Q%5ft (GQei)— Sahi. (See) 

Saiad SMyad, (See) 

, Uqs^q^, q-o(i^)Q^— aot^g] 

Sain Hard and repeated hissiog sighs due to 
[Qq* ^Q*— aOi^a] exertion. g|. €)— giQ* s^aiyaiQ 
^t^ 9t9Q Qi© g;i|q— The. nickname of 
^ 5^ person bearing the title of SwSiS, 

CIQ«li(2D*)— GQ. Q6I— qqi (GQS*) 
SaiSa(aS) SaylS (See). 

«Q<>©— ^6Q. ^. (SQl)— G?©® (eQ€i) 
Saikata Sajkata (See). 

€icai — 9i6<q> (C19W1©) p — o^qqiq ©qi a^ — 

Saiga A kind of wild yam* 

«|Q©(^,^)— 91. ^. g° ( «r. go'i^Piq )~(aq)qej©)— 
Saita(ti,ttf) QQW^si OigQiq— Name for 

^Gi©l, * ^ calling 'SatyaljSdL 

«Qaa > — aftiQSja© ^a 


Saitiimba(mS) Guava. 

€iQ(<], i^)©i»— e?eQ. (a, e?®iQ; qv ^isiq,)— 

Sai(e, ya)tan k I ^^l*?^, q'^'qi 6 q9«fil<»c?' 

'ra^si ^T5f asS'^hi^f© 6|«IQ6QI?1 ^qV®"~ 

1. Satan. [ q — <3 «!«»,««' Q^§ »■ 

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QI9IQ «?^Q<? 9^^ Q9©Ci®Q QQGllQ OQ 
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s©^; ©191 *<3^ :— Gsef oQoig ii^QQ;^ 

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staqs^ G9G©5 216$ ao^qiGQ q^M qgq oqqgq 

Q9 ao^cia <3i^ G9e9 1 ] 5 i "^©^ q© 

©H9Q G3© — 2. The ghost of a deceaeed 

person, ^ I aol^ ^© — 3* T'be ghost 

of a deceased Mahomedan. >j | (fins^ie?) 

•@Q, aial <§ '5i?!€lQ Q**?!— 4. a very 
wicked and sinful person. 

^091© ©Q€tl(^)— G9GQ. ^ ( €fi. €ici©i«^, a. ©qa« 

Saitan charakha(khi) qq|«ft ^ia. ©$; gQ©IQQ 

gQ©iQ eQ€$* a?i, ^1 m\^ qi9icjsGq qq- 
GQ3i<] 1)^1 9;;^©iOQ ^^19© e^ 91 9g- 

1. A devilish or cursed instrument or 

thing, J 1 (^'fccri*)— aoaif'^oiQqiQOi^— 

By cycle. 9^— a© ai0^ (9^9 ) — 

Very sinful (person). 

QQ(<ijqlOifir — g^gq. ^ ( a )—««©!; <5j^i^— 

Sai(e,ya)tSai Wickedness. §^— e. I g^QIQ- 
^\^V^ %m^ qn^Sli^— 1- De-vilish; Satanic.. 
^ I a^Q© — 2. Demoniac. ■»> I «©; (gqof 
q§l— 3. Wicked- v | qQ— 4.EYil.. 


^qQl€>a 


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Sai(eja)taaia ^(Q*'^) — 1. Wicked; satanic; 

^g^=l1 ttefTffi" devilish [person], ^ | aqGl^Q© 
{Q\i&) — 2. Satanical^ devilish [ act j, 
^ ! a© W— 3. Very bad or CYll [ act 

or thing]. 

Saitani kariba[kar^ib83 «€59I — To sbow 
Tl^f^ ^?I1 %n5ft ^T^ or exhibit sataoic 
«Q©i» 6Qai{e®)q91 J _ao«»Qa propensities^ 
qQ3>i® ^I9IQ «Q^I J ^ to do wick- 

ed acts. 

Saitani tha^da kariba 9IQ ©9©^ 

[ gCi©l© ©gi^GQQI— aO'l^S ] To check a 
person's wickedaesPj to punish a 
wicked person and make hina dis- 
continue his wioked acts. 

gQ©C«^€l(€r)-6Q. ^. « 0^ ( ^^ Q5«^«9©)^ 
Samti(tri)sa[ si 3 Q9«^«i •^9- Thirty- 

Sai^e3na[ni,Dya] CTQ©— 1. Army. [ ^— 

g<5»I^QO. ap ] 5 » 9*$ S«©— 2* A multi- 
lode of persons. 

Saina(m,nya)8amanta Sainya sSmanta. (See) 

Saindu a«>M^§© QGQ %^<9 (q^!©)— (a child 
Slid in the mythologies to have been) 
Born immediately after coition or 
conception. [€J— 39l%6q qG^ G9 « 9!QQ 

igoj^l^^lj—gi. (aQ'»)o- Wl (9°. e«€5^1)'-a9<gQat 

iSwndrl(ndhti) <^€i] g^©QQ GqQMQ^l Q©'*!— 
ift^ A maid servant of the haremj a maid-in- 
5l'?r:S^t ^et waiting for queens^ [^-gQOl9 

e^iciefii 9«i 31Q «^> w 8§» ^eQ €^©5 


Saindrl seba GOT^fl^ ^It? aaOGfl©! ®^'- • 
srpfti? CRt Rendering of personal services to a 
«l'?r:^?^rel^ ^T lady. [—€1115^6^1'?^^ <J»ga 

<>i? 1 ] 

Saindha(t]da)ba bfs'R <HfMlHi4<l) Saiodhaba, 
[9QQG» fii=5l— SQ^^a] (See) 

g£;9(a",€r;g)o-G?6Q, o (q»)— giQOQ (gq^) 

Saipa(pi,pba,phi)n Saipan. (See) 

go Qg?i — e'q)_?--(aoi "aecr) g?^3 q®qi giGQ ©qoi— 

Sai basibft To eet up friendship with a 

Ji^ ^sttN®1 ^isft CW»^^*^fW person, 

Sai mohara(ri) ^Qg^ Q^Sj-^fi? ^IQQ (^ aSQQ 

ifesrt^ Gfll^Qq^ eiG^IQI QQQig OIQ»- 

#ftlT a^Q a^QO OQQ— Certified copy of 

an official paper, [q- QIGQQI^ eGQi^Q 

^Q(<i><?l)Q^"G?GQ. 0. [ eri. g»OQ^]— ©^q'91Q 

« Sai (e, ya) rat a^c'o^ ^^^Q giql Q»g' 991 

OT^ a©e?a 95^ — Sairj any fluctuating 

9q[<]Q, \ or additional rent payable 

qQ[<l]q©^ eqt J foj* fishery, forests etc 

besides the fiz^ed rent payable for 

land, 

Sairindri (ndhri) Saindrl X^ec) [ ^^ 

GQ^* G9Q ecea gg i— os. goi^s^^i^ 

Sails g«Q9s!qq€j.« <i©«>qq (c^) /go«^Q 

^^(IT 9?sr^rr aOnog — l. Another form 

^cnifair of 'Sarila', past tense, third person, 

eiugular of the verb 'Sariba*. [gqi 

G»aif qQ<a, ET^fi^ QQ% qq I— oafsj oai] 

> I ''«l^«>l' ^"'qiQ 9^310 siqlQ"^© Q!«, 

wss\ q^j <J0G>G>» '9§q'q aQ"^a i 2. 

Another form ot '^SahilSi 


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^Sai(hi) sam5(mbhS)li Cautiously. ? i aa a& 

E ll'ftsr ^'mS'B^ pq^ 9Q — 2. After mature 

consideration. «n I aeSQia^*© — 

3. After waiting. 

€(Q(9) gfli[qi]© oai Q@Qi— GQ. $— qiQfciio e<?'c^ 

Sai{hi)s«ma (mbh&)li kathS kahibg Qai Q$^- 
^Um ^^^slt To ba cautious in the use Of 
^'¥Tt«l^=C ^5RT one's words or talk, 

Sai(e)5a t | asQIOQ — 1. A groom. ) \ qqi^iq 
^tt^ ^nfer WQ 5?Qt €J(?Q— 2. A horse^ 

keeper- 

^QQ -eQ»eQ. © (eri)— ^Q^aQ ©Ifl— The post or duty 
Saisi of a groom . S ^SQ. ©61 — QQta 

^^f^ m^ [6Q€l]— Saisia(See) 

gQga— GQ. ©^: ^ UQSQ GGIflM— 1 Befitting .a 
S^isia groom, y \ ^^€1 ^^^\—2, Relating 
^%^ s^felT to a groom, 

Sai sangata >abi sangata (See) 

it 5[t^r© ^^t ^sft [gQ(€!) Qcri^d— <ii] 

^Q^(<^)a-GQ. ©. ( qo. 9919 = ^4-^; 9!0=-|} 
Sau(o)a ^+|«t|)-.G9i«9 ga^ <§ 0§* gGCT 
're^l ^m ®f*S^ ^— One and one fourth, 
■ (<a^l— aO*;^a) ©^— ^| 9Qfs>— li as much. 

<a^l I) 
^€5Sfl C$€!— GQ. ©- — ^^ P<561 — One and one fourth 
Saua mabana maund, (Q-— c^gQ q®^ gqo 
51^=5(131^ ^€(171^ qsja Q^\ 39 €1Q ^^) 

Sdu(o) ar— GQ QIQIQGQ ©GS'; Cieg^— A rider. 

€I^aiQ^G9©l— G<5>. '^" — (vlIQl^) ©©'Ql— To ride. 

Sauar heba y^^Wl ^^ ^^TK ^HX 
^Ql{^) ai€3— GO. ©• 6' ©gi— gQi€) (gqsi) 

Sau o)ari SabSri (See) 

Saual|etc] SabSi etcfSee] 


€i€&ai «a($,e9)— GO*© 6 ©Q (^•-qaiQ+€i©) — <3© «q 

SauS sa-a(ha,be) a€>€lj ^3«— One hundred 

( ^S^a €J-^a»*»Q^^ ) and .twenty five. 

Q^a 6QQ— GQ. © 6 ©S-~00 GQQ <^ OQ 9I«I; 
Saua sera gtg qi^i^ ?.^ GQQ QI ^I GQQ — 

'TS^rtC^ <a?T^ li seer {aat— q* 8lQ£? 

9«$C1 GQQ 3Q<a 0i€)gf I) 

Sauk(kb,ki,khi) ^ i gg g^^^ ^699 9| ^1 

't'^ ^iTf* 1. Having a fancy or special 
liking for a particular thing or dress 
-^ I ©01^04 — 2- LuxurionB} sportive. 
•* I €$« Q G8I9IO a^Q g'i^— 3. Very fond 
of gala dress, o | ©Oiggq— 4. Gallant, 
fond of lusurj. » | QC!@3Q^g— -5. Wittyj 
humorous- 5) | qg^ig _6, Seeking 
pleasurej desirous of pleasure. 9 I tTQ 
©9© - 7. Foppish. GQ. ^ («, eSlei**, a. 

^^ GQi©=ag^)-e I G^^^ ^e§Q ^g g© 

^n^ ag-Si qi hqq— 1, Special liking or 
fancy to any particular thing. J J qQ9 
^1 aJ^g; gscgsij ©Qiq — 2. Ease; enjoy- 
mentj luxurious living, w j (s*. (^ ^1) 
Q9«» ^19 — 3. A fop^ » gallanti a beaux 
or belle. >> | ^Qiq] qi^ — 4. A person 
given to dalliance qr luxury. 

<?g ( aeii— caig ^^ gi©^ aoQiQ, aieca 

GQ«I10|<I i 

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<$?^^ t 6Qt9l ^€^9, St^ 9€$9, QQ|©q ©€©Q 

-se© ©g ©Qi §^ 6 630© 9^^ ©^ ©s; a&j 

«^© Si©Q Q^i^Qfll©^^ a«^q€© QfiJiq^lQlQ* 

-gt^ ^Q9 ©Q§ I 

*©igag6.©'fliG© Qi^a Q^cf aa^ii %l- 

€©€!!9N t 

<i Q^ 391 ©6fl9 oesQ aeoiQ© qju 
QR©[2q] eQ© 6©eiiiaia^i oai— ©is g€}©, 
Qi© ^^©, 9€ivi €€$©, aatesA ^^©, ©1© 

^€5©^©€j©i— 6©. -$"— 6©l^.9 ©g a© ©efis ag© ©1 

Sauk kariba QQQ g^^l— To have a 

3^«t3p^t liking or fancy for a particular arti- 

^^^r^T , cle (e g. oi dress or show or 

luxury). 

Sauk (kh, ki, khi)re rakbib* ©© ©I QO** 

T^^Ht n^^^ as) a©Si 6 g^^e^i ©^©1— 

:^|«%^:'^5ir To maintaia a thing or person 
[qet^a)Sie©Q^©l^a©'l§9] io luxury and 

with great care. 


1 ^ — ^- .— 

«i«8«(9)o,l^— €©"€©. ©«-(a: sflsj©^ )— t I 

Sauki(khiin(ai) QoftflQ ^q Q© SQftiQl — 

ClT'fR !• Desirous for anything. 9 | Qg©oi- 

sS%i| ©Sqi— 2. Gallant* » i ^iqj—g^ 

Sportive^ s \ 63 ©©© q©© qjy eP^lQ©| 

01©' G©1«9 ©•'©Qiq ©I ©^J' gs)^ — ^. 

Amateur. ^ — ^ | gi^^ 9*?© — 1. A gallant, 

^ I 96^©^ (G©a) — - Sauk (See), 

eis^O)©^ «€!©!—€©. ©— ©©4ao^ eg©!; q^ 

Sauki(khi)n sen*' G?©*»flieo 95<>€© G?©*fQ^ ©©^ 

CJfN1=TC^ Oi#, ©§ CKafl£^€Q q^ 6 G©0©9? 

©Q©| 0IQ* qj^©©*** 4SI ©Qg— Volunteer 

^fti#5| %m corps, 

gQ^^qj^ea"— €©. «^— g€5©. (GQei)— 

Sduki(ku)nian " Sauk (See) 
e^GH— gi. ©.—(3°. 631«if)—6€tejH (6©et) 

. Saul;hya Sffikhya (See) 

€[^4ir^|]-G©-©^ — [^- €®Ig]— G©fe)g ©ei^G© 0|_ 
Saunda[ndg3- ©I ©9.^ — Expert in anything. 
«(J^ %^ [ Q— Qi^JS^lS© gJ^-q^^^ 

(J^g^-? fl?l^^© €&G0IQ] 

g€i^€itl(a!*) — G©.^^— «. 1 gs^l 9^«?1<^— 1, Kelating 

Sbutuaia (an) to a co-wife. -> I ga'gl© €$©£5- 

:>fttC=ra 4ji^cH l ©I© (q^l©)— 2. (Child) Born of a 

CO- wife. 

Q^^€i20 (2fl') ©ai— €©• ©—99^;© Q9q§ ©Qi^— A 
yauiunis(a3) katha matter befitting a 

JTsta^ ^^ ^ft^ftqrgrar co-wife, 

g^%«ia(ai*j QQ -€©.©. - es^ ss5©i©e© ■ ©^t©© 

bautuniS <an) ghara <J©iag a§1 eil^— A family 
*t^^Wi1 ^ «^fclft«ff ^ in which there are 

CO- wives, 

g^^<§i3i(«fl"') q?i- g© ©. Of— Q9§1 .^^j qi©q qa— 

SautuniS («n) pua Step-son* 

^^agoRcr -3^%gta ?a; g€$^^ ga -a©^^a) 

€i€^^1— G©.©.i|l (qo. qe§l)— 9qiQ3Q©i <n-— Co^wife^ 
Sautunl one of two or more wives of a 
'i^, ffes^ ^?ft!f person. [ ^— ^g® ^^^^1 


ae^^^l €i»iQ9i 


( 9^ty ) 


Q€^.^Q] 


Sautuni k]iata(te)iba ^|q(l) aOM s^l^ 991^ 

^sij t^^i^ ^^ ©fi;;*!— To marry more wives 

^nfe^ 35Rr in the iiietime of the first^ [ g^ — 

Sauda WISi^lQ; mt Q«?"*Q ^i^ WJc^^l. Sale 

5r6*ft and purchase ol merchandise; trading, 

^?T 5 I ( fts^ia ) QQIQQ ©101—2. Business of 

the world). f^^—^HlqiaiQCQQe^aS) OTS^ 

•^ ! ag)1 -^Sii— 3,Merchandi8e. v i eQIQW 

^1 e^iOigClbj^ ^«|9Q! 9S1'< QQf — 4.. Any 

merchandise purchased from a trader 

or shop-keeper. * I a^iWIQ ^i^ — 

5, Purchase of any commodity* 

9 I 9^*1QQ'<€) ^i^O^s^Q ©5»— 6. Contract 

for the purchase ar sale.of a commodity, 

QiSQI 9€JQI— SQ. «'"—«• > afil*<C^Q^ ®§<?i— 1- To 

Sauda kariba purchase oommodities, 3 I «i^ 

Ti^GSft^^l, 0^!^ OIQ^IQ ©©©1—2. To transact 

^^ ^^5ft a business of sale and purchase. 

<a€^Qi€iQ— e©eQ- ^ (ffi- GglQiaq)— ©9 ©fi©-^ 

Saudagara A big merchant. 

Sandagari 9*t©315^; ©IQ©lQ — Trade. $^— 

^^T»rtt ticg to a merchant. 9 | ©jlt©*l 9*^©l!^ — 

2. Relating to trade. 

^eQt€i€iai- €S^€»©. ©. ^^ (91)— «€^©!€1Q 9^^]^ — 
Saudagaria Kelating to a trader. 

g^Ql€lQ 91$lO— eQoQ. © ( €ri, g51©iciqi 6 ©9i»J — 
SaudSgari jahaja qq^ ©I91OGQ ©aaei ^g^.g 

5i««ft^fi ^t5t^ Qe©€)S^ a^ifll© aeg — Merchant- 
^JkrirftafTSr ship^ trading ship. 

[^^©lOQ q^a^— a©_, ©l-^l©] 

CI^QI a?©l — 6©* ^ — e^^l ^ Q^^Qi©* 9£u€© G©]^^ 
Sauda patibS 0^1 qj^iSj q^ 8^91— The settle- 


1«<ft.^*f5l ment of the sale transaction of any 
^ ^iWr 12511 commodity Rafter 5 higgling! and 

haggling. 

«[€6Qi 9aQ[a», €11^]— G©. Q (e^©i gGa ^q&^^ ^Qa'«> 

Sauda patara £patra, p&ti] 9$©©) — 

w^T'ns 1 1 e©i©iQ^ ©«i9©) © i©ie©iQQ a^i<i;©n- 

hI^WIO 8tf<i;©H Q« ©—1. Many sorts of arti* 

cles or commodities purchased from a 

shop. 9 ( ©i©ig©i© a^Hc^©*!© ^q— 

2» Purchase of many commodities, 

Saudamaiii(Di) GolQiql)— 6qi©l9<3] ©|p1 QlIq ©I©- 
C^tWl ©Ifl— Name for calling a woman of 
^fl^^HV the name of 'Saudamini*. 

g^©i S9©i— 6©. p-a6i*i© ©**© «q ©^q «i©i e5»©i— 

Sauda beba The completion of a trade transac- 
?I«<ft ^^ ^ft^ 5l5|f tion or negotiation. 
€l€}fcl- 91. (a©*j) ©. v«< 6^a) — e^lti (€©«i)— 
Saudha Saudha, i^See) 

€IC5d ,€!<»© — G©. (a©*l) (ff. Gflld+QQ©1 — G©|0! QQ 

Saudha sadana HAilding* [€$ — ©©Q Qg^d a©G© 

^^^^ ©©Qfl6)'$(i©G0fci© I ©S, G©e©g«©©iq ( 

g®©£*i - 91. (e©*?) ©• («. G^-sia^)— q©Q©ij 6€ii^— 

Saundacjja Beauty. 

999— G©- ©—9a (G©fl^ 

Saapa Bapa. (See) 

^9iQ ©tl^G$;Q"-G©. ©—99 fl^^l (GQfit) 

Saupacha^a^te)! Sapa masina. (See) 

(g€$a flf [9]^!— a©*'59) 

€1@©Q — 9|. © (9©i) (9». G9l©«)— 6flf©0 (GQfil) 
Saubala Sgabala, (See) [^— qa G©^ ©§ 69 
9Q qe$©Q^ <lQ|GO GQ G©l©^99 «©!©© I 

g4,Qdl— 9i. ©«i. ^1 (9°- e9l^a**©ci)— e 1 Gol^cf*- 

SaubhSgl ^^—1, Fortunate. 5 | a©©" 699- 
C^t5l(W)^, C^Wt 8151—2, . Beloved or fond- 
^t^TJ^sr led by one's husband. [ ^ — 9€J€> Q© 

©QQd. 9cr1©] 


9Q^<1 


( ^^-P^ ) 


g%s 9°q[« 


Saubhagya S^ubhagya (See), (gj — "^aQS^gQiQ 
^3^50 J^ftwTl G^IQGQ qS^^*4^eg^di Q($i»Q 

Saurabba Saurabha, (See- Q^-^^Q^q^; gQ© — 
c^^^ ^^ [Q— agqiQ qci«»i^> QQqiQ ^s^qq ( 

Sauri(ri) Q|q — i. Name given to males and 
cn(i% females, y \ gjeJ Q6€I9 — 2. Name of a 
^tft sacred place of pilgrimage. [ g^ — QQ^ 

esBa^iqs) I ] <*> I (QQi) €1© g©— 

5* Planet Saturn. [€j — qq-g qg^fg, 39^' 

%yi^^ I 3 

Saen-bar Saturday^ 

Saembara Swayambara. (See) 

g^Q— e?eQ. ©. (ffi. gi<3Q)— gQg«^(6Qei) 
Saer Sairat. (See) 

Saert-a Betel-niat cracker. 

g—e^/^ (gieoro®) — t l q«^^©—L Abbreviation 
Saii for 'Sanskrit*. ? i ^qi— 2, Abbreviation for 
>i? ^" ^definition', w i 0G€1Q1 QQ — 3. Abbrevia- 
tion for 'Noun', is | (©©QM Ql^GOSO) «€; 
©QQO— "i- Abbreviation for Sub-divi- 
sion- [Q--'gfl^' €$99Qq^ a^®1^ ^"q.^® 


^a— SQ. 9 (9**. 6«lifli — *%Jl' ©^1— A kind of weedj 
Sama Panicam Frumentacea- [q — ^°^i© ^l^a 
<J\^^ ^lf«f €i«a aCQ wq i ^^Q**?. ^^I'^Q©. 

^« 1 3 

Samkata g§), a)*^?- | ©^Cj— 1. Thick-set. ^ i 
( 90*^— aoM^a ) ©OOiq^— 2, Crowded. ^\ 
[gcgjf— 9(1] aSQQ'' — 3. Impervious, v 1 B^- 
^1^; ^iQQ^fli— 4. Impassable; that 
which cannot be crossed over. «] ag€!g; 
a««l^; afiigg; q^— 5- Narrow- contra- 
cted* 5> I 0^511^ — 6. Full of troubles or 
difficulties. <> I ©Q^QQ— 7. Dangerousj 
risky, qo^ ©— ?. 1 ^9Q; aSQ— 1, Oala- 
mity; danger. ^ ) aqca ^9Q — 2. Impen- 
diflg danger, v i Q©; »»©1^ — 3. Crowd. 
V I a€li?® ©QQ— 4. Risk- » I ^841) 
eQQ— 5. Trouble^ suffering- 9 \ ®9^ 
a^a!;aei«a; SiqQ — 6- Straits^ difficult 
position; awkward positioo;, crisis- 

6Q. Q— QQ q^g^— Pass- [ €^— eii e^ 


aeii— g'QQ 

«i?€l 

q'^^qa 

qQ«^ 

q'^Jft 

q^a 

qosiil® 

q^^i© 

q^s*^ 

qc? 9 QQllQ 1 ] 


Saiiikat* kala danger. >i aeiSEI G^Q— ^. 

Critical momentt 

9**t 91Q^— ^- ^ ( *^^ ©» )— ©SQC^Q^I'^ QQ9I-- 
Samkata taraaa Delivering a person from 
(•^1— aCS©IS)^1) danger. ^^. ^—^^t% 

I— Delivering a person from 
danger; deliverer from danger. 

Samka^a tara(re)Qi (SQSl) - Samkatal 

(see) 

a'9* 9^"-^- ^- (»^l©9^)-9a9^9j- 

Samkata parnaa Besec with or full of danger, 

Samkata samkuia SQgiGQ C^QQ'Iii Ql gi^l^i 
?|€iae€» ©aQ G^qai-Q— (a place or state) 
Beset with or surrounded by danger; 

full of danger. 


^Q9« 


9o©fe3« 


( 9tW ) 


e(?g 


Samkata sthala place beset with dangers. 9 1 

(3«*g!«— SQ^i^Q) ©9©ag ^Qi^— 2. Dangerous 

or risky matter. «r* | ( ^eOlS a€)^I ) 

eQiOQ — 3. Isthmus- ty I ^QOq-— 4 

A deep and narrow hole in the ground^ 

abysa. 

Q*Qfe!— 3. ©. ^1 (a©^+ci)-ii 69^ 96fle; 
Samkata Q'QSIQ Ol^q^l; 'jeTlft' gq a©©i q^ 
§it€ie— !• Name of a Goddess, a popular 
form of 'Durga\ j \ agi^eio^fiiQ' q!U^ 
<Q©flf; «55QI«Q g^O'Sl GQ^ Oe«Q— 2. One 
of the eight companioas of Darga, 

(Q — a^GQiciQe? QiP, aai — ^^flcroi, 'a crai, 
dft-'ij «5jfl9!, eo^oi ©ai; 65«i> ^^sTs^ ^<^^i 

gaCs*'' ^ 9®®* ^'h*^ S©fll— 3. Name 

of the image of DurgH worshipped at 

(^Q'%|=aQ*»^a) Benares. 

g'^Q^KG^ €i— GQ. ©. i1 («r. 9°!?»l) « 1 giflGQ9©l 

Samkata(te)i C6S9 — 1^ Name of a popular 

Ji^^f^^ft ^'mzi Goddeas, (Q^_g<^i© giq^iGQ 

qf?' §©5 I)* 5 I q*Q5I (€Q«i) — 2. 

Samkata (See) • | Q<>;?G*Q qQ (GQSl)— 

3. Samkatei mndi (See) 

Samkatakirnna Samkatapanna (See) 

g°9SiQ— a° ©: (9q^+©S!a)— ^ I ffl^ G»^I9 — 
Samkatakeha 1. A very frowning look* 
5 I fclQft 9s; a^^G* ^fl — 2. Name of a 
tree^ Terminalia Arjuna, 0^ — QilQ" 
Q9©5 Q^lfi q§ (ijC)— Ogliiag (look)! 
(QCJSIS— acil^a) accompanied with 

side glances. 

Samkatapanna (a^gi Q\ gio)^!. Very 

(Q^'QSiacil) — ^1 daEgerousj beset with danger 
(plaoe or condition); straitened 
(circumstances) 5 I GSCf ^"I^SJ €J^aG9 
©9Q €Q€5alOJ09ft— (a person) Surround- 
ed by or overwhelmed with dangeri 

fallen in straits. 


Satnkatei mudi ^IfllGQ gS>IQ qs$9IQ* fllO^O 
5R# ^tfil^iJ "Sfl^^ QQ, 6 ^^\m G9SS* ^»36»*P 
^T2Wft 5tg^ GOT^ G^Q GQGft G9i^ g°Qfiii 

QQ, 0191^ 9l©Q ©^ acre c§ 9^ nQd, 

O CIG>I€!Q fcll^qq ^Q«I — A double 
ring worn by females desiring ofEspring- 

[ (^— <<9]^ e^^Qi 93q q^ (^q aaSaiQ 

<l® gai^eQ q«€J 9<1 I CtlO^Q G>Q?]®i ^iGl 


Q« O Q3i €5qa* G9«» <9 ^la 0© 9!®^ ^^ 
Q^GO 1] 

^aio— e. ^. ( Q«^+«aai®+^9 aQ )— 1 1 QGais- 

Samkathana qqq — 1, Conversation, 9 | 
(QQ-aQ, TOai — QQt^Q) QI©1IQ|a— 2. Dialogue, 

gOQ— «. ^.^ (gq==»QciMC^C9-f 9 yi^«=OQ©i+^S)a) 

Samkara t | 0©I^Q OgGj ^f]^ — 1. Intermix- 

(qQQ — dO'l^Q) ture; mixture, ? 1 ©^^ EQiel^- 

fllft^Q q's^^2. Mixture of opposite or 

incompatible things, m | Q^^^Q QIQ 

Ql 9*19— 3. A person of mixed bloodj 

hybrid} half caste; -mixed caste, v \ 

(gq+(J ej|^=©G99 0€^9!+0^ a) aooQi^ 

«a!©V§9 M5ilC-l.Sweepings; ecourings. 

» \ Q\QQ QIS — 5. Rayfish; the stingray. 

91 aaiflogiQ ©G«9— 5. A figure of speech 

(Q-GQQ*OIGQ hQ\4Q a«°QIQ <«> 9I9''€€J 

<3S>^ ^ft© G-^IQ 9I6QQ ^^GQ €l9Sij GQOIGQ 

^a*OQ aooQiQ' ^<3 I aai— G€i!g g^ qqq 

395*5! OQM G€lig<ft Q©^ fffQQ©^'»-QQGQ Q«> 

(jftqli) GQ-©.g.— 9s?9'^ oiqo'~Qi§Q©iGioifl 

— A name for calling Sankarshana. 

Samkara CQOljQCQ ©QOl— A sort of inferior 
^il^t^FTl plantain or banana. Ql. Q.— t | 
ft^ %afT (Qia) C« «»gQ— l.(a term of abuse) 
35^^ A person of mixed caate ? I qoG>9€iQ 
^•« awioqas* OIQOW— 2. Name for calling 
{g<?q— a»i^9) 'Samkarshanain disregard. 


fl«©5i OQ^I 


( 9«^» ) 


9»0fii, 


e»q 90©1— e<?, ©. ->a«> q«iq si?^ gQQi (g— o*?i 

Saihkara kadall ©|5a gQa] ©l<Sl!^ ^^ «l9IOie^ 

ft^s ^^iT QQ*i ©oal e«tg aigaiGQ)— A species 

of inferior wild plantain. 

e9q d€l— GQ. Q.— c^gQiQ ailfei^ aia— A sort of 

Samkara dhapda water saake* 

Cf9g^^©— 3". ©.— QlQ'^iQoQlQ 9G€I9 (-091 0^Q&)— 
Saiiikarauubhuti A kind of figure in rhetoric* 

(^ — a?>^Gi G^Ql 696 ?> €^qa QG^IQ^ 3^ 
gQGQ ^ClO G9€Q g^-qQ I 3%^ GQQG© qp 

Samkaraati Samkranti (See) 

(6$— <3 r«^q^G€) gt 6^Qq €969 ^^ I 

Samkarl gQ^| sjfi^ QO G9Q €^^l 69!^a§ — 
A newly spoilt girJ^ a recently deflowered girl, 

?!9^9s;€i— a. © ( aQQ+e<^®©Qe9 ©^+<S yi^+ 
Samkarlkarana g^. £)0)— e I 0)OI©a Qigi^cfo 

919 ©e«9; ^Q, a^, q§, qg, 9g% Gcig^ 
Siq^ d asitfi^f a^ioff^y— 1. a sort of 

sin ( amongst the nine ]sinds of sins 
enumerated in the Hindu l^astrae ) 
commited by killing of certain animals. 
^ I 99 SQiaQ <9« ^a«— 2. Mixing up 
of many things, «» | (^Q ^ft Qlgq a^ 

^1 faiQiJ 639 9^^ 9!^ 9I©9 q.^€>i^ 
«)^ 91 ^g!€>^g!QC> 9gQ9l «"^l— 3. Cross- 
breeding, -o I Qi©Q*€199« — 4. Causing 
a person to lose his caste. 

^9(^1^— GQ.Oo (aQQeb) — 3G9^Q 9190!^ — Name 
Samka(ku)ru for calling 'Samkarshana, 

esjsdi— ^.9. {ga+«$e ^1^+99. 39)— e-iaa^^sa 

Samkarshana gQ*^^ £19©'^ — 1- Attraction. 

(gcjs^,— ao^^a) 5 1 ( +Q^. ao ) <S^9<S — 
2, Cultivation; agriculture; ploughing 
OP. *»> I ( +91. 39 ) 9»q?l5 9969;'; 
€|1<$«IS9 (5— <1'JIQQ 99 a^^y)— 3. Bala- 


rltma. v \ 0^-4 God §iba. « | ©^ i^Q 9«l 
^e^g — 5. A phase,ofBishnu. [Q — ^«1 

e^lQS ©09- 3IOI- €l9ge9Qi^ I ) GQ. 

©. q.» — GQ9«J91fl'— A name of males, 

^90— q». q( gq^4-9Q ai®=-Gi6i9i, g^g^ 9Q9I + 

. Samkala ^9. a )— t I qog'S*—!. Collection. 

(gffo, q»999— aofqa) ? i 99 q««if9 d ^§0 

( Q«OQ«0 — ^ggi© ) 9^9 <39«l99^— 2. Compi- 
lation; heaping up. • I ( qS<S> ) GQIC!) 
^al«— 3. (mathematics) Addition. 

e909— 91. ( aQI ) 9. { ^•. ^°9fii )— g*9H (e9«i)— 

Samkalapa amkalpa ( See ) [ ^ — GOie^ 

>|^ H*^5«l goQoa qiOGg QG9, G^QI GOIG9 

(qc?09— aOt^9) 139969 601 6969 — O©^^' QCTI© l] 

Samkalayita 9QPi+9|. 9; q*>9«i^® €10, e^l. 

(a-g^ii^^l— %1) ?9)— 9*'9«99i'S33 Q»g^9^'i— 

(399!^9I — a9^Q9) Collector; compiler- 

^9<&9— a'*-^^ ( aq,-*-9o yi^=-«*'g§' CQ9I+955"; 

Sambaliti*. © ) — «. I Q<'q'a9— 1. Gathered up, 

collected. 5 t <!9« GQIQ 99 ai9^9I 

( geqiQ )— 3. Added up ( numbers ). 

^9^— ««' e (9fl^+^9. dl§=9fifc91 9Q9l + ^9. a — 
Samkalpa ^ i vigi; QGOIQei; flGQIOIilj QQIj 
(<a9fii"ao«^^a ) aogi^— 1- Wishj desire, 
volition, 5 1 qQGQ 99919^91 Q©9 — 

2, Mental determination; resolve. « I 
a<f95![ d 9919 9Q91 8 «p^ qOGQ GQSa* era^ 
91ii 9qai<l — 3* The wished-for aim 
for which any religious rite is perform- 
ed. ■» I '99 6 9 910 9£)9I 9^*" Q-qSQ 
-J • 

C^69€)H fto^aS) ea§ Q9iI0 9I Q90 qoiq« 
gQQ_4. An avowal or utterance of the 
formula embodying; the object and 
nature of the rite performed by a 
Hindu. [ Q— Q9 €ia €569€1*», 9^91, 

€9lflj 9©i0 91* QlcT Qft Qa ^^'gSJ 919*' 
Q9I9^ 9C39I$ <$C 1 0^69 Sa6Q 99, ^9 
6999W 9I« 3^9© <i gaqiQC^ 39199 99, 
■QSilQ 39^19 99 ?I|£J^9I gfO <§ 99, dl^j 
©?i> 9IQ, OS^I9Q OIGfllS^ei, ©^6Q ^•9fili 
9>Q9I 9-(9Q-Q60ie 6 Qi;?^ « C^GQ€I*(GQ 91 


^^H 


( 9tX9 ) 


g'°©l^ 


9 ^^sg^Q 9tQ* c^QiQ a§€ef G^^as 6 ?i 

S©^i S^S) 0iq €?« oft q*^fin, PIQ1 o® i 
«ii^eQ as ea, ^oi 9*q<4Sq q^Sqi oicfisj 

^Q9\ «^«i ^^«fe GQioaio I ] 

Samkalpa gua ^oqc^ pig^ g^ geq^© 9IO<g 
f^CS? ^«1tt> GQQ qjaf 09(QQ<I— The bet^ flat 
^'^R^T^WC^ which is handed over to the 
priest by a Jajamana a fter he has reci- 
ted the 3aQ^aipa formnla before begin- 
ning the rite. ( o— ©^(laio S^qe^ ^l^fi? 

^9^©— s'* «^ ( fl*'5«»i+©'5 &«§+«§• a )— ^ I 
Samkalpaja Q9l^€$gft-1. Born of de8ire;resalt- 
9°v?«ii Sft^i 1 ing from desire. ^ | gggq 

g»gj5i q Q | (©I*)— 2. ( Rite) Done 

Q"9Si^l,9««'ffiiiS'0*'!, 7 V ^f*er uttering the 
g»gfl4 QQ^I, qoJsjiCl^i i requisite fonuula. 

Samkalpajanma to9©5 ©09^ Qifl— Cupid. 

?r9^ Q©»( 919m )— QS §i— fci^©!^ e^eQfltgQ 

Samkalpa bachana(bakya) 601(3991 flJQ^Q 

aciQiaqoo q«St© 01«i>*< —The formala 

avowing the object and nature of the 

rite to be performed, 

^Qfi^ ©Q«^— ^«. ^ (3^«»Q)) — a€iQi9 (^ gso©— 
Samkalpa bikalpa Determination and doubt, 

e©^ €iQ - -a^. © («i»©fili+^a[^4-W>|. a)— q°9ffii©«5,l; 

Samkalpa bhaba Qiq; qQQ — Cupid. 91*. ©tfl— 

a*^fi49 (6«?ei) — Samkalpaja. (See) 

?tQ^ eoi©— «". ^ (g^Qfii + eai^^fii^^, 69^; 
Samkalg^a joni o^^l^)— Qiq; god"— Cupid, 


^©% QQ^l— go- p (q. 9. GQ) — aeoi&a Qis^Qi; qiogi 

Samkalpa rataani fi»iqg| — The iOTer Uady) 
the picture of whom la in one's desire 
or imagination* [ €^— a*Q64 Qfl^l ^eCT 

QefiiitiGQ 9I^6Q oqif Qa i 

gyioia. Q^sl ij 
3©^S«— Q°- «^— t I (©siqi 3^) !3i9iqi©tg!aQQ(9 

Samkalpa siddha (^|ig ©^© e^lQas — 1. Accom- 
plished bj mental resolve or will. 5 | 
(q^gs^t^i— ^1) " GO qi^gg o»9ig a®qi§>3 a§ 

©Q gQad9~~2. One who has gained 
supernatural power through the strength 

of vrill, 

^«<:j Q«$— «r. « (5»^1©©J— qe©ig!3iQ s^— The 

Samkalpa siddhi fulfilment of one's desire, 

^^©— g«. ©^ ( gq^+98 dl®+0^. © )— 

Samkalpita v | aQQ€©;Q|g'o — 1. Wished-for; 

desired. 5! g^gM^ga ag^©--2. Resolved 

to be done as a duty, so | 13191 (9©i4>) 

a©«fc©l©'<9ig n^^b €9i©a&— 3. (Rite) 

Formally avowed. v i ©^®-— 

4. Thought of. » I ««t|«>— 5, Tamed, 

^©<^©ia-9°. Q. (©iSdi)— QogfiuTo qsq€i**j aciQi© 

Samkalpitartha $9i^ — Wished lor object. 

Samk&lpitartha pbalaprapti 9®)^|f^ a'OSlQS^— 
(siddhi labha) The attainment of one's wished 

for object. 

g"'9g©-9r «■ (gq^+©g^di^=9gi+©f ^g)— 

Samkasuka - ^ 1 a^Q; QSQ — !• Bestless. ^ j 

(gqr^g— aft't^Q) q^-al— 2, Narrow. ^ / g^^^ 

(9°g^g|— ^1) — 3. Transient, v \ aag|Q©i€)g— 

4i Defaming, viUfying; scandalising^ 

♦ ! ^S'Q— 5. Weak. 9 \ ^f g; gj© — g_ 

Wicked, 

T91Q— ^'^ «• — (3fl.+9 ^ ^!^ = 9e99 ©QQI4-©^ 

§amkara a)— 9-fllC'3ia ^ fcia ^K?^ ag ^IsQ 

ga^iSi—ao^i^a) <S§»si G^lQ QQi ©^ aiQ^i^r 

asiEJ — Sweepings. 

goQ|Ql__g.^ Q. %!. — (g°Ql^ + lj) — 9*gg, ©Q<g?©! 

Samkarl gg^i— A recently deflowered or 

ravished girl. 


9Q|€I 


( V^Z9 ) 


2^^ fl<9l» 


^«9ISI— ^°. ^^-•^( 3fl^+9ia yl^^^sT QIQ^+ 
Samliasa «*§.») ^1 (^^^ 96)^^1 e^SQ) 

(gQia — ao«i^g) ^fiiS ^9£i (^^^li - QQqqo©i€i, 

(q'>5»!€ll— ^1) %G0C;^'©19)— 1- Equal to; similar 
to. y I afllO ^^ Ql «>!§ Qi^— 1 Of a 
like colour or lustrej resemblin , 

[^— e^ Sfii«^*a*'5*'€i ^q«?Q «?9«eQ gqs^'- 

«>1 qqlTO^'j «»9S^^1— 3. Near^ adjacent, 

Samkiia s) <?. I Q^GOIOl; ao 9^—1. Fire- 

ball. 5 I figifii— 2. Torch, ^n | eQ^aa" — 

3. Burning fire^ flame. 

Samkirnna L Narrow^ strait, j \ s8Qj qlfllQ^; 
(^ft-ll — aO*f^a) ^^; eas — 2. Limited^ small. 
[gggl— ^1] 4^ I q£^o— 3. Contracted, » | 

S^Ql^QI-aO) a§iQ!Q (f Qs^, fl®)— 4, Not 
liberalj narrow (yibw). * I «i^9; qq — 

5. Dense. 9 \ 9«9iq§; 9-? SQS* gq[«^— 

6. Crowded. $) I ^qiGQ^i asj^tig — 

7. Overspread; diffunedj pervadedj 
spread over, r I 6€lft£l G^IQCI; ^s'g — 

8. Confused* Q I OlOl^ig ^Q® — 9. Mixed 

together, ^o ) aa?^— 10. Impure. ^%. \ 

Q!Q1 9I©Q ^^Q^ ©I® — 11. Hybrid^ of 

mixed blood. \} \ £Q^q QQI«li^ (O^ 

^fl^-_12. Heterogenous. i*> | Q"^^qq— 

13, Dangerous; full of dangers, q« ^i«- 

i 1 ^p^Q'-OQ 91©— 1. Mixed caste. 5 I 

(goQp) ^Q ^€1 — 2. A mixed tuDe-«ia'*0»- 
3. Straits; difficulties, 

e«l^ Q«l— q°, O (C^ai)— «l*%©0 g<i— Contracted 

Samkirnna kantha throat. ^. ^•— (9^1§) 

gocj^©© g*^ $a^— Having a contracted 

Samkirnna griba 6^9 g^J QS^SOQi: 

( q*Q^q1q1— ^1 ) <?ae^9l— Having a narrow 
^ neck. 

^Qi glQI— 3*. ^ {Q?ryi)-3^6W-Narrow neck. 

Samkirnna grlba g-. 9^. %1 (^<$5l§)— 3°«€- 

gl«Q i^lsia— Feminine of Samkirpna- 

■ griba. 


Q«l^ ©S!— ^^ Ci(9$5iil) — QIO fQq;<3lO QQ— A mean 
Samkirnna chitta mind. q"". c^ — Q^'QS^Qia 
[ ^°«§©@l — ^1 ] (eQSl)— Samklrnnamanah, 

(See) 

^"Qi GQSI— GQ. ^^ (3«, q°g^ G©©ll)— 3°Q^eQ9l« 
Sjmkjrjona cbeia ( GQ«I ) — Samkirnna chetah, 
>i?^<C&^1 e'^'t^r^^r ' (See) 

Samkirnna cbetab ^fli. ^«?)-q''Q^qQ|8 (GQgj)— 

Sarhkirnnamanat. (Sec) 

Sbiikirnna jati Mixed caste* 

€i*^^©i(9)— g^. 9 ( q^^gg+goiGai ©1, §)— 

Samkirnnata(twa) ^1 aS^Q©!— 1, Narrowness. 
9 I (^flQ) a^QIQ'&l — 2. Want; of libera- 
lity (of mind)3 narrowness (of mind), 
* I grQC**— 3. The state of being of 
mixed blood- ^ | €^9^ QO©! — 4. Crowd; 
state of being crowded, 
g «!^ eQ9— qs © (Q^S'ai) — t I s°^©© sgei— 
Samkirnna deha 1. Contracted body. 5 I Q 

^^^g^l^^* J *- body. ©^. go — 

a°Q!^€Q9b ^«Qi!flr^ 1 ^ ^ i (Q<$^1«) a^Q^ 

1. P'mall-bodied. ^ | q«(j©OQiiq; QmQ 

€1?1Q q°%€)© e^IQas— 2. With contracted 

body, 

^q4 Q©— 9°, Q (QSJai)— «. 1 SI§iQIQ Q©— 1. Illi- 
Samkirnna clti beral or narrow policy or 
principle. 5 * Qa "fll© — 2. Mean policy. 

Samkirnna patha Narrow path, 

Samkirnna mata Illiberal view. 

Sarnkfrona mana Narrow mind, 

Samkirnna mana SaiiklrnnamaMt. (See) 

Samkirnna manah ^q|. ^^)— i I QOTOll — 

- 1. Mean-minded. 5I fiQ^eOQIi; a§!QlQqQI8; 

ai9IQ TO €5Q!QQQI9Q §S9— 2. Narrow- 

minded* ^ 1 giaeQ— 3. Selfish, 


V9]i q« 


( 9^tr ) 


•a^S'l^ft 


^Qi ^«— g». ^ (Q5fiJl)— t. I GS^ q'3''"-l. Narrow 

Samkirnpa mukha mouth. y i 34©© fl^i 

4^ q<5) — 2^Contracted mopth, a. ©a— 

(^(j^l^) — II g^ q^l^fJ^Tq^l— 1- Narrow- 

(a^€q«|— ^1) mouthed, ^ | aa€l^ -JIQ ©i^ — 

2. Having a narrow outlet. 

q^QS Gai€»— Q°- ©• (wfltJl)"— *a® ©10 — Low caste, 

Samklrnna ]oni ©^. ( ^-^^f )— «9©t©i ^lO 

©Igiq — Of low class) low born, 

Semkirn^a hxadaja ( e<5»s )— Samkir^na 

Sainklrnnatma Sarakirnnachitta (See), 

^•^^iqO«>— ^°- ^ (®fl'fcil)-S«> filQ-l. Small 
Samkirnpayatana space or area. g° ©« 

Bmail or limited area. 5 j g'^^©© — 

2 . Contracted, w i aga^ — 3 Narrow. 

^*g^i^g-Q». ^^ (Q^'51^^; q°3^+a9ai)— ? I Q°^©© 

Samkirnpabastha a<?2iqg— 1* Of contracted 

state. 5 I iQQai 315} <a»i©gis^— 

2« Of low or mean condition. 

g^Q^l^gl— q°. Q. (Qqai) — ^ i ^wai — 1. Lowor 

SariikTrnnabastlia mean condition. 5 1 ^'4©© 

Q^gi— .2. Contracted state, « | agQgQ 

aQgi— 3. Narrow state. 

€I*«i^iqfl!0— ^°- 9^ (9aQl4+3^© ©€ji6«» a=* 

Samklrppayamaaa q«<a||s^ OWdl^+«§ao>— 

^qgg Qogg G^S^^^I — Gradually narrbw- 

(go^l^iqqiQI— <1) ing. 

Samkirnnikarana ©§1© g|a— Sin of killing 
wild and domestic animalsjl 

Samkirttana(na) «. | GQ«i©i«ii«' OIGfllOlQ^ 9*?© 

€^Q1Q« W© QIQ — 1. Songs sung in 
£wl§i» (QI)— SO'f^Q] praise of God or Deities; 
chanting of hymns or psalms. J I q«lQ- 
©a©; aa»31 ©§S>I— 2. Praising; eulogi- 
Bing, ^ I Q^©— 3. Describing. ^ I 
^el^« — 4. Uttering. GQ. Q— qyi. 


6€!|« ©Q©l« d © ©"^IQ Q^© €l1© Ql© — 
Sonprs in praise of Eadba^ Kiushna 
and Chaitanya sang in accompani- 
ment of masic, [o — ©Q©l© 6 G©©OIQ(? 

oiqgo;)!^^©© qi<5>iqi ^a©©, ©IQ© agg^^ 

^^alQ-qii^ qg^lQ>6Q «if © 691038', «§ 
@! e©9©i 6©©i? afl©^ €S)I© QQ©1© ^^© 

©5 e©©(?© ^a"©© Qi© © ©€€i9©8 slqdi- 

«}1 gq,«1q €!IO ©I g°©1^© Q© G©l©fll©G"Q 

«ea€i «i99 ©Ca© 1 ggqqhgq© gq© ©e© 

GQ. ©aaQGQ ©€;©!51 Q'QiIQi? ^§©^3 

qcQHQ <]©Qi^ B9©5i© I ©I^Qiq oifl laai — 

'•96©??ia ^G^Qffl ©e©©IG^© G©5Qo 
96«1 ©1S9,*«© ©IG^t© ©IG9'''© '^QQCiffi*! l" 

G0€f oi€© ©ifl g''©i§© -^o, *5>m syi©©fl 

Gi3^*OIG© aS9j G^ at<5» 9Si« '$<I I 

o§ (a^^'oy^e© 919 g<5 g©«i a© 9©i?> <*? 

q°Qi© 9!q Gfll©i 4 ©li^©Q© 6$a© 6 ©©© 

31© g§€i e$«$i© aia^ 1 ei^G© w as 60, 
g©^Q€ieQ sief, 6^©16Q q©, 919QG© ©10 6 
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GQj Qio, ©Qj ©agni, 9@^ <] qq^ aGQsal 
g«S!^ © Bfei®©© ffPS© 6 q99Q ac^ o? 

^•<3®©-©Q®9 ©lOlO ©1^ €>^© ^4 I 

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€ai» ©Q©l© qi^lQ'^GQ ©§ 99©©^ 
9q€i©^l'5IQ6© g'Ql^'© ©^^6© I Q©qi© 


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"(€i©) ©©IQ Q^Q gey smia 

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QJQQOq® qsu oIq 


Gooof €QQ qgisQ 9'5«>iQ a^g"© qq 

<S€'€li6« GWQ ggaSJ €119(3 QI^QQIQi^r S^I 
a^ q^ 91© ^G9S)9T QQ^^ g©^© 

?1©I alig"o (S^ai:? q^^GQ ^9® ^a fcilQ^ 

€11Q €9QSI$ 1 ^91 Q»l (§ ^G@©QH 4«| <§ 

ai^iQGQa G^Si^QiC^lOe- GQI^QI^IGQ 6 6<9Q 
G^lftQGQ <39|^9 Sl°g^» fl^l© G«l« 9«®lO 

^^© Q*Q]li» ©Q^ <]<q- G§©o«iGQ©e' aqQ^ 
^i© Q©€i e^iqa® 1 gq^^oigq a i© Qa 

QQli^ Q^'Q^OQ QIQ1 (G9i qQST (S GQfe ^ISi 

aas), ©I9i il^^^^Q; QGo©^ e$20Q qsrqRGQ 

^oK5 G$ai9l ^I^Q GQIQ ^Sl©l© Q^^l Q:Q { 
G^q 0<S Q eQ)0€Q Ql<l f^l^QIG© GQ6© 

qQQ ©91 g<i oi§, 9i©g '$<i I d©aieQ 
GQ Q<a €i«a Clique* q1©q flit's! s'gsi ©g 

<19l5'* Q'3191 9qQ!< I 


^•Qi^oGQ ©i9f® qQcr^ *g^iq' 6 

GdllQ 9Q©1Q9 G^Q (§ 9©9 9^ Q?© G^IQ 

Q9I 9gai<i l] 

?9l^Q E(l«(Ga)9'— 6Q. ^•- ^ I Q'g^iQ t^l QQ^IQ q? 
Samkitttana 5kha(khe)rdS — 1 A room where 
^I^W^ ^^^ Samklrttana is fcaught. [q — 

^'^fRsrm^T Q9Q6Q giq gs©*t© aiqcQ (fiiiQ'a 

9l§^-£)d\0 Qiq ©*f0©) 9*^^Q a^Qi 

aiGi"' GQif <! gsQ] q^ ai<i 1 6^^* qisgq 
'gQQ©-*srl^ ai<, e<a§ icrl qy 

'qO-I^O aci^l^ ^G9 <?1Qf© §<] I <^ 

Ci^9l OQ giq^I^lQ-Q 9lhl!Q^ C[9 <^ <]^QQ 

GiiqoigiqiSQ a©Q9 q®h| gqi^GQ ^9« 

G^IQ ^"Q^ O SQ'ilQ 9Q§ <<? <^ QSQ 

S[99iQlai9Q°Q G^P ©QQlQqiQ Q^IQI^l I 

giq^l^lfllGQ Q«9l® b aa©l aiQ <3{,Q\ €}OIQ 

*q.^* QSg rj 5 1 Q°9l^*^99IQ| Qfl— 

2, A company of SamkirttanachaDters, 

gftlSJQ ^9,-69. ^— S*«1^9Q Gfl© (5 ©!Q»^ ^«IQ9! 

Samklrttana gum «sqG^ s^q^ §39— 

^€c^a ^^ A teacher who teachea songs and 

^a'^FlV^g^ music relating to Samklrttana. 

Samkirttana mandala[li] esi — l.A band or 

^^C*l^ W^ choir of persons who perform Batrnm 

s'^'Vcf^ iT«I3'Tft kirttana, (some singing, some 

striking the drums and other cymbals). 

? I Gq«9 m Q9RaGQ 9<5 aio§ ag <]^ 

iI9eQ ^aa© ^'^ ^°91^^9 Q©— 2. A 

number of Samkirttana parties 

assembled at a particular place on a 

particular occasion^ 

^•©l^ 9 eM9(a^— GQ. ©— SCGQICi©! 9Iq' 91 $£€19 

Samkirttana melana(n) €$afii06Q G9i^9 S'"^^^ 

^l^JlCsjcrl <|5>|^5> q'QiQO Q©«Q gG^fl9 — 

^'«»nd^^3T A gathering of more than one 

(q'SI®© Gq«[©l] — aftH^a) party o! Samkir- 

^ ttana chanters at a particular place for 

competition or on some special occasion. 

Q"9]^'6»aK2D*)— ^Q ^— qW99iq 9©€i 919— 
Samkirttania(an) A member of a choir o! 

3K#t^fsrai, ^%1, ^^^^ Samkirttana. 

^**1^Pl*ll chanters* 


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Sarikirttita t | gqiQ^^l S^SO^a^QSQ €$Oie}© — 
(si'^Sl^ai —^1) 1" Uttered loudly. > i q^^® — 

2, Solicited, w I QQ'g^-S* Praised^ 

eulogised, v\ ^^©—4. Described. 

Samkueh5(che)ibS Causative of SdtnkuchibS. 

€!*'%€)*' — ^^ 9^ ( qq^+^©, yi^=6€l(SIQ GO^Ij q9IQ 
Samkuobita eOQI+^if. ©)— <. I q»Q!|j€a^ ^§0 

(qoesi—aoi^Q) QQiefij eaisiq ©a QiQaio — 

(q'^9©l"-'i1) 1. Contraofced. ^ | q©©^ 

©CfleQ—^. Closed, »n i qjgia €9iQ?!9l— 

3. Wound up* >' I a£|q|«)©-4r. Not 
spread out or expanded. »| <j^©j g°G©IO 
gig — 5. Hesitating. 'P \ q«ig — J. Abrid- 
ged. S> I <i8 <j5 e9IQ59l— 7, Shrivelled 

upj wrinkled. 

g«^tg)S» QQQl— €Q- © ((T. q(j©®)— tl OI^QI-l.To 

Samkuchita karibs contract, y \ g q^©€j ©qqi 

jR^ft^ ^1 — 2-To shcbrten. [^-^^«e€if ae(?S€« 

«l'<jt©^i— 6Q. ^ ( ^•* q°(i©s> )— ?. I q°<i®a 69^1 — 

Samkucbiba 1. To be contracted. ^ | ^^(€Q 
TR^f&^^^5l ©9 6901 — 2. To be overtaken 
^^sniT with modesty or bashfulness, [gj — 

3q©1 q«%©6fii fi4«NQ— ©$qQ%. qcrl© i ] 

Samkutana ^9, siQ )—q€*t— Death. 

( q'G^Q— ao'^^a ) 
Q<^<^f — 6Q. ^-"^^ { €<?>«') 

Samkutdi SankuE^i ( See ) 

q»(jjO— GQ. ^— q^Q (G<?fl) — 

Saukuna Saiiikuna (See) 

Samku(khti)ri q«»«^ (e<?ei)-Samkhu^i (See) 

Samkula +^^9. a) t i Q^fi^; gq|gl|; g^j 
(q«^0— OQI^a) Qf^Q— 1- Full of; surrounded 
(^"^ftl— ^1) bji overspread with, > i jg^, 

<J9^^Qi|qift. sTq© — 2. Mixed up; unit- 
ed; compounded. *> l €C»]Qq|€» 9^—- 
3. Tumultuous, [€5 — eag <^\QQ q»^0 


G9IQQ €qQ, qqqQ g9iq o?© qe^ q'si \ 

Ifarrowj close, k | ^^^SQQqq!©!^ — 
5, Crowded. 9^^ I ^gsgi; CLQ^l- Con- 
test^ figbt; affray, 5 | ©QQI — 
2. Crowd. «n I as^QQ Q^^ QigiHQIs; 
Qft — 3. AltercatioE; quarrel, v \ q*^ 
QQQQ gQ»@0 GQloqiQ — 4. Hubbub; 
tumult, [ Q— qidlQ^Sg GO** €TQ qGU 

Samkulana Sankulana. (See) 

g"%« q<^— a. ^ (o?Jy|)— €€iiQqiaei oias^qa® q<5»— 
Samkula Juddha Confused figbt; guerilla 

warfare, 

Samkula' Sankuia. (See) 

g'^»19 (Q©*<1Q)— €Q. Q 6 ^^ — q£?Q|Q QQ^tlQ (€QSl) 
Samkulana (etc) SankulSna etc. (See) 

Samkulia Sankulia, (See) 

g'^00— Q^ ^^ (qq,4-?^^yi'S+«^" ©) — ■o^^l^'S*; 

Samkulita qoq<g]®— Collected; gathered up. 

q°^9QI — GQ- ^ — ^^^^\ (GQ3) 

SamkuiibS Sankuliba* (See) 

Samke(khe)iba (GQSi) — Sanke(nkhe)iba. (See)] 

■ Samketa 2l)— ^ I q'^GSaGQ Ti^^^ Q^\^ O^QIQ 
GO^I; Qqig; Qcr'O — 1- IndioatioDj hint. 
y I QQ9 Q^ 9^IQ 9!q qGOiqQ^''®® GO^!- 
©GfiQ — 2. An endeavour to express 
thoughts by the movement of the eyes, 
face and handsj gesture. «n | (+QQgi,a) 

(qcQ-©^ — ao^^Q) GWlsit 0| 9! paq «ag ©9— 3. 

Indication; sign; signal^ symbol, vj apQ 
aaG^lilQ a9'^4(.The power of a word to 
convey a meaning. » I OlQ; aG^J^^f <! 
^Qi^^ 9! Ql^'l'ft ^ aGQ919Qq^ €1fi?(g afiiiiGQ 
ggi€I «q*IS) ©-a — 5- -^ symbolical signj 
cypher. 9 I (+aaOQ^. a) 01(^9 Oli^QI^Q 
©cT^ ^OQ 9lfl— 6, A place of meeting 


q»€QO QQ^I 


( S>*J>^ ) 


fl'SQI^ 


of lovers; a trysting place. 9 | e^Id— • 

7. Understanding, r | q®i©j a^giQ— 

8. Guess« Q I q^-^9" A olue, ^o | 
Q*i|QQai«?Q d^— 10, Aphorism^ axiom* 
maxim, ti I q.9 gio— 11* A place of 
assigDiuent^ a place of appointment^ a 
secret place. K3 I €»qQ — 12. Rulej regu- 

latioD. [q— giyi<i^©8 ©aiQi^'^^iq e«e© 

<^iq ^Q S01€l% QoQgQ €9IQ0I<] ) 13191 e9€ii 
ggiQ «©Q! «^^ a%Q9 I 3191 9|al€i^69l!U 

©i©%€i 9919© ^<, ©19 ao** a^iQesi sqi© 

9^91 ^^ Q°e9© ij 

Cr€9© 9QQI*-eQ. ^ — "t I Q^ig 9iq «Q Q^ 9©l€l 
Samketa kariba 9€J9I — 1. To express one's 
3^^C^^ ^^1 mind by guestures or signs, 9 I 
^%^ ^KSTT 01Q9I— 2. To beckon. 

€te©©QlQ— S**. ««!• q*— GQ QSiq OSQ — Giving 
Samketakarl hintsj beckoning^ making 
(q^-egSQi^i^l— %1) gestures. 

ee9© €<3i9i— 69. « — ^ I egQ99 ©^9IQ G©1«9 ©9t 

Samketa deba <^© <gj|^ SCh 0^9^ ©9*9 

^tC^^Cif^ll'l QOlQQi— 1. To give a token of 

e'^TcT^r identification to a messenger. 5 I 

Q^Q ©1^915? ^°S9© 2« €i^QSl 9€19l— 

2. To appoint or assign a place of 

meeting between lovers* ( ^ ~ 6© 8© 

SQ, ^9 m^ SI^^^Tq ! 6QQS^ q<69© 69 

qQQ^iQ I 9*di© I) 

0e©©@— 9». ?14- q' — GQ QoGQ© 91 0!Q OlS^l — 
gamketajna Conversant with signs or cyphers. 

9G9© @Q©— «*. 9«''(9«S9©+<a. cll^8©=<9l9.aiSL+ 
Samketa jSapaka ©^, ag) — q!69Q9 — 

(9<'€909§9I — ^1) Symbolicalj suggestive, 

[Q*>e9©oaQ— ^3 


Samketa dhwani A symbolical sound. 


Q^e©© eiQQi—GQ. ^— a©i ©m^oi^ ©sig 9iq91— 

Samketa paiba To get a hint or sign from 
>RC^^ «it«^ ^'^ m^\ another. 

€l*€©a ^l©H— g«. €) (51. 9-6©)— <■ I Oi© 9ai— 1. 
Samketa bSkya Cypher words. 5 I gio6©S)© 
9191—2, Symbolical expression, 

g'^GQ© gOfai©)— ^•. Q— eSQ SiQGQ'JQ 91 ©6©!?^9 

Samketa sthala(sthSna) Q*tQ q^ ^9€Q 9^© 

6991 OIq' 95*^ g© gqaiQaw— Place of 

assignment; a secret place of meeting 

by appointment; rendezvous* 

^•e©©i^--9*. 9 (fl*0. ea)— 691^3 s©© ©i 99j^© 

SamketSgni 0^§9©©I 9Q9IQIQ g©J»© ^9^'^ 

Beacon* 

€i*S9©iefii©— a**. 9 (?!. a. e©)— g^cge^ag ae©9— 

Samketaloka Beacon light; signal given by 
means of showing different lights, 

g^e©©©— q%9a (9"690+%9i6a. ©o)— ^ 1 9©- 

Samketita q^e©© — 1- Having made gestures 
or signs^ 5 I 9*69© ^IQ £191^©— 
2» Hinted^ expressed by signs. <*>! aQdl- 
eS 9ig e9(y®— 3. Suggested; under- 
stood by suggestion- 

gs©!©— a. ©. (qf^^+9q.yi^=qL5© 6991 4- Q9. a)^ 

Samkocha ^ | ^|© QQiaQ ak]^© 91 Q^^Q 
^qeo-lo— bos^q) acilQQ— 1. Contraction. $ \ 
^eaa — 2. Abridgemeot. w | ^<q|. 

e©l^^ ©I* ©Q9I9 9^0 9! 9^tg© 699IQ 
Plo9© 3931; ©9'l99-"2» Hesitation- 
V I ©%l€n©©lj ©%1— 4. Shyaess;mode9tyi 
sensitiveness. « I 99 99i€f ^69^ 
©I69Q 691Q 9^t 91© 691^ 69^ a©IQ 
fcJI9« ©^91 a9al— 6* Becoming crisp 
or wrinkled; shrivelling^ wrinkling-^ 
$> 1 ©§• ©i©*tq9'9Q9 a^SJi QQ6© g9!€l 9S?9I — 
6. Expressing a big sentence by a 
smaller one; expressing much in a 
smaller compass. ?> I as§^©; qatfl^ 
q5? €9IQ99I ©I 5© 691Q99I— 7. Closing 
up; the state of not being expanded 
or blown, r I ^©©— 8. Binding. ^ ( 
(6?9*l©) 9©r9J ©lerq©— 9- Saffron, ^.o I 
fla** 96€t9j" €1|C?0 qiS— 10- Ray fish> 


tert 


-^^•GQIQQ 


( 9flJ^ ) 


^^ 


(Raia Sankar). ^^ | eqd — H. Obstruc- 
tion; prevention. Giq^.^s^ — ^ I 3^© 3 — 
1, Contracted. 5 I qo^Q— 2. Closed. 
fe^'G^ QlQ ciQqQ gQir, 3£g(9 96fii€99 

Saiikochaka a <$! asj©© gq<!— Contracting} 
(ggiQg - §>a<310) causing contraction. 

(<jeQl©S?i— <3,1) 

Samkocha kariba i^^® q) Q^iesQ 69^1 — 

5i^C^B?P^ ^^g^TTsn 1. To hesitate (to do 

anything). ^ | {Qq\^^ Ol^ QQ^Ift) 

QO Q^Ql — 2. To feel shy ( of a matter), 

Samkocha twak ^ | a^QQ Gag^ a^SQ ©5? ^^ 

1, Skin which contracts; Paniculua 

Carnosus. 3 I ^3© ©^ — 2. Wrinkled 

skin. 

Samkochana e(S9!)+Q«?, ao)— t 1 ^°<i©S> 

(Q^Q^- ©ag©) ©€)?l; 9QS3'|©9Q^— 1. Act of 

contracting. ? | ©3 6flS 9^<^\— 

2. Compressing, • | qi^^; qj>^© OQQI — 

3. Act of closing up. 

Sainkochani SO + £l) — (e?QiQ)— OTI^ fil®lj 
Q®<ijft1 fiJQ]-— The mimosa creeper; 

Mimosa Pudica, 

Samkochaniya ft'GOl©*! (CQfi!) — Samkocbya 

(See). 

^•^Gft© 8^Q— g*. €), ( Q^2«i«) <sc?5i; »lcrq«i^ 

Ssinkocha pisuna Saffron- 

^GQiQ GQlEd ©QOI— €Q. -^ — t I GQ]^9 01* 0€?^l<8 

Samkocha bodha kariba ^^i G«|y QSi^l— 1* 

^i^C^lB C^«(^^1 To feel hesitation for doing 

^k\^ ?TT^ ^»^?n some thing. } \ fi|«i G^ld 

«Q9i3 q^q© G99I— ^2. To feel shy. 


CrG©l^(GO)Q3(— CQ' ^"'— <?G«l©9IQ SQSJ ^9 — 
Samkoeha(cbe)iba Causative of Samkochiba. 

QGQIQOI— €9. ^ («. 9**%©©) — «Sl^© G9<?1 — To be 
Samkochiba ashamed^ to feel delicate. 

^;f ft^ ^«?n [ €5— ag0-qe9§-oc>o*qQSi-Qq[ q^n 
^^TT^ ^?:fli 9*»s©i©efii I ©§)e* — qg-l© ] . 

€rS9€) G@QI — 6Q- «^*— ( ^**. ^°%9© ) fil«l6Q ^''i©© 
Samkochi hebS G'SQI — To shrink in shame. 

€rs«iol— Q«.^^,q.« (q°gwio+q©; ^qiA^O ^ I ^egi© ! 
Samkochi q^; go^©© — 1^ Contracted. > | 

Hesitating, «> | Q9^fl| «3. Shy. 

modest. 

gGQiOM-Qo ^^. ( gfl^+i^Q^di^+Q^Q )— t^-GQIGQ 

Samkocbya ©q^IQ Gi3jQl; a^Kj ©aCQ G^S 
(q*6©l©*i|-^l) ©qaiQQiGQ; Q-tJ©© G9«^lQ GQlGI'i — 
Fit to be compressed; compressible^ 
capable of being contracted, 
gGQlGH©|-qo p. (^^Q g^gQi) __^@ g^j^'gj q_^9G€193 \ 
Samkocbyata qq^ g^ g^i^ GQG©© ©9 sqiiasj 
©9GQGSI ©191 Gas G^iQQlO— (Physics) Com- 
pressibility of some polid things. I 

Samkrandana ^l^WIJ a©sqQQ — 1. Lamenta- 

(^WQ — SQI^q) tion; excessive weeping^ 

bewailing.— 5 I (95?^+ ^Q^fc)!^ 1^0, ^Q- 

6<qi*qQ; QQ— 2. Indra^ the king of 

Hindu Gods, 

«r^q-^Q*. p. (^c?^+«qd!^=QqO V€!9l+g9 21) ^ I 

Samkrama 9*qQj QflO — 1. Act of going; 

(QQq— aQ«(^g) walking. 5 I e^*Q — 2» Tra- 

[ 3'^lflO, 9'«i^, ^•^(^Og©— ©« ] veiling, 

<*> I QQ— ,3, Motion; movement, v | <9 

gift^ giOI^Gl^ QflO — ^. Act of moving 

from one place to another, » | (G9"f|©€() 

g?q|©£^Q <9 <^^^ s©*t qSf QQ'-S. 

(ABtrology) The passing of a placet 

from one zodiacal sign to another, 

9 I (6«1l©9) Q9 q<**fl^; q°«l^5 sdffQ 


^m^ 


( 9e?*> ) 


Q°sf^ 


?fi*l^€l QG9€1— 6. C Astrology) The 
passage of the sun from one sign to 
another* 9 I QQ'a'© €1©; Q\bB^ a®— 7 
Obscnicted motion » r \ 2i©^qj QISSQ^ 
@^|— 8. Passing by. q | ai€j€?^l; €}aQ 
6Q€^ 9«>1 — 9. Crossing over, vo | qq- 

10. Concurrence^ the state of being 
contemporaneous, vv I 31^—11. Receipt* 
gain; acquisition, t; | ( + ©€5^ a) (JQ- 
«1'©Q3 [geQS «i€JQiQ esN— 12. A bridge 
leading to a fort- ^*> 1 ggf^ e^^j €9|Cl — 
13. Bridge. W | G^faiQ-— 14. Steps, e* I 

(+Q*a) (GqciQ) <Q QH$oi^ ao^ qs9% 

£l$fla ©€39! — 15. Infection of desease 

(from one person to another) t^ \ Q|d- 

QltiQQ €^gii^ — 16. Resourcesj means 

adopted to attain some end. ^^i g©^9|,^; 

S©9H9I® — 17. State of being reflected^ 

(on water or glass etc). 

^^®qa— 9S§J (3fl+*q fcil^+g^. a€))— q-«g (G<?ci)— 

Samkramana Sadikrama ( See ) 

GQQ© ©I era a«QO— 9g?9 fl^lQQO^O I) 
^^« ^Q— Sl«.€3— ( gGQ<?q €11^ ) <30gfli^GQ a^qQGQ 
Ssmkrama swara €^qj^ gi9g.©JGQ 9*5^^1 ©C^Q 
(§ tft;Sgs)— The two kinds of breaths 
blowing at one and the same time 
through both thenostrils. (€$— ^q gQ 

q^Gai <G9 J <^:^ g«^:q ^q ^f goi qqi© i 

X X Q!0l,QQgGqQqi) 

Samkramita v | QSQePs:— 1. Caused to enter 
<a5^© into. ^ I ^^*^ cqsaiQ^QI— 2. 

aeia© (a<»"^^g Thrust into. ^ I ©g^Q'Gi— 3. 
9^1^© ) Engaged in^ devoted to. v 4 

glQi'gJQ cS®; giQI^Q©— 4. Removed; 

transfered from one place to another. 
* I Se^qT®— 5, Reflected. 

.qcegQ!-GQ. -ST ( ^<^^ ) — 9^!5699l5 Q1i8«»l— 
Samkramiba To spread; to pervade. 


«k»- 


Samkra(kri>kru) A name for calling 

Samkarshana. 

' q^^mQI - giG9. (qq,C4gQ) S^(q"- ^^^oq) — 9**^©© 
SamkrSiba QQQIj ©i^^l— To contract. 

[Qai— ^ ^"^IQ 9i<JGa Q9,=a€ai©^ 

Samkranta Q'Q^fli^; Q^ao'q — ( Qeil — q©> 

( q.^|^| — ^^1 ) g -^ii^ ©Qq, yoiy^i^ WIQ> 

q^^*^l§ «91Q)— 1- Relating to; apper 

taining toj concerning (any matter). 

5 I aei^q^J (q|3)— 2. (month) Having 

a samkranti related to it. [q^— Q^Q 

SQ^ gq^ G€lQqi9 ff^l^ CIC* 1 «§ 

ayqig Qi aQfli^ 9^1^ OG9i aai©^ 

^a^fliq'GQ fle;i§ o ai<i G * i 9i&— 

3. Attained; received, v | (^og a) 
^aiGlO (yOIO)5 G*1«^ Qi^ S>QEIGQ 91^ 
€(jiq^91 — 4. (Hindu law) (Property) 
Coming through some personj received 
throttghj inherited through. 

gSj^-e-« (Q^ljf^q^ 2aiq=aqQ QQ9l+^* ©) 
Samkranti e I «««q^— 1. Advance. > | 

(G«i!©€iief) fl^i*Q <i* ^^^ a«"* q^T? 

Q5!»; QQ <a<»*q^ — 2. The transition of 
the sun from one sign of the zodiac 
to another. « i ^^!Q— 3. Extension. 
V I Q*,!^''— 4. Overspreading; pervading; 
dififision, « I <?iOQ ^J®°^ ^^^^' ^^^* 
lai^GQ g a '<3» QS ^ ^^"^ ^Q'^i Q©OGQ— 
5. The minittesfc division of time at 
which the sun passes from one sign of 
zodiae to another. 9 I QQ^^Q— 6- 
Reflection. 9 I a^giSiQ 91^—7. Change 
of condition3 attainment of a different 
condition, r | Q©QQ^j ^^3 .«»l^»l— 
S. Feigning^ imposition. Q i QP ^»9q^ 

^q 9 The day of the transition 

of the Bun from one sign to another. 

[ 9— a«!^ Q9^<8 ^^ GQSGQ goao. 
€^9q'1 gSIq fli^Gj GaQ '50 sQi«i ci^oi 


9««l^ 


( 9«5W ) 


^91^ 


®€l§3 9% QgfleQ ««!#« 9QQ^*^1 eq?Q 

?!iQQ Qaq QQ eoi«% ct^»! ^Q^> Qai— 

<<fa 9!i"eQ ^••^ qiQQ Q©^I (G9lQ 
tvfinm giGiQ ^gg (egJQ a€ll9) AWQ «>ta 

g*^t^Q OiflQQ^ aQV^^^I fll^Q »lfl a^QlSQ 
(Sf aSQ d§i9°«i^ d§ fiiqQ aaq «i>»; «>§ 

a§> (Gala), ga© {a9i9), ©O"! (a^^») (^ 

g»(^ (^Q) (^ fjq (erq«) q'9\^^ '^^^bsa* 
g'^i^ 69IQ9K1 - I flQQ (qia) g»^i^4 

Gqs (G?€i!€i) <^m^^ 'fl*9i ^1951' ^'^IS 

G9N0[<] i 

Qft ftft oa^GQ sAs* Q°$q^ <3t9! 

a»5 aai— «. 1 qoi, 5 1 qoi^q, *> 1 ^rslj 
«9i^eQ ec^Q^q ^€> ©«6Q SI© «Q G9iq 

• q°^if>QO %\, G©» (^ aqaiQ ^leQi^ 1 9°«i9«i 

©9 <g» 1 qcas ggql 00 «»9i^ G^est 
©I91Q oiq ^q^ies^i' g<i 1 €5§ «?» 9^*i3^©i 

©i^i S^qGQ «?a^Q I 9QI — 


a^l §<i j 

oiq 96iL9o5ifi)i<ge€i ^t^^it^ a^ii, Qi^ai^, 

a?(ft aefi©^«5*^$ ^l^ a©<ft €is) <^Q5 * 
i ^€Ji^ «» ei!<j I 

■tt I a9l©€J «?€llQ «f«^lf> «! Q© Q^gi^— 

<i <?o Mftiao* Qi^i €$a9 <§<) I qi3i9- 

Q©g«l QG93 <€ -^^S ^fli^GQ 99©5f d 

<^^«ooiQ €^9^ I <igqqGQ g.lGaoqiGO 
aq^iQ Qs« go oj9!Q e^a^GQ qi©§> I 
QQSQ ^1 6 €J|«G) 91SQI9 eQiftI Gsio sq^ 

geS «Q% OI?>Q «90 GGifiH 39(5 €]© 

9 I a«r»Q Q^qIq q*'^!^ 01 QQ^f q°9^I^— 
< W GOTO GQ99©IQ 99 tQ^ I 
ri Q!@i'«Q 90©99 ^*»l^^— -C'SIQ aO"f 
©iq Q€$'9ll ^^^i i§^ I -O QO €t^ «l QIO 91 
9l6% 0^) QQ dl© G9G)GQ G3|€99l% 9<1 I 
9 Q*i ^^G) GCi€l% ^§ <Q9Q Qfi's «I9% 

aaT€»^q«Q a«oi^ a?<s ao aQH OQ^ I 
^ I qiQ'aQQ e^ Q'Vi^— 
t» I ge Q\^Q 9@al© q*«i^ 9\ y§ ff«^!§^ — 
<i 00 GQ9©i«* y^qcf G^a ^<j <<? 
dQaiaGTQaQf^ g^q a^^^ '^o I 

t^ [ qiQ q|3Q ei^q<^«> ^^oj^— <i§ <?» 

QQ Qiga Qi Qqiat<3 <<]G> OQ^iai? 6 qq^9^ 
^5 1 erq.«Q ^aoiQ*?.!^— 


991^ Q 


( 9^y* ) 


3^iq«- 


?iig 9°;? i?36Q ^IflisQ qj?<aQef q^-'Ioi^j v 
m "Tq^io ^°g i^ q«i (c§ qg^)— pa© 

©q"^ era qio q^qio i 

?> I ClfipO q°5lg) §©— flCr09IQ QO 9°«l^ 

SattikrSnti cbakra CL^^Q Stag Qa^ie^© 

(q*0,l^ e^S — aoi^a) QqgiQ ©© — (Astrology) 
A figure of man, in tbe different limbs 
of which tbe 27 asterisms are placed 
and from which the good or evil of 
persons born under particular asterisms 
(daring the coming month) is predicted. 


a^QQ ©qcu aaG€! a^ig®'?'^ Q*®® G®*!!©?- 
©CD, oe^ ^5 ©@Q Gi3€f aaGQ aio, gq^ 

qO«"-fQ ©0^0 ©Q^ ^^^Q a« Q<i} §<3 I' 

?iiaS GSSif os^GQ ©o^, ©aaQ«?^l OQ^- 
Ol^ aQ';^ ©Q -^5> ©99*^ ^9 o^SQ Q€il- 
«Gfl qg©i«?GQ Gfii^ er;=> ©lif^fft $<] I 

a^QQ €i©Qa aQGQ ^ftTGoeT© ©qai<i i 

€^©!9Q^q^9-^^l9t© ^'©igGS €)^ ^m<^' 

(^©9@)<j ©fttfiii I a©<© £^9 §S?® 
qggGQ 9t ©9S* (^m^m9\f^\n^ qeic^ *t 

(^€'€\ <^^QQ '^ (^9Kn^Q), ©iq 99GQ «? 

©iq 9IQG<5 •*? (591->S>ie) GQ^ Ge'<I©8QI^- 

qe© a'QS*!^©!? g§©; Qdi — q^G© q99©i, 
QGei as ©I, fQG9 fe'QQ^, ©a tf^Gg aa^sif, 
©iq 9G^ *5«a, Q@*a QlG© qfii, ©iq qg© 

e«l§ QQO — Q*. © -q§9tQ ©lo©Q m 6 oaeicgiGSi 
Samkranti chalana geNe-Q q.^ ©) ag^©go 
Q^s^q^ (<!9i Q»^l^©^ si^Ql^ ag ae@) — 
(■a^^l^ ©a©l — G©9©^9) Auspicious or in- 

auspicious transition of tbe sun i[as far 
as a person is concerned)* [ <5— go^i^ 
Qfio aqsi e©6©^ aa*io 9°^!^oqgq ^© 

©^ ©3^© a©3l©Q eTQ G©<1I3S£11% a©(aiG© 

a^^g©© Gi?Gift aaQ oie^s© gs^s^ 

©fiGQ 9 l©3 ^^.'^^ ©9 (S G9lfl©©l«? ©Gfi(^ 

d — 

a€l© 9-© ©fQKJ t] 

cteifl— a°« © (Qq,+^q^di§+^©*a)— q°^q (g©si) 

Samkrama Samkrama. (See) 

(g^iq— a©*t^8) 
5t«i«9— ^% ©^ igq^+«q^. til^=ciq© ©€i©H-©|. 

Samkramaka ao) — ? | ©i|9Q — 1, Spreading. 
5 I ^"^Q© — 2. DifEused^ pervading. «n i 

(Q'^tfl'©}— ^1) q-^qalo; ©©ala— 3, Full of 

transition) transitory, » j ^g gl©GQ 

gG©€l©IQ© ©a (GqQ)— 4. Contagious, 

infectious (disease). 


Q"»9iqO0l 


( 9^39 ) 


Q^efli^ 


Sanikraiiiakat5(twa) GQQ <9 Q*<90!^ 

©*i9^^e% 9<^ — Contagiousness oi a 

disease. 

e@ic© gqa(Qsiy)— qo. 0- q^' ^qcij gqssT e^a 

Samkfafflakafoga(byadhi) eQQlO qo^a'^IQ 
Q^t^it^Q^ Q'^ge) oeQ -^Infectious or 

contagious disease. 

Samkramana Samkrama. (See) 

€r@rP.Q - €Q. e« (Q*, Ql»«|q O)— Qr^lf O (GQCi) 
Samkramika Samkramika. (See) 

Samkramita g»^q*© (GQSl) — Samkramita. 
(q'^lcf-Sl — -^1) (See) 

<cf«iF!ei|(9) — g*. Q ( g^'^ifl Q^+©i, § )— q'^^iflooi 

Samkramita(twa) ( gqsi ) — Samkramakata. 

(See) 
^^'©Q-gi. Q (a^)— q^-sa^^i {€Q«i) 

Samkritana Samklrttana. (See) 

Samlsleda a)— aQ ©[^Dampness, 

Samkshaya 1. Ruidj destruction. } | 2«i^— 
[qi?^— aOf^g] 2. Dissolutioa. «» | gq ft©Oi€l — 

3. Eradieation- 

^"§9— g*. Qsi ( qq^=<ig^ + Qa yi®=efla« 

Samkshipta ^iQfflH-QSS'. ©) — 1 QQ^QS ^a^; 

[ «Q*^9-"a(3MQa ] $^©"^^1. Thrown about. 

(g'^agi— ^1) scattered, j \ q«qj©©— 2. Con- 

£^•€98—©] tracted. «> j gfi^l;}© — 3. Concise; 
condensed; abridged; compressed, « ' 
«•©©-" 4. Gathered; stored up, « i 
%**©«©; -CV^I^Q—S* Accumulated; com- 
piled. 5> I aQ©«IO— 6. Abandoned} 
relinqniBhed; deserted. ^ | qg© — 
7. Received; obtained, r I as© ogaiQ- 
gpi; 9iyiQ 9— 8. Obstructed; hindered. 

Samkshipta sira q@gq <i| C«'5*!Q )— QI^IQ 
qiq»€l q«S9 ogQiqaS—HaYing the 
parts abridged or condenBed. 9"— ^q- 


The title of a Sanskrit Grammar by 

Kramadiswara* 

Samksbiptat-samkshipta g^ifg) — £10 90^9 — 
Very much abridged or concise. 

€(''fclqQi^ -q**. ©SI (3q^+e", i*i^««i^ qiciqiH-©5Jv 

Sgmksbiyamana a©)— gq giQiqifii^ QI91 ©(^ 
I 'aeli^?^'^— ^O^Oal aifi^ag — Decaying. 

[q'alqai^i— ^1] 
^•g© ~-q». §® (gq +s e. yi^+«§ ©) — «^! 9^®© — 

Samksbubdha 1. Caused to move. J\ ©GQ®0 — 
[ qg;^ — a^fga ] 2. Agitated. V I a^Q — 
[gc(3^,_^^-] 3^ Troubled. 

Samkshepa t | q»6©l©— 1. Contraction, ^ | 

[qSffa— aO*iqa ] «Qi1©Q« — 2. Abridgement; 
condensing, «^ I q^fl 9 ^4©— 3. Con- 
densed description. ^' I G;5l,©-»4. Ab- 
stract; compendiun, gQ. ^^l-'— q*'^5 — 

Concise. 

«I-€S99-^; ©^ (^^.+90^?^l^ + eS- 30)— ^''€010© 
Samkebepaka ^Contracting; condensing. © — 

(q^GSQ©!-^!) GQ G©!«I BSq<$ S'fe^^eQ — 

One who abridges^ 

Samkshepana ©Q^; oq© ©€J9i— Abridging^; 

(q«9"5 — ^^) condetising. 

€loGeQ98 — 3. ^- ©^ — ( q'Gsa -f ©q ) — q^sTg 

Sadakshepatab QQGQ — In a condensed manner; 

concisely. 

g'^Ssa'Oi — GO- (QQH) ^— q'a'^ OQOI — To condense; 

Samkshepiba to make concise. (^ — q§^£? OGd 

3i?c^»f ^T e^iQGSi 1 q°Gs§ 999©se«-c«ftia. 

^■%<I «^T Q99© I ) 

g*GSlfil-3. ^ ( ^9,+ 0€^, d!^=SQ,G^©l + g©. a) — 
S likshobha ^ i ^iS^^f — 1. Disturbance; 

fickleness. > I ag*©©! — 2. Restlessness; 

instability. *> ! qo^lgCi*! — S. Caprice; 
{q"Sff l€^— a©«iqa) unsteadiness; mental agita_ 
(q'fl^©^y, q^'GiaieiO— «s) tion. -« l a@^— 4. The 

daring of a person to oomb a*; »1 TOglQ; 

a© Gfll^-^ 5. Mental affliction; perturba- 


'■g»ei 


( 9«59 ) 


q^«iIO 


tion. ^\ Q*? — 6. Arrogancej egotism. 9 \ 
Q^O^QOI— 7. The state of being alarmed. 

Samkha (etc) Sankha etc ( See ) 

g^€i@i— QiSQ. { ^-^Q ) 9 6 ^^ — acr^i ( gqq ) 

• Samkbarda Sankbaxda ( See ) 

Saiiikhalana Sankbaiana ( See ) 

g«€lQl— €Q' ^— q^Ol { 6Q« ) 

Samkbaja Sanbhala ( - ee ) 

Samkba ( etc ) Sankha etc ( See ) 

Samkhamutba Sankbamutha ( See ) 

Samkbaii Sankhaii { See ) 

Samkbua Sankhua ( See ) 

Saiikhur^i (etc) Sankburdi etc ( See ) 

g^Gi€J~@t-Q 6©^— gfir;Q'(GQ^ ) 

Samkhuri Sankbnri ( See ) 

?I='€[(G€lOfiSI— €Q. ^- gtf^QI ( GQCl) 

Samkbu(kho)la Sankbula ( See ) 

^ Saiikhya a^QQ^l. S)— jg_<5: Ggiq — Battle; 

fight; contest, 
( <asf^— ao^^g ) 

Samkhyaka q^ Q9iQ «q» ig^^ e9GQ a"*^*! «IQIQ 

iilQe) QGQj aeii— 9'g gsiio^ ao, geit^e )— 
^l^eiliq^ — 1. Numbered; numbering^ 
> I flit®; oai 0!Q?!S>t — 2. Counted; 
numbered^ *>'! ^^"3^ — 3. Countable; 
which can be counted. 

Samkhya ^1, a ) — tl^fllQ; Gl«»l; QS© — 
{ eei*i|© — ^g)) 1. Counting; calculation; recko- 

2. Consideration; deliberation. «> | 

( Qif« jgajao- ( ?,->,•> "s aq» )— 

3. { arithmetic ) Number; notation. 


4. A nunaber arrived at after counting. 
♦ I G^tfi?99^^Q 3Q^— 5. Inrestigation. 

[ Q^ — 09 aa^iois^ ^qai Q€iq« 9^ G^iQ- 

GQIfO Gfll© flSG) Q^GQ 9aqG^I@9 e^i^h 
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sai — 

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a^H* qsu* sg^*' o Q^fx^iMi SGaiSiQq^ 1 

^36Q GGlIf <I a Q-i 69i€I 96«l «-» ( QS) ), 

q^% ^t^'fGQGSi ^o* ( €)«> Ql a-S* ), QSQIf 

, Q^'*GQ6«a «»■»»( q^^^ ^l 9©IQ ) G9^ ' 

<§)9€J ^^f.€i01GQ tooo^ooooooooonooo 

«sq Q€iQG^i®Q esTS, ©gbI^, qiq, q^iqiQ 

d QIC QeiPI QQ^ -0^ 0|COi€^ e€1M 9Q, 
GQIQ 9<$^ I] GQ. 9^ (?. 3*fii**, ^eit©) — 
ffst^iq^ — Numbered;. ( Q — g<3ig^ 

geini GPiQ gieq 1 ^igie^ ©q?> ^Qsq— 
<^9Q/ Ggqagiq©!) [ q^— 3iti(Q^ (G43G* 

«e»"ii', ^€l€i ^ei«i©', q^a^ ^«if» 91OGQ 'a^ 
^•^^i% '^QS'i^ ^''sni^ <!<? o^aQ ''Q9 g^ei*!!', 
'GOif ^'eV (S 'ci^ q»eiHi' sqaiq qhq^iq 
9S)^ I 3 GO. $— (q5>9 qiiCTiqa- g«»§© 

QqWIQCI— An order of Drill— ^Numbar'. 

g°€lHl QQQl^GQ, «" ( 9°. qq + «il d|^ ) — g^Q 

SamkhyS karibft OQ^i; QeiQi; gq|€j OQQi— 

^l^^Jt ^?rt ^'^^ «Tm To count; to 

reckon. 

€I'^€iMl-^Q^-€WI^— GQ. ©— ^QV qdisiiiqc? g-^^Si @(a^ 

Sathkhya-cbar-gap gq,©1i^ 5IGQa ^3» — 

A term of drill; By fours in 

number 

Samkbyata g«eiM; og®— .1. '"ojiu-ed. $ \ 

( q*«i|®l— ^1 ) ^q^O — 2. Considered. 

^ I Q«i|®; a^^ — 3, Celebrated; 

famous. 


«««<»l «jq-Q«^ 


( ^^r ) 


^^ci©* 


Samkhya-dui-gan ^^.©H ^^'^^ QOQ— 

A term of drill ^'By twos-number" 

SamkhySna q^Q qq^j— 1. Counting. 5 I 
(ga^lO— aQ<1^9) «•«•' l - 2. Number. 

SamkhySpana(na) ^^ aoj+^l SI ^— 

1« Ascertainment of the number. 
^ I €K9^Q«; 391©Q^ — 2» Ascertainment; 

atteatation, 

Samkbjaban ^ ^qi IQ )— ^ I Q^^^— 

[^•ei*<IQg— ^1] 1. ^ learned man. 9 I Qle 

0«i^ — 2 A wise man. ©«. Qo — ^ I gig- 

1. Wiae. ? I ^iq-— 2. Learned. 

Samkhyabid §9; «°Sfll$Q^ €10 ??il ^<5>)— 

^i^ — 1. Arithmetician J mathematician. 
J I @^0 — 2. Learned man, 

g^iMi ^Q^K^^Oj^tig)— ^v 9— aG> «i^ a« © ana— 

Satnlihya bidya( bijHana,sSstra ) Arithmetic; 
mathematicSj the science of 

numbers. 

Samkhya betta «|*»«116Q9! «Q, «.fll tQ)— 

(q'«<ii69^ 1— %1) g'Sl'd^^lS* (eQ«)— SamkhyabSn 

(See) 

Q^eiHlQQ^ 9'aOiq— a*. ©— (atj^© Q£^\Q) €«996Q 
Samkbya laghishtha Bamprad§ya 6©^ 

aOI «99li^fllOi? 3^M H69QI Ofl^ — 

Minority community of a 

country. 

Samkhyeya q^m— Countable; which can 

(eC^^iqi— ^1) ^e counted. > | ^<^*)|69l€li — 

2* Numerable; calculable, 

Samga (etc) Sacga etc (See) 

Satigarda Sangarda (See) 


-Samgargiba Sangardiba (See) 

gg@©l — go. ^ (gq+Qs^. fcii^=asei qqqi4-0Q^' 
Samganita Q©+q1. a )— soafl ©eaia©ao — 
[golT©I — aQfoa] Unparalleled conversation. 

goo— g'. ««! (Q9.+Giq* tii^+^t* ©)-t. i ^ag^;: 

Samgata ^^9©; e^©© —1. Suite ble; fit; 

[^U©— aOf^g] proper, j l Qgag— ?. Adequ- 

( ^ff©l— ^1 ) ate; appropriate. ^ 1 q9^9i 

eol^^i — S, Reasonable. v I aa"«i©J' 

^Q©_4 United. [€$— QOSq ^QCq^l^f* 

€PIQ q©, Gfll 9I€ieQ a9a G9!Qe^ ^'C!© I 

5. tToJnedj attached, 9 I fl'Q^J g'^©- 
q^.^6^ Connected; related. 9 I ^Isl©- 
o© — 7- Interviewed} met with, r | 9§ 
91 g^QQ^es q'a©— 8. Associated or 
met as friends, Q I 5"©S; <]©9l^© — 
9. Collected; accumulated. 9.0 | g^Qiq 
Q! ?aq 9IQ BQ^Q SScr q ©© — lO. Joined 
to each other in coition. [^—^€9 69^1 

^I'Ql© 1] ^^ i ^^ — "JLl- Seen; viewed,^) — 
(^«»» «) — «=• I 9d©l -1. Fi'iendship^ 5 | 
G3l5>l©' — ^' Close friendship; intimacy, 
^p , ^QQ_3. JuoctioD, IS I a^GQig — 
4. Conjunction. * I S9€>€i^— ^- Compa- 
nionship. [ Q — 9^1 qjii ©l'3>!Q' ?lO©e€J 
Qe« I ^J^^''^* q-^l^Q©- ^^ 1} ^ I (69*il©€l) 

6^ (aBtrology) The conjunction of 
planets; a position of planets in 
parallel lines. 9 I (q°€il9) Ql©, 91Q*'j ^Q 
(^ Oia© qa©— 7. (Music) Harmony 
produced by the combination of song, 
music, tunes and sympb ony. €©• 9— 

Tfv^ t I feiqi©ci?Q y^ooiei' 6©o9 «;>i Q<a^ 

^"im 3G%OQ-" 1- A religious meeting cf the 

Sikhs. [ ©— ^isqiflO'Q gigi^© 91 
aia© ti^g9Gri€©©©iej <?^eiao(j w 
^©6QiQiai<ii] QI6Q. (9i©9.Q)- ©—^i*;^ 
aft gi©Q €©!«§ d^Qft^l eo«qi«*c?Q 

Wj^ Ctl^lGQOQief a^^© Qq— A meeting. 


9*>G|0 0Q9i 


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convened for discussion of religious 
topics amongst people hailing from 
difierent localities and professing a 

particular religion, 

«l'€l© QQQI— SQ. ^— ^ I Gilo 9ecr Ci|Q(5 q^OIQ Ol« 

Samgata kariba S^QIGQ e|9l QdlQQj— 1. To 

1?9t®^^ keep time with a song by inusio.(e» g 

«*n?r ^^^t by beating a drum) > \ -<JQ§ ^9 a^ 

g'Q^GQ aSQOQ! «iQ«i| — 2, To discuss 

religious matters in company, 

Samgata l^arana Reasonable cause or ground- 
Samgata sabha «6^ft©— ^ religious gathering. 

Samgati 1. Union^ naeeting^ junction. ( g^ — 

QQl<a I) > i qfis — 2. Mining up; mixture. 

3, Society^ iutereourse. [ ^ — a^l «tlfl 
9Q& i^Q l^Q'iQa q^€Q €^91^9 fi®9 

eai I gpq^S. q<»«l©. i ] « i 

q|<50^— 4. Association; companion- 
ship. X I qogg — 5. Co-habitationJ 
contact. 9 | q^G^Q^ Q©; GS^qft — 6. Coi- 
tion; sexual intercourse. [ ^ — 69€I'»i 

q*ct© 9ic}€s^ ^99 q°g, «?qq ^ ^'Siqtcsi 9i^ 
qi'^i^g I OS. e^6Q^a9=ii^ ) ] 9 > 

eSiai©t; aqSi|~7. Competeucej fitness. 
r I e**©i^ — 8, storing up. ^ I 09 — 
9. Knowledge* to i e«>ia— 10. Under- 
standing, n.?. I wQ^Q SIS*?''; ^"ai^— 

11. A person*a means or competence^ 
easy worldly circumstanoes. ^3 I €J9- 
€iaiQ©l— 12. Appropriateness; applica- 
bility. K^ I eaifll*— 13- Collection of 
materials; preparation. <^ I ^""^^ — 
14. Relationship; connection, t» i Q^'ias 
q%i«-15. Correlation, 1^ 1 §»©©*>— 
16, Propriety- 19 I siqsgt— 17. Consi- 


stency; congruity. tr I 3*9^; q€QI€l— ' 
18. Opportunity. t,e I (Qi|i^€«%) a«<^Q 
^q^^l© — 19. (Logic) Sequence in con- 
versation or argument* -*• 1 (Qf|i^€i!^) 
geilQ aQCr — 20, ( Logic ) Connection 
of a topic; course of talk; logical sequ- 
ence of a discourse or subjet. sq. ^™ 

QiQ'^.iQ <a9 «Cfl© «!ft— 2* Singing 
of songs accompanied with music, 
• I qcrl— 3- Companion. \^ — eSiQes^ 

Samgati kariba Htc with, 5 I awi^ 9QQI 
5^^^^^ 2. To cohabit to. 

Sam^atipanna % \ awiq© g&Q a^aiq^g— 

(q-aeq^^afiii, q«€iQ«iifiA— aoi^a) i. Weli-to-do; 
(s«aaa«!^ q*q©q*Q»i; g»Gt©«ia<3— ^1) (»ian) of 
(q*'a©g»aa©!, q«a©9!©®l— ©) easy circumst- 
ances. ^ I aq^2.AflFlnent; rich. 

Samgati bihina go— Very poor; of straiten- 
(Q'Qa'aQj ia'€l©€l<>'', q*a9Q§©— aQ*l%fl) ^d cir- 

g-OQO^ft, g^Q^i^l, 7_ai c««istanoes of 


Samgati sadhaka Causing or bringing out 
(q-QQftia©!— ^1) {^aagld« -©) ^Samgati'. 

g'^QS©— eo- ^* ^' ^ a- — ^^creQ (€«>«)— 

Samgate Sangate (See) 

Samgaba Sangaba (See) 

Samgama(etc) Sangama etc (See) 

Samgara Sangara (See) 

g»ai{Q©M«)— €Q. ^.— 9cr! Q®*«1<> (6Q«)— 
iSamga(etc) Sang a etc. (See) 


90Q Q9i 


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Samga^^e, go)iba ' S^ngaiLa (See) 

Samgardi Sang-rdi (S.^e) 

^^ai^lQOII*)— eQ. «— ^ICFl© Q®**!*? (GQSl) — 
Samgata(etc) Sangata etc (See) 

Samgatunl Sangatuni (See) 

Q%®(©i)— «'. 6gq. ^. g°— wo(ci) (SQa)— 

Samaita(ta) S^ngits(tS) (See> 

^•a«jQ©Mi©) — e^SQ. ©. 6 Q^— Qao w*iQ (6Q«) 

Sariigin{ bo) Sangin etc (See) 

Samginl Sangini (See) 

«|**cr<?l— 6Q. « — 9Cr<M (eQ«)— 
Sam^iba SangibS (See) 

ti'o'Qfli^" — Q«- ^«i. q** -gociqi^ (gq«) — 

Ssm^irmina Sangiramaaa (See) 

Samgi ^ Sangi (See) 

Samgita o ©t qiqm q90|SQ ftlo— 1. Sung 
io accompaniment with dance and 
music, 5 I 9qiP^ g©ieQ cil«— 2. ?aag 
in chorus; wall sung (3ong). g**. P. — 
( +^9 ©) t I ^-^gaS) aiQ— 1. Chorus; 
ch .r 1 soog» 5 I 6^^9'^Qi 63^4*^ '»^«'« 
q1© <S ^IQ»*f — 2. Conoertj music consist- 
ing of dancing, singing and playing 
on musical instruments. (o — §«jqi;?Gf 

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•complete accordance of time^tune^metric 
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Samgita kariba 6Q!^QI — 1. To sing songs to 
TR^'® ^^ the Bccompaniment of music and 
^•iftcr^tiit dance. 5 I fio1»> 6;©©l ©Q9I — ' 

2^ To compose songs, 

Samgita kalajbidja) The art ol singingj the 

musical art. 

Sflfiigita guru Music master^ teacher ^ ol 

Sangita- 

Samgita obarcbohit CultiTation ""of Toca] 

music. 


Sarau':ajna QiQCfQ— Proficient or versed in 
( 3w1 ^!--%l ) music and song, 

g €!'o ©Qa--^- «-es1o Q9g ( gqs ) 

S ra^ita taranga Samgita laharl (See) 

ClfiM© ©!© — ?. 9 ( 9^ ©C;^) — 7Ql9 9919 ( 6^«1 ) 
S in ita tana Samgita prababa ( Sae ) 

^"61© © Q-<?- P ( ^^1 C© )— ^QlQGw ©lO Q! g51i^ 
Samgita taja @i99 gQ — The measure of a 

song* 

Samgita darpana *«!«6Q (Sl^ Q^QSI 9©IQl€i 

aQt eiQSQ) (S&a QiG^iQa ^^^' QQ©a 

^fl*'? ^QQ ^€!Ht) — Title of a Sanscrit 
treatise on Hindu music. 

bamgita damodara g«l© §2— Title of a 
treatise on Hindu music by Subhankara. 

g^Gf© fcl©— ^» 9— (^1 ©©^)^-m1s>5 €15> — The 

Sairmita dhwani sound of vocal music or 

singing. 

Samgita nirnnaya ©SQ9— Title of a book on 
Hindu music, composed by Bira- 

narSyana 

gQl©QQ-GQ. ^,— GQIfqSj OO'tq'? g^Cll® QIQ©! 
Samgita pila Qio©— A dancing boy singing 
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bathglta prabaha 69JQ8«?I g°ol© — Flow of 

musical singing, 

Samgita priya g»alOIQqol — Fond ot vocal 

music; philo-musical. 

q*QlR^Q-^«*? €?fi|. g, — ( q^alo-f^jQ^al^-j-C^Sta- 
(q'^loeoi^— aOT^a) versed in music & songs. 


g°€i1© 9Q*i| — q%^f— g*€ili» ^Qi^© g€i^5)i 91 *©i — 

Saiigita bidya TLe art of singing with 

musicj the art of vocal music. 

?t°Ql© €>5IQQ— 9. s:)^. g.— (5«fl©©) a«G)l© wmgq 

S .in^ita biearada QiQQq— -Versed in the art 

(qoab ©€1'QQI — '%1) of singing, 

So'© QOO(Q©1^oO — ^- €3^ <S ^* q — GQ 9*al© QOO' 
yatti_ita rachakaCracbayita) ©GQj Q'CiloQ Q& 

— ^The composer of a song^ 

g^Q© Q©9 ©I) -'^•. P— (^^1-=©)— ^««19 GiaifQl— 
S m ita rach3na(n8) Composition of songs. 

g-dl© Q©©Q— ff- ^ — €JcrGQ©fi? ^QQ© @g> q°«l©. 
J} ^ 

S.nii^ita ratnakara gg ©e€I9 — The title of 

a work on Hindu songs by Sarangadeba. 

9°€f© q^IQqI - », p.— -sQ^i 9GjQ©^» g-gb gg- 

Samgita ratnabaji 0G€19— The title of a 
work on Hindu son^s by Hari Bhatta. 

t^amgltarS qeeiiai^ ^esiQ— A title bestowed 

on expert singers by R5j5s 

Samgita raga The tune of a song. 

[ Q — gci gsi^l ©e« &l©i e^Qei ] 

fgojio gc^l — aQf^a) Rsga ra^inl (See) 

g°a© qaflgjoi— a.^»— -^sj^^ir ^q©© §Q^goais§jgqg 

Samgita rSgamSlika gg g,6Qg — The title of 
a work on Hindu songs by Hari BKat^a 

g°€il© Qg»q ©Qo-)— «. P. (^^^Q©)— ^•«1©Q spi<$; 

Samgita lahari(taranga) g^^^g qq QQiCfi qq 

Continuous flow of songs accompanied 

with music 

trol© m—^"' «>— 1 1 g'oi© ^91^0 sg^ GiaQ sii^gq 

Satn-ita Saatra Q|©,9|Q«i <i Q^©ia ^5Q«qi;?qq*i©^ 
^Ga aeq©© e9IC|0i<J— 1. The science 
of music. J I o^Ot «'i©©iQ'<Q €H'^— 2.The 
science dealing with dancing, singing 
and music, [^— <3^| eo©3r ©IPtOJltCQ 
©^^61 I «QI— S^'Sfl^Q^ QQ©, «^^qi© 

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Samgica sagara a"©]® — Music or song 

compared to the sea in its vastness, 

SQ. €?.— gdH QIGQIQQ eioqg^ qijas 9 

«i«l 6§ia g QlO q'-ls ag'tfi 5,50- Six books 

containing a collection of well-known 

Oriya songs compiled by the late 

Dftmodara Pattanayaka. 

Q»€il^ ^iiiOQ— qs ^1 — 9"^<^gi» QSiQ® ®o^ q*al9 

SamgiCa suohakara ^a^g Qg —The title of a 

work on Hindu songs by Simba 

Bhtipala. 

Sam^itaobarjya Music masttri professor of 

iQUsic« 

Samgitanuraga Love for vocal music. 

q:Ql<9i^Q€il— «'. ©^* ^" (9^1 «>© )— 3'9ls> €11% *i 

Samgitanuragi q-qV ^'^'^l 9«» S<^!q§— Fond 
(^•qIo @^c^1 — ^1; of or attached to vocal musioj 

philo-musical. 

Samgiti (eQ«) — 1. Samgita. iSee) 3 | aaiaj 

( qcrl®— afl^'QQ ) ©eeiiagsift — 2. Conversation^ 

discourse, • | OC^Q a«li Q6«€l— 3. A 

branch of the Tantras. 

Samglrnna QSS©; aal^Q — Promised. 

S»rilgtipta «., I i^9l!^0^1. Concealed; hidden. 

(^cr^— a»*)^a) 5 l qQfiS^S. Well protected^ 

c^rciully guardedjjyatched well. 


Sdihgupti (GQ5i) — 1. Samaopana, (See) 9 I (^991 
a^gi— 2. The state of being hidden. 

Sdmsur^a ill g'q^ (SQ®)— 1. ^ 'mg^P'^. (^^e 

2. Well covered. ^ \ ^€^1^0 -3. Heaped 
1 p; piled up. 0- i 3g»©— 4. Collected^ 

compiled 

S^mktuhita 1, Collected^ gathered up. 5 I 
(g,g<g©_«ft*'^a) e«Q© — 2, Compiled. 

Sam^e (etc) S^.msje etc. (See) 

^5QQ GQQi— 91GQ. (©q^Q) « — ^saci e<q»9i (eQsi) 

^amgei deba Sam^ei deba, (See) 

€l°6€ta — S'^. ^. 9® (SQi)— 3€a^ v6Q5i) 

Sathgena S m^ena. (See) 

g^S€i g^a-aiGQ- a (^^^'^ qai)— aecr 9cr^ (gq«) 

Samge samg Sange san?. (See) 

g^Geiiao— ^. 9^. 1° {^fl,+q.Q. yi^+<?t, ao) — 

Samgopaka i | ^Gfliaoi^iQl — 1- Conoealingi 
(q€Q19Q — aOI^Q) hiding. 5 | «S3«|Q(qi- — 
[q^QltQI— ^1] 2. Guarding; protecting. 

g-eQl€l9— a'. (^CJ + SCIiaQ )- » I QqiQ^SQ 

Sdthgopana fi^CJQQI — 1, Careful concealment. 

> I gqiC QS^— 2. Guarding. 

protecting. 

^•g@— g-. Q (qq^=^si*i©^, <!«»«, 9fl^9+9?. yi®== 
S mgraha g^a ©QWI+Q^. a)— «. I ©9"^ 

[g'q*aO— ^a] 1. Gathering of things scattered 
about. ^ 1 ecil»lQ9i; a$QQ-2, Collect- 
ing, ao I q*OQ«>— 3. Compiling; .^blend- 
ing; addition. •« 1 eQJSQl; ©qo— 4. Plu- 
cking' ♦ \ a-Gaa— 5. Abridgement; 
condensing. 9 \ a-^s^— 6. Storing, $> | 

gqoqs q«1<i?QQ; €*<?! ©^^t— 7. Heaping 
up; piling up, r | g^OOt^S. Height. 
^ I QS^.Q^fl— 9. A great endeavour, 
Ao I as^Oft^lO. Embrace. ^^ lsq%*<^- 
—11. Closing of the fistclenching of 
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Q€) -a© SQSQ g^S^^lfl© «>Q9I— 12, Com- 
pilatioDi compiling | of passages or 
articles from different sources and 
putting them at one place. ft«* I 

( +aaQQ^. «0 ) Q*II®€1^ 22^599 — 
13. Title oi a Sanscrit grammatical 
compilatioa. tv I 09^ — 14^. Accep- 
tance. [€i— c©^9Q oic;^ cieq ^•3'$ ^qC^ 

goG@ «€J9I— eo. ^— «. I <9Q ©Q^l— 1. To col* 
Samgraha karibS leot; to gather. «> i g»Oa<» 
'I^'Sn? ^^1 g"!!?: ^^^ QQQI— 2. To compile, 

g°€i99iq|(Q)- a^ ^^- a^' (^«S9+9- ^i^+ ®l, ^'^.^ 

Samgrahakari(ra) ?.qi. "19; + Q|). a) — G9 ecil$l<3 

(Q-g^QlQ^l— ql) ^I'C©^ Qga— Gathering; coL 

lecting. ^ — <!©^ QQ9I 9^9; q^^^Qi^S)! — 

CoiHpiler; collector; gatherer, 

Samgraha grantha g^gSQ OIOI giO^, g*'q^© 
©QSCIIQ ai< — Compendium; compila- 
tion. 

Samgrahana (eQSl) — 1. Samgraha. (See) 9 I 
gog9 qjq^lQI^— i2, The act of collect- 
ing or compiling, 

€i^g!9«(l— «. ^ ( Qci^+«i? yi^+«Q« ;ao+%1 fij ) 

SamgrahanI t I g^al 6^9—1. Chronic dysent- 

ai*^1 €$Qgfl% aaaiQ — 2. An acute 

form of diarrhoea; chronic diarrhoea. 

*» I ^99 (eQS) — 3. Samgraha 

(See) 

€I°S9iedls^— «- 0—32^ SQ^ G^SI* aalls^eS! « ^ ^9^ 
Samgrahadhjaya (S G®6® 6€ll« £12, Sg \«G€3 

The index chapter of a book; the 

chapter of a book dealing with the 

contents of the successive chapters. 

g<'g?QI— GQ- ■$ (9©*<)— ^'99 ©€3QI — To collect 

Samgrahiba [€^—^€6 eSfl QlQQISQ ^g^Q 90l 


Samgrahita to) — ^g9?i|gi — CoUeotiog; com* 
(33SI«1— ^1) piling- Q— ag^Of^ ^"t^— Col- 
lector; compiler, 

^i^giq-e. $— (qq^+giq, yis=q*?«€?9i+^^ a)— 

Samgrama qaQj q.<9; 99? — Piglet; battle; con- 
{^ff iq — s»i^a) test; war. 

Samwrama kshetra Field of battle. 

^'Siiq a*@ -qo. Q (g-aiqsQ ^iq© qs9; qwa^sQal) 

Samgrama pa-Jaha Qtfl©©®i; 9Q(?|0— Battle - 

drum. 
Q^giqgq— g^*. $^. g» (^g^^)— g.^gC^— War- 
Samgrama priya like; fond of fighting; martial. 
(^«£!iqa"i^! —^1) (q*giqg"s^si —^) 

g'gifi^"9-*6Q. «» (oiq) q©g_Qioi a^a^Q ©gqiqq 

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Sariigraha (gQei)— 1. v^aiiigraha (See) -> | 

(9a;i9— ao^^a) (+oQ^ a) a^iQci' qoi— 2. 

The handle of a weapon. *J | q^ gro^Q 
^3 e>IW qpi — 3. The handle ot a 
.-shield, V i q^gig 9«P— 4. Binding 
with the fist. « [ ^ — 5. Fist. 

J^atiigrabalra Qiqj* g»g*g|©l— Collecting; compi 

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(^•gi^QI— ,^1) 1. Collector, 5 ! 9"«Q0Si|'g — 

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ffamgrahl t<^) — q*gi9Q (SQfil) — Samgrabaka 
<wi^— aftieja) (See) §— (cq'qi^) os© ^i 

(^^f ^1— <JI) S^IGgi^y qg_Wrightia Anti- 
Dysenterica (plant). [ Q — <19I ^•39«) 
eq^Q aaK3 @€ld ?J«iiG^ -091^ <i9Q Qlfl 

G9iaas 1 1 
Q'-Q— g** ©— (9q^+9». ai^-^y <?€J9I, aQ8«^ S99I + 

Samgha ggj'. ©) ^ | gq ^; ^^j QQI — 1. CoUec- 

(S^3 ^^Q — ao-*^) tion; heap. J 1 Q^©; gQJ 

gqiQ — 2. An association, w | QQ9I; 

eQ«09; 090 — 3. Crowd. ^ I aoisiJ^ 6 

4. A comp»inj of men or animals (oi 
the same and different clafis). » | Q0^ 
<4q9^«15UQ£? Qfli©--5. The society of 
Buddhist monks and nuns. ^ I 0Q< 
eS'j .Q%.QO— 6. Flocki multitude. 9 j 

7. The aggregate of all the Buddhiatsi 
the whole sect of the Buddhists, r I 

69l© drfQ «€;§ qac^ -OQQq (a»i c^q?— 

H^ 6 0^) — S- One of the 3 gems or 

Trinity of the Buddhist religion. 

Samghachirl — ea QQQ^g^ C91Q"©©Q« OCJ^— 
i'lfoviog in^ek^-^egarioua. 


(q%^€^^1~^1) ^. — qQ,^ — Fish. 

Samghajibi ®Q!(g» QSQ^^cil.' tQ)_e.| Q^Qa; Q!«iq- 

• —1. A day labourer. 5 | ^^j €PI?3^2. A 

common carrier; cooly. 

Sam^hata 9991 a^ ga Q^IQIQ Qg© e9iQ?J9l 

^^ feispa Qi^a siiQH^eaSj ai9i G^fliQCi-Q 
©loeigi siTQeQ ©fl<^Q ci©^Qqi;?(? q^gq 
-Q£IQI<J— A hotchpot prepared on the 
occasion of caste dinner anaoogst the 
Or^a chasbas of Orisaa. ^^— .gga^- 

^«(l ^^^ a€fil5 -Sufficient- enough, q^ ©, 


^cr5Q(oi) ^ - -aQ^i^a 
g^^so(oO 

Combination* 


+9*« a) ^ I eflttO; 

■s^esi©© — 1. MeetinsT; 

coming together; joining 

.together, 9 I ^fl^— 2. 

*» t COO— g^ Formation. 
V I "a^Qf — *• livent. ♦ i sf«;iH-5# 
Happening. ^ \ qqq^j 51^^—^. De- 
scription. [^— C^9tQ ^•<3S» €9G®, 

^^!Q Q9 efl! agco J ©ciQia — qcig© 1] 
Sairigbata(tta) Creeper. 

Saiii^hatita 1, Joined together, uhited- 

[ga'(€?^)fO— ao^f^a] connected,, y \ ©q*© — 2' 

Built, m I Q§^;?|— 3. Happened; taken 

place. 

g**ai^^«. Q' (qq^+Q| yi^-QQ^ ®Q©i-fq©. a)" ? 1 

Samghatta qoQQ — 1, Adherence; cohesion. 

^«;i^ ^ i-aQiaa ?^\*?°S together; 
^^QI^CM) ^^Ji friction, 'm \ G<3|f9l; 

€a't^)i©(«'l) Aq'o— 3. Act of rub- 

(qogf^w^^) bing or pounding. v| gs,^Q 

aai© QQQI— 4, Clashing together; 

collision. « I Q1fi|tQ9l<^— 5. Coi^ct; 

enootiBter, 5) I 1?tt<>; «>6QI®Q'- 6* 

Meeting^cJMngV '^VjOfi^Q— ?sEi»brBC- 

ing. r I &9i ^"3^ — 8. Close contact- 


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Ql €j«o— 9, Causing to move; isaoviog^ 

€^©10^ — 10-- Intertwining of two 
■wrestlers in a bout of wrestliag' 
^'^l 9l$919l<5©j GQSIGQ?— 11. Eacouater^ 

Samgbarda(r^a) Sanghard^ (See) 

Saigha ta^a a^Q 9^^ — The two hands-:^th 
tbe open palms brought together- 

(^•Oaai— ^1) Oag^l (919)— (a person) With 

folded palms_ 

Sam^hana Impervious; impenetrable, 
■«'QWI— 6Q.©— (»iq)— 2ISai3i? ©Q'^tQ Otq— Name 
Sam^hamitrS of tlie daughter of king Asoka. 

Samgharsha ^q 9Q^Q(J q.«l^9€^ d^© El'^fO - 
Mutual defiance; mutual challenge. 5 | 
Ql® Q^r^l — 2. Laying a wager. « I a^iSQ 
«39si— ^. Rubbing together; friction, ts I 
9<^<^; GQIf^I^ii Pounding; pestling. !P | 
biGQ dISQ QPQ — 5 Going gentljj gliding 
9 i dlGQ fc^GQ Q^QI (9lif_,0Q>Q^— 6*GentIe 
flowing of water, or blowing of wind, 
9 I ©Ql CQ1@^I— T. The steering of a 
ship; the plying of a boat, r igQ^Q^©!— 
Kivalry^ emulation (Apte), q | €}9(— 
9, Jealousy; envy (Apte). €.0 | g^. gQ — 
10., Contest^ fighting^ djiel- 

■€i°ei4^— ^^* ^ — (^Q+QQdi^+q^.aft)— faoQQ {g<?€i) 

Samsrbarshana Samgharsha (See) 

^o^€18— 3« ^. Q^— (q?SJ+Q^J t I Q6« Q6« — 1. Jn 
;Saiighasafci crowds; in multitudes^ j r9^38 

2. Much; in great numbers, 

Samghasa g^WQ— 1. Eating^ taking mesde. 
3 I (+«4a) e^f <^m—2. Meal; eatables. 


Samghaetc SanghS eto (See) 

g^gifsa^e^OQQi — gq. 9"^— aa^iQ^i (gq«) 

Sam^ha.{ghe^gho) iba Sanghatba (See) 

e^'ai'gO!— g- Q,— (gq^+a»^i^=9©o G9^i+q^si© 

Sam^hatika +a) e I GQI^SI; ^€» — 1 E^air 

(^ifs?l— afll^g) couple- > i ^Ifil— 2. S^eat; 

smel). ^nitjja; ^^^1— 3. A paaderess; a 

procuress. b| ©ft Q^©j 9*<a9l— 4j»Water. 

SI°QI^ - GQ. $ — ^Q-i^ (GQei) 
S mghar^i Sanghardi (See) 

Sam^hardiba Sanghardiba (See) 

Samghanaka The mucus of the nose (Apte.) 

?tQI©— ^. ^— (gq+TO fcll^+^Q, a)— ^ I Sl^i®— 
Samghata 1. Strike^ blow. 5 | <g)0*t!; ^y — 
2. Killing; slaughter. « I @P5i©|; <1Q^ 
—3, Solidity^ density; thickness; com- 
pactness, V I qqi^— 4- Collection; 
multitude; assemblage, « I <?« — 
5. Crowd. 5> I ©^Q eGQiGIJ ©qi§ Q!^9I — 
^, Cry stallisationj coagulation; combi- 
nation. ?) 1 QQ^Q gGcr ^«o; Qf a»— 
7. Union; combination ( Apte ). r | 
( +Q|i. a ) «€r-^8. Phlegm. ^i i ( + 
ayQQ^. ai G>Q®a6«9— 9, Name of a 
part of the helf, ^o | QiSQ|€iQi^GQ «©- 
$GQ9 Ql <Wg<?IQ €^^^-10. A kind of 
walking (in dramatic perform.ance). Q)« 
9 — ffGllOj ^@-^A dear friend. [ 6J— 
q^l GQiQQ C^ 9^l€)j @6$ QldGQ G^I9Q 

q®— Dead. [ €^— QIGft 6^ GQeia 3°<ai9 

«ieQG;3 I a^s** '^a^ e^f®— qi9^^. €ig- 

Samghata kathina Soiidj hard like a solid. 

Samghata patrika Dill .seed ( pl^t ). 

QQI^ QQ_GQ. ^,( QQia^aC^Q aiQQQQ €|Q )^<9 

Samghata bala ^ QQ €^ Q^ QQg^ <$Qo^i 


«i»aisi 


( !)^«v ) 


g»qQ^ 


^'«n?r ^m 9«>€) er^s^a e^ga »©<» ^» — (physics) 

The resultant of two or more forces 
acting on a thing at one point* 

gQIQ]— GQ. ©51 6 C)—<3IO©— Murderous; murderet 
Satiighati [^— 9Q©<g ^6© ©aG3 %«G€I QQ©! ^OIS! 

Samp;hara ( ecjfil )— Sambara ( See ) 

Samgharama ^^IQ^CJ qo— The math of 

Buddhist mendicants. 

Samgbariba ( GQSi )— Simhariba ( See ) 

Samghiba SanghibS ( See ) 

Srmghusbita © ) — ^ I qq^tO^i^SQ 3€J€)0 91 ^- 
eaiQ©— 1. Very widely proclaimedj^ 
published broadcast* ? | «fi?© — 2 
Sounded; resounded. q». ©— 1 1 (+Q9 
© ) W—l, Sound, 5 1 €Qig^| — 

2, Proclamation^ 

g«Q^-Q°« ©fl ( Qfl+'39^ dl®+9^*o )— g'oi© 

Samghushta (GQ«l)-*Sam3:hushita ( See ) 

a'^ri.—q". ©^ ( qq^H-^a^Q di^^ogQi+QiT. © ) — 

Sui-bghyush^a ^ I Q^q^ea qo® — l* Well rubbed; 
well pounded. 5 | ©c^ €9IQ ©*i 2|Q- 
g^l — 2. Well bruised; reduced to a fine 

paste, 

Q*€Q0— 91. a-aeQ"© ( gq® ) 

Samgheni Sangheni ( See ) 

^•o— q°. ©— ga ( eQ«i ) 

Samcba Sancha ( See ) 

Samcba gbarncha Sancha ghancha (See) 

Q'Q©— q*. ©«— Sia©^ ( 6Q«1 ) 

Samchat Sanoeat (See) 

e°€i9— 6<5>» © (ai©10 QQ*)) - QSO ( GQei ) 

Bamchana Saachaua ( See ) 

q*9€l— SQ- © (i ©^-^q^Q ( GQ« ) 

Samchapa Sanchapa (^) 


CI'OQ 0§S>l— GQ. '9'''-q«9 ©§©1 ( GQSl ) 

Samchapi kahiba Sanchapi kahiba (See) 

^•©901— GQ.?— Q*9©| ( GQet ) 

Ssmchapiba Sanchapiba (See) 

Q"©q (q©*)!*?)— q°^ ©— ?gq Ci©''|Q ( GQ«1 ) 

Samchaya (etc) Sancbaya etc (See) 

d ©q©— 9'. ©— qaq© ( gqq ) 

SHmchayana Sanchayana (See> 

g 9q«q— a*. ©^,— 3aq<3i% ( gq^ > 

S mcbayaniya Sanchayanija (sec) 

g cql -2', Q^. q°— ggq,l ( epei ) 

Samchayi (q^Oi^'cg— ^1) Sanohayl ( See ) 
e^OQ"«\ ©-qSQ (GQet) 

Saiiichara [ qSQ^ — aO'J^a ] ganchara (See) 
3'©Q(SQ)filQI — SQ. #— QSqCj©! ( 6Q€1 ) 

S3mchar5(re)ib5 SancharSiba ( ee) 

g ©Q©— q*. ©e— QSQO ( GQ€t ) 

Sbmcharita Saneharita (See) 

g°©€i©i — SQ. ■^— q«©©l ( 6Q« ) 

S^-mchariba Sanchariba (See) 

^'©QS^^s** ©«l— q3S?^^( eQ« ) 

S^mcharishnu Sanobarishpu (See)- 

e^©©© — Q"- ©— qSQO ( GQffl ) 

SaiTichalana Sanchalana (See) 

g'<q— q*. © 6 ©^— qai ( GQa ) 

bamchS SancbS (See) 

Q^q{G©)Q©l— €Q.^— qilQQl ( €<?€) ) 

Samcha(ohe)iba Sanchaiba (See) 

g^q^— GQ © 6 ©«— «igi« ( GQsi ) 

Saiicbana SaachS^a (See) 

Q^qil-GQ* © 6 ©a— qeiS ( eQffl ) 

SamchsBi SanchSni (See) 

g*q^1— GQ, ©. ^l—qaial ( GQei ) 

Samchapi Sanchanl (See) 

g^q©— qN©— qgi© ( €<?« ) 

Samchana Sanchana (See) 

g^qan— q«. ©— qsiQi ( 6Q«i ) 

Sarhchajya Sanohajya (See) 

g^qQ (Q©il©)— Q^ ©— «8IQ Q©"»l© ( CQfil ) 

S^tnchara SanohSra ( See ) 

Q*^qQ©-a*- ©^» q_»-q3iQ© ( gq«i ) 

Samoharaka Sancharaka (See> 

Q^qqei -q*- ©-qsiQ^ ( CQei ) 
Samohftrana SanchSrana (See) 


^*6J€5«>I 


( 5>fl>J» ) 


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Q'qQQJ— ^''' ©— 9gie)®i ( e^g ) 

bf^thcharika Sancharika (See) 

S^ mcharirii Sancbarinl (See) 

b.4tncharita Sancharita (See) 

^amcbS.ribS Sancbaribl (See) 

Q^qQ ( Q'S)''!^ ) ~ ^*'» ^- ^ ^^ — ^S'*^ Q®'''^ (€Q5l) 
Si'inchari (etc) (aqQ«1— ^1) Sancharl etc (See) 

S maharjya Sancbarjya (See ) 

g'qft«^ - Q«. $— ttaioQ (sq-si) 

S mcbalaaa (?i**qao — 9^) Sanohaiana. (See) 

SHmcha li (e^«J'31 ^^1) Sancbali (See) 

Samchia (QoG©fiJ - ^D Sencbia. ( See ) 

Samcbit mariba Sanchit mariba. (See) 

Saihcbita (eto) Senchita etc. (See) 

Samobitra Sanchitra. (See) 

Samcbintita SaachiBtita. (See) 

g°€>Q! -6Q. •9"— Ql^l (GQ€1 

Pamchiba Sancbiba. (See 

Samchila (etc) Sancbila etc. (See) 

Samcbufpnana Sancburnaana (See) 

Samobetabya Sancbetabya (See) 

Samja (etc) Sanja eto. (See) 

g%» - ^\ Q— Q«0 (e<5i9) 

Samjana Sanjana. (See) 

e9®<?— ^ ^ — aS9» (S^«1)— 

Samjabana SaSjabana (See) 

Samjaba(ma)Di pura (ri) (etc) (€Q«)-Sa5jabani 

pura eto (See) 


Sanjai(See) 
SaSi&ta (See) 

Safijati (See) 
SaHjapa (See) 

SaSjia (See) 


Samjaya SaSjaya (See) 

S^tija (etc) SaSjS etc (See) 

Samja I 

Samjata 
^a'^QI©— GQ- e^— Q81© (SQfif) — 

Samjati 
e°9iQ(©)— G5>'€Q» ©— 9®|9 (SQia) — 

8atiijapa(ba) 

e^^efl— €j)t 9 — g®a (gq«i) 

Samjia 

SamjihirsbS SaSjiblrsba (See) 

e'©?j4^— Q°/^«l--giWjGQS')— SaBjiblrshu(See) 

Samjibirsbu 
g«fil*»— ^\ ^ — gilQ» (€QSt) 

Samjibana Sanjibana (See) 

CI*filQCJl(Q©*l|0)— CQ. Q^.— q®lQQl Q©1l^ (gO^I) 

Samjibari (etc) Safijibani etc (See) 

g'Qa-GQ. ^«.— g®a gqci 

Samjua Sanjua (See) 

q''®_(G©l)Gi^(&:j oj— G9» ^— g8€i^€9« — 

Samjtti3o)g(^, t) SaSjug (See) 

5t@— ^' 9s. q*— (a©«t QSjQGQqqiaGQ ^^^' «£;> 
Samjna ElQiq^ G9iS) ^^3^' 9<I )— 

[eS^^5 Q't© — a©*f^a3 ^ I 3^q$^l. HaYing 
[ ^°^, 9^QI — ^1 ] tbe definition of; styled as, 
9 I e^ai^g^— -2. Having tbe title of. 

^ \ qs^QGQGft ai9iQ <gQ a<^^aQlQ giGcr 
MC® — 3. Knock-kneed. (Apte) v i gq^j 
QICIGQ Ol9o— 4. Named; called. (Apte), 

A yellow fragrant wood. (Apte) 

SamjHapana ©411Q©! + ^5- 3^) — ^ I qiQ^3 
59^^0Oi QN— 1. Slaughter} kill* 

q-^g"^ > — afli^a ing, 5 I «eiaQ— 2. Noti- 
9B^t^ } iy'^^g} proclamation. 

q^@I— s°' 9 (g«,+^. tiiij^+®Q«. a-f-v. ti3 019191^ 

[C8^9— aOl^a] 1. Appellation. 3 I OR — 


^«r9 


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( « v^ ) 


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2. Name^ desigDatioiir *1 [9§€) 9f SF^Q] 
«8^S)ie9ld9 €IQ— 3. Technical name; a 
tetm deuottng a pgrrticular thing or 
animal ^ I Qfliy — 4*, Title. » I «0 
— 5.Knowledgej sensation; intelligence, 
9 I GOOQIJ GQ©ft*i — 6. Oonsciousnessj 
animatioD; sease-perception, 9 i ^q — 
7. Intellect, r i e^eQ©^ 9g|Q ^iq m- 
Q©9I — S. A 6igD> a Bignifioant signj 
gesture. d I . [ ^'♦l^Q^ ] ^G€I«*! 
^~ ^' ( grammar 3 ^ noun, 

01?j;9**9QI gloeGSQQOIQ— 10. (grammar) 
Name or noun having a special mean- 
ing; proper name (Apte). e^ i (Q**!©Q®) 
g©Mi^Q 9**i^Q«Cl© Olfl — 11- (grammar) 4 
technioe;! fiame for an affix (Xpte). ^5 1 
€^QC1I©1 Gl!!^«1 eQ9i; dli^^l ?;«5^^12. 
The mystic fortnuia 'Gayatri* said to 
be the mother of the Bedas. ^«i ; ^^ajl 

i'^^f^ a<5i a^lcr oin aqi)— 13. Name of 

one of the two wives of the Sun-god 

^10 QGO. I <f SC^IQ- Q'^Q^ Q9 g9?Q 9^ 
<>Q SjSiQ Si^^^ 6QQGQ £3%*^ (€Ql*Ql) ^Q 

©esiQflGQ .-C'S'i ©ilfQi© ©e© aei^g MQei- 

6<$6€i i aCfii^a aiQ^ qqqi a^^ e°9i^ 

Q^QIGtQ q^ ^^IQ§9 1 J.. 6Q'. ^ — 
t I <?e€llBiy-^l. Family-title. 9 J «rt»^j 

2. The definition o£ technieal and 
scientific tierms. 


Satnjnaaa 1. Knowledge^ sensation. of9QQQ|_ 
(gg^^O — aoHQg) 2, Qonsciousaess. ^\ ^'g^® _ 

3. Sign^ gesture. 

Saminapana a©)-^^Qa9;©SUQt— Notifying^ 
(<3© ©ao — aoiqe) the making of a thing 

[g*@l@Q, «'^a«is^, g^sa^l— §)a] knoevn. 

Ganijna bighSti ^fl|. ^9) — ^ai^i GQ^QI SQa 
[q'^paiQqi — ^1] QGQ —Causing loss of 

consciousness, 

g^ ^^H'd^q— q». © (9^1 ©©)— GQQOIQ ©la— 

S^mjna bipar]ya(rja)ya Loss of consciousness 

(Apte) 

SamjHS labdha One who has regainsd 

[q= ^I W^y I — ^1 ] consciousness. 

9[*Q QQ— SV Q (9^ ©c)— G©©»I q^ — 

Samina labha Regaining of conseiousnese. 

?t® GQa— Q». ^ (P^l ©©)— eosiQj ^^9913 G^s-^g 

SamjnS lopa €*3^l SQg! — Loss of conscious- 

ness| becoming senseless* 
^■@! €i^Qt— ^•. 951' a' (^qi ©©J— oe©OQ— Un- 
Samina sunya conaoioHs; devoid of seiitSe* 

3*^ I© 9*-_ ©— ^ I S«l— 1- The God of death, 9 \ 

SamjEa suta G^5^©fl^— 2, Baibaswata Manu. 

. «n I a^<ol4^lQ ^i^ — 3. The twin AswifiL 

kumars- v I Q^'g'a' (g^©9IQ) — 4. The 

planet- Saturn, 

SamjSasuta The river Jamuna, 

g"® © — g*.Q^- a^o-- (q''@i+q°©io.asGQ.Q©) — qo^SQ 
Samjnita q\ OIQGQ SQ^©— Named as; known 
(g'©"©!— 9,1) asj called, [aai— Q5jg*fl"©=Q!9i^ 

[a©^@"©— aft'^^a] gqgo *©^' oiflGQ ©i©^ i] 
gqigcQ q9 "go, aeii Gaiaiag^^"© (] 

?iamjSu ^^^ as^glj ^©© 69lQaS ®fOj^*^ 
' Cf<ft QQl^ ^S© ^i i3IQ3fi — ^1. (a person) 


( 9e*r ) 


^e^tat 


Having the two Jcaees joined tOgctfef * 

5 I q^^QSQSQ 019'IQ ^3 'fl\ 9Q?Q aeCT 
9ie©— 2. Knock-kroeed. (Spte) 
€I°Q€1— ^'» 9 —9® Q ^ 69a) — anj wars, (See) 

Sanijwara (qS^^Q — CiQI^S) 
gWI-i)l- €?-<a®^i (e<?a)— Sanjya. (See) 
Snmjya (g©^©«il— ^Qm^9) 

• S,:^mta(te)iba gapt>aiba (See) 

^•O— 9I6Q* (£IOfl«©) ^tfi— g<il (eQ'Sl) 

Samtha Santha. (See) 

g«0^(^l) -eQ. Q (^ ^— g<^^ (SW)— Santbaaa. 

Samthana (na) (g*»CMl| ^d»*i^9) (See) 

e-@_^g». ^ — <^^ (e'M»$l)— Sanda. (^ee) 

Samda (g®^«i— ^W^i^a) 

Sf*mda(de)iba ' S^ndeibs, (See) 

Satiidasfsi) Saiidas (S^e) 

Samdasi SandSsi. (See) 

^"^Si ~^°. §-^Q§€l (SQSl) — S^ndisa. (See) 

Samdis^ (© ©a— a»*i§^'3) 

Q°9i1«-^'a*, Q* (^ 9«i— 9^1«» (eQSi)— Sandlaa, (See) 

Samduasi Saiiduasi. (See) 

SaiitJaSsa SaBduasa, (See) 

€I°G® (C}©*'!^) — S?GQ-9— <3G«1, Q©**!?? (e<^ei) 

Satfide (etc) S inda etc- (See) 

^'920- eQ. ^—^^n (SQei) — S^ndhia, (See) 

S^ijiidhia [Q°5a« — EIQ^^dI 

^"©(QQ-^Iq) —3. 6 €<?-§> — 9^ Qg^**iO (GQfi) 

Samtrt(eto) , Santa etc (Bee) 

Samtaka(etcj Santaka etc fSee) 

Saiiitata (etc^ Santata etc /"See) 

9'©€)— ^o- 6 SQ. $— fl'g)® (e<?«) 

S mtaii Santati (See) 

-g^QS©— GQ. Si — 39€0 (GQSi) 

Samtate Santate ("See) 

Saixit'i^ta (ntaynt^) Santapata (See) 


Samtapati Santapati (Seej 

go^g^— qo 9^ g»-_q^^ (€Qfii) gaatapta ^'See) 

Samtamasa Sa^itamasa {^See; 

^"9Qfl (QQHIP)— q^ 9— q^SJ^ Q©M!Q (SQ«) 
Samtara^a ("etc) Santarana retc fSee) 

S:^mtara pamtara Santara pantara (See) 

^^OQ(QS*i:Q) -69. ^— ^9^ RQ^il^ (S*5>s) 

S mtara (etc) Santara etc{ See) 

go^QQl^-6Q. ^ (QQ=()— g^Q^i (G<?ei) — 

Suiitariba; Santariba (Sae) 

g^sa'^CQQ'HQ)— g«. 9— ^^oWi QaiK? (gq^i) — 

Samtarpana (etc) Santarpana etc (See) 

Same isamtia Santasantia (See) 

g-Oi — 69. ^^ cS ^ — 9^1 (GQfil) — 

Samta SantS (see 

CI''9I(G9)Q0I— eQ- ^— ^^!Q9I (GQfil) — 

S::*mta(£e)iba Santaiblt (See) 

g"9l(G9)Q€@9i-— G<?. ?— «l^iq G^PI (CQa) — 
S3mta(te)i heba Santaiheba (See) 

?I=S>,0(i-M«>*— 9% $— a^lQ Q3*»_IQ_(eQfil) — 
Samtana (etc) gantana etc (see) 

gontaaaka Santan&ka (see) 

S:^mtanika SantioikS (See) 

S mtanita (fl^i©©! — -^l) ^ntaaita (See) 

^"Ol© g'Sl^C^Q'lK?) GQ: Q--g^!S> a^l«i C1®*11Q(GQS1) 

S Lmtaai pamtaai(jetc) Santaai pantaai etC(See) 

3=©ia iQ©'!!^) — ^°; ©— q-^^ia QstlQ (G<q>^) 
S^ratapa (etc) Santapa etc (See) 

Sam apana Sant5pana (See) 

Simcapaniya Santapan?ya (See) 

g^oia®— ^•. §>«!— g^i9© (g<?«i) — 

S mi.apita Sanfcapita (See) 

SamiSpi heba 2 Santapi heba (See) 

«l°0:€l— q-' ^^— g^lQl (SQ«) — 
Samtai^ (^^IQ^I— %1) Santapi (See) 


q*® 


( 9f^ ) 


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Samti Santi (See) 

Samtia - (^S^fil— %1) SantiS (See) 

SHmtu(to)la Santula (See) 

Samtula (ie) iba Santuiaiba (See) 

Saiitnliba SantuHba (See) 

Samtuii heba ^antali heba (See) 

g«^g(Q©n^Q) - ««• §^. q« —^2% Q®*'iQ (€Q*) — 

^amtushta (etc) (^"^^1—^1) Santushta etc (^ee) 

=.amtasliti (etc) Santusbti etc (See) 

^mtolana Santoiana (See) 

Samtosha (etc\ i^anto^ha etc (^ee) 

Samtoshanlya Santosha^iya (See) 

Samtosbiba santoshiba (See) 

€l"G©f«l-g°: 961. gf— genial (gq«)- 

Samtoshi (ge^lS^I— ^1) SantoshI (See) 

Qoaa—q^- 9tfi. gf— 9«%3 i6Q€i) - 

Saji^rasta (^f^^i— %1) Santraasta (See) 

^»ei — GQ: 9: 6 9«— -gCfel (GQ^i) — 
Sathtra Santra (See; 

g-tig-^=: 9— q^|9 (G5?€i)— 

Samtrasa Santrasa (See) 

€I^«l€^©-^^ V^. 9^»-«<ni,i^«i (Gq>«) 

Si mtiasitft (g^^lS©! —%]) Santraaita (See) 
g*a(QO*ilQ)— GQ. 9—92 (Q«MO) 

Samtha (etc) Santba^etc (see) 

g=ai— G<q»: 9 — «2i (GQei) — 

Samtba Santba (See) 

gQ-^G<?GQ. CJ-^Q ( GQSl ) 
Samda Sanda ( See ) 

g<5**« (q©*iiq)— ^*. 9— 9o«a efiiii«? ( gqs ) 

Samdanisa (etc) Sandamsa etc, (See) 

Samdaras Sandaras (See) 


gQgj^— q°. ©—go©' ( GQ«1 ) 

Samdarbha Sandarbba (See) 

e^SQ— q". 9— ^«?«^» (GQfl) 

Samdarsana Sandarasana (Sae) 

Qt9^ (QQtlQ)— go. 961 — qQ^ Q©M9 (6«?<a ) 

Samdashta (etc). Sandasbta etc- (See) 

5rQI»— QtW. (^IGfiH^Q) ©— SQI© ( GQff! ) 

Samdai^a Sandarda (See) 

gamdana (q^Q^ — ©61 ) Sandana (See) 

e^QI©©— «•. 961— 9«?l@© ( 693 ) 

Samdanita Sandanita (See) 

e'^QIQCa— fl°. © — a©l©<31 ( GQSI ) 

gamdSnini SandSnini (See) 

I g"Q19— g% 9— «Ql^ ( GQ« ) 
j Saiidaba Sandaba (See) 

I e^-gu©~^o ( GQ«l) 

Samdi Sandi (See) 

H'^^n (QQ^iQ)— 91. 9— Q©a Q«H|Q ( GQ^I ) 
Syiidia (etc.) Sandbia ate. (Sec) 

€i"@«flg— eu 9— 9Qa9 ( gqa ) 

Samdiasi Sandiasi (S«e) 

€i=©g6i (qo^iq) — 9*. © — ^QGia ci©«(is? ( gq3 ) 

Samdigdba (etc)- (g<'9afc)l— %1) • Sandigdha etc, 

(See) 
e^QO&iOl— ^«. €— flQayOI ( €Q$I ) 

Samdigdbata Sandigdhata (See) 

e'09— 3«. 961— qQ® ( 6Q« ) 

Samdita Saudita ( See) 

CCOSI— Si- 9— <aQai ( GQCl ) — 

Samdisa Saodisa (See) 

^ ^ (Q©t|9) — a*>. 961. g,*— 9Qq*CJ©')l9 ( GQfi! ) 

Sejiidisbta (etc) Sandishta^etc, (See) 

SamdibSna (Q5?§>I0I— ^1) SaadibSna (see) 
^I'qi— ^% 9. ^1— toI ( SQCI ) 

Sajidi Sand! (See) 

^'<aaM— Q". 9. (g$qiq)— qoiQf (gqs) 

Samdipya Sandlpya (See) 

rfOilii -%•' 961 — ^•Q^^ ( G9ei ) 

Samdiubdha Sacdjubdha (See) 

^•S9— QIGQ. (9IG^«1Q) 9— gG«> ( €Q«I ) 

Samde Sande (See) 

Q"e<g>« (QQ'fiQ)— a*». ^--qeoa Q©fi9 ( eos ) 

Samdesa (etc) Sandesa etc. ( See Y 


e»eQ$ 


{ 9«»^ ) 


g»«ifciiaQ 


S mdeh^ (etc.) Sandeha eta ( see ) 

Sam 'ebi Sandebi ( see) 

Samdoh ^ Sandoha ( see ) 

Samdrabi Sanrlraba ( see ) 

^I'^^i (Q€>'^iQ)-Q», ^. GQ- Q (^ Q« — g^i Q©M|0(eQ©) 
S md' a (etc). Sandha etc. (see ) 

g''dl(Sft4)Q91 - 6<?. ^ — ^^\Q^\ ( 60« ) 

S mdbft{dhe)ib5 oandh&iba ( see ) 

S mdhatabya Sandbatabya ( ee ) 

g'fcilC? (©©''IS') — ft°- Q — ^^^<^ C)®ltQ ( £QP ) 
S tiiihaaa etc, S mdhaaa etc, ( see ) 

Samdban Sandhan ( see) 

(qod€>EII --aO'* 9d ^9) 
goy(@Qi-^g». ^-^Q®|9©| ( 6QS1 ) 

SatB^hanika Sandb^nika ( See ) 

g«y'6»©- go. (^4^ — a©!©© ( eQ«i ) 

Samdbanif^a gandfaaaita ( see ) 

. Sarhdbani (q'^tltS'ffll — <^1) Sandhani ( See ) 
e-y (0®^iQ)-q^. <§ GQ. 9 «@ W-'iQ ( 6QSJ ) 
$ mdbi (etc), S ndbi etc. ( s^e) 

g*y€fl (gq-iiq) — eQ <^ ^t ©— g^a Qo^^iQ (eQ-a ) 

S^ mdhia (etc) Sandbia etc. ( see ) 

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S iidbita ^andyta ( see ) 

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S liidhukshita S .ndliuksbita ( see ) 

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Samdhea ? Sandhea(see) 

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S m ihy* ( etc ) Saiidhya etc ( see) 

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S^mnati Sannati ( see ) 

Samaaddha Saanaddba { see ) 
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S maaya Sannaya ( sae ) 

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Samaabaaa Sannahana ( see ) 

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S rhoabya SannSbya ( see) 

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S *mnyaeta S^ntiyasta ( see ) 

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S m irdanlya Samplrdaniya (see) 

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Sampiti Sampiti ( see ) 

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S mprajukta Samprajakta (see) 

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Siiib root Samb root (see) 

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S^iibatsara Sambatsara (see) 

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Sambartti (gv^ «1 — «»t^9) Sambartti (See) 
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Sambaia (etc) Sambala etc. (See) 

Sambala (etc) Sambaia etc. (See) 

Sambala Sambala (See) 

Sambala(le)I ganda Sambalai ganda (See) 

Siiabalita Sambalita (See) 

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Smabasatha Sambasatha (See) 

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Sambaba Sambaba (See) 

S.mbahika Sambahika (See) 

Samba(be)iba Sambaiba ( ee) 

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Sambakyuta (a^Ql*}® - SWiqa) (See) 

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S35n(s8n)b5ra Sambara (See) 

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Siifibala Sambala (See) 

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Sam(san)bali(lu)a; SambaliS (See) 

Sambaliba Sambaliba (See) 

Sambasa Sainbasa ''See) 

Sambaha Sambaha (See) 

Sambahaka (qo?|§5>l - %1) Sambahaka (See) 

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Sambabaoa Sambahana (See) 

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Sa^bit ^ Sambit (See) 

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Samblta Sambjta (See) 


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Saaibedya Sambedya (See) 

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Sambesa Satnbesa (See) 

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Sambodha Sambodha (See) 

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Sambhaba (etc) Sambhaba etc. (See) 

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Sambhabiba Satnbbabiba (See) 

S mbbabi Sambhabi (See) 

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Sambhabaoa (etc) SambhabanS etc (See) 

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Sambhabita Sambhabita (gee) 

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Sambhata^etc) SambbQta etc (See^ 

. S anbbati Sambbati y{See) 

g^^q— q«. a— aq «^ (€QS)) 

Ssmbbuya Sambhuya (See) 

S-iinbbuyakari(^^q^lQgi1— ^')S*n2bhayaliari(^See) 

:y^°^^ a^fciiQ— q% ^' — qq^q q^i© (s^ei) 

Sniribbaya eamdbaoa Sambhuya saodHSna (See) 

e=^q gggiQ— g°.©— Qq^ gq^'« (sq^) 

Saiibbuya samuttbana 

(j'^q^W©— Q^) Sambbuya samutthana (See) 
/g^©--q». ©SI — g^i^o (GQ€1) 

SaiTibhiuta Sambbruta (See) 

Sambbiuti * Sambb;uti (See) 

Sambhcda (g'€|fil — ^^) Sambbeda (See) 

€r€g^ (C!'3>')l<i»)— «°. ^ — ^^^19 Q9^\^ {^^^) 
Sambboga (etc) Sambhoga etc. (See) 

SambbogI (geqa'a— Wl) Sambbogi (See) 

Sambhrama (etc) Sambbrama etc. (See) 
g°©l9 (QqIIQ)— g**. 0^— Q^l-ni Q3*flQ (€Q«l) 

Sambhianta (etc) Sambbranta etc. tSee) 
€l"fiO (q©iiq)— 9*. ©ei— eg© Q©ti«? (eQS)) 

Samrpata (etc) Sammata etc. (See) 

^"91© (q®*i!«?) — ^*. 9«i - ^^© q©il9 (e<?ei) 

Sammati (etc) Sammati etc. (See 

&ammada Simmada (See) 


Saiiuiiarda(rdda) Sammarda (See) 

Sammatura Samniatura (See) 

Sammada Sammada (See) 

S^xnmana (etc) Sammana etc. (See) 

g'fli©©(Ql)— 3^ ©" g«tQ» ( €Qfi< ) 

Sammanana(na) sammaaana (See;) 

Sammaaaniya Satnmananiya ( See ) 

sammanifea Sammaiiita (See) 

Sammarja(rjja)ka Sammarjaka (gee) 

Sammarja(rjja)aa(Da) Sammarjjana (.-ee) 

S'fli9(^')fii-s°- ^— ^^ist'^i (eQ$i ) 

SainD3Srja(rjja)ai bammarjani ( See) 

q^fi© -^'. ^^ — 9^© ( e'5>ei ) 

Saiiimua Sammita ( See ) 

g<'q«)«>(«) (Qaiip)-^" 9— ^^«» c^^mq (sqsi) 

Rammil^n9(ni) (etc) Samilana ete. ( See ) 

g°qQS> (QOnlQ)- a", ^^-q^ft® Q^'flQ ( GQS1 ) 

Sammiiita (etc) Sammilita etc. (See ) 

ti'ggl — qo. 9^ — S^Q ( GQfil ) 

Sammisra Sammisra (See ) 

Sammisrana Sammisrana ( Sae ) 

9'g9 (Q©^IQ)— ^°. 9-3^^ ^^'^l^ ( SQS" ) 
Sammukha (etc) Sammukha etc. ( See ) 

Sammakblna (etc) Sammukhlna (See) 

g^flCId — S". «€] q^_»— ^giGld ( 6Q®) 

S immugdba (^•fljll— %T) Saiiimup;dha ( ^e ) 
-*3pfl©— ^•_ 9«— «^^ (eQ« ) 

»jmii3urjha (q'^efll'?— «) SiramOr^a ( See) 

Sammurcbchhada Sammarchohhada (See) 

€I°^'i«l) (Q©MO)— fl«. Q — «a^»^» Q®il^ (69«) 
Sanmiurcbcbhana(Ha) (etc) Sammurcbcfihana 

(q»g89— ^tfi) ^*°» (^^*' 


^•q« 


( 9ti^9 ) 


^•m<^ 


Sammala Sammala (See) 

Samm^ushta Sannuiashta (See) 

0*Gfl9«(<a)— &•• « — 9e%QQ (6Qa) 

Samnielana(iii) Sammelana (See) 

Q^'efliQ— g"- ^ — ^eaiQ ^eQ«i) 

Saiiamoda Sammoda (See) 

C[*'GC»19-- fl". ©.—96819 (€9«) 
Satnmoha Satnmoha (See) 

Q^'Gfll©©— H*" 9— 9^!9C» (6Q$]) 

Sammohana Sammobana (See) 

Samja Q^.aj q. Gqa) — gi^lQ e^qaig aeiiQ© 
a«?S® ggqiiq ag QCS-IQ— Skeleton. 

Samjat q^ — Battle; fight. ^ i g*gii^— Doubt, 

8am- jat aei^ia «©»)- dlQ^Q Q^q (JQ §i®ij 
Iv^ ^«^ Q?ilCi £a <5a— Attention ! fas nsed 

in drill), 

d^a©— q°. Qtfi, qf — (s5i+Qq yi^+Q5S o) 1 1 Q<g> — 

Samjata 1. Bound.5 | s^^q — 2. Confined. 
(aoQQl— %1) en | ©5)^. c^Q. ^©g»iaq„3. Re- 
C^°aq^ ^''Siq, g«aqQ — 9) strained; checked. 

4. Self-controlled. « 1 ©1^^©. 90^'© — 

5, Controlled^ regulated^ moderated. 
9 I Q€ll%©— 6- Kept under control^ 
over-powered. 5> I £€1^3 — 7. Sta'tiated. 

Samjata chitta. q«»Q®iqi (e<5>«)— Samjatatma 
(9*3© €)<^5S^, q«Q©6©©l»-'a»'*€a) (See) 

€(•09 §©— g'- §^. g.°(Q'$5l§)— -^©^"Qq; ©s^q^t^— 

Samjata brata One who bas taken the tow^ 
of self ' controlf-practising self-restraint. 
(20© 5©l— qil) 
Qofii^qQ— ^. $g|. q^(Q^9l§)— 9©iqg— 
Satnjataohara Moderate in conduoU' 


SathjatShara Moderate in foodj abstemious 
(aJ3©l'i?l^| — %1) in food, 

g^aoi^ii— q*. ©«i. 1 6 ^1— ( ^9^1§3 q*i3© G'3'iqss 

Samjatatma aqi dl^l^lQj eq|, e«;>)— gQPftl; G0 
aa^iQ QQ^qqi©£^<S Q09 qqI*^© oqag— 
Self-sontrolledj cne who has subdued 

his passions^ 

€l«Qeogq— q* Q&. ^•— (Q^Ql^j q'QO G^IQas QQ^i^ 

Samjatendriya ai^igiQ) — G9 aB^IQ QQ C^qiOQ 

(q'Qe©Q^qi-g,l) ■9€i1'^© ©qas— One -who has 

subdued or controlled bis organs of 

(qoiae©©^q«l — ^) sense, 

^•QQQQ — q«9. 0^°— (q''0©=g»a!q-fQQ=€|l'?; 5)q1 

Samjad-bara O©)— gQI/» 9 — King- 

g'Q^t '-«•' ^^'a**— (gq^H-Qq^y!^+o^©5<iqi.^Q.)— 

Samjanta q'aq©! ^ 5 «>q§|— Controlling; 

(q'^a^^l - ^1) regulating. 

a°q(gi)fl -q«. q. (gq^+aq yi^+q©. a)— v 1 9«»— 

Saiii]a(]a)rna 1. Bindingj confinement^ im- 
(q«aq» — SO^^a) prisonment, 9 \ ^£^g. q>q^ 
9100—2. Observance of a religious vow 
or fast, sn \ ciggy; G^fci— 3. Restraint, 
w I qo^i^ S'Ggdj Q© €1 €>g9— 4. SelL 
control5 subduing one's passions, 
♦ I 0©l«?Q Q9 ^O 9?i@1 eQ©o <^ qo a 
©QI^IQ ^9 0^; <I©©IQ— 5, Moderation 
in diet etc. observed on the day 
previous to the day of fasting, ^ j ^qj^ 

GOICI^ aiiO — 6 . Deep medifcatiou or 
abstractiooj contemplation of the 
Xnfinite Supreme Being. 9 | (+g^ g \ 

©^891© ^<S»;©^9q^ «^ — 7. Four houses 

built ccntinucusly round a square or 

courtyard. T I (+ «|.a) afl6<5© — 8. The 

^f%3r5I God of deatb_ 6Q. ^ — g!0 «^cr©— 

Jlt^ Tight embrace, 

[q — €^Hi^ a^ecq QGi^ldQ €^96Q qI^^ q^© 

©q ^ge^ qs© q© Q© I Qi©% <^^^\q^ ij 
gflfla— q-©. ( qp^+GP^ yi^+ay.ao+^. ii )— 

SamJamanJ aqg3— The abode of the God of 
(q^aqqig,©— 3©<i^9) death, [gj- ^€ad© q©© 
^^^© e<a€>j ^G^ aiQ ©q ^Se© 2aq<3 1 
S^^f^. q^)QQ«»* Q© I], 


9«£)ra^Q eQ^I£)9r 


( s***? ) 


9'q®t 


Samjatnanfpura dekha(khe)iba To kill. 

Samjamanipura dekhiba To diej (lit.) to go 
^^ C5f=^t ^^^ ^mnt to the abode of death, 

gcifiGiq€5^aoi(eo)ciQi — gq. ■9'— ^iq gqqi^ ^©^^i 

Samjamanipupaku patha(the)iba QQ_Q\ — To 

(sQflsigQSi eas©!— ciQM^a) kill. 

Samjamita q^^ ©) — l I qQ©— !« Eestrainedj 
controlled. ^ | <^^ — 2. Boundj checked, 
^ I SiJ^q'©— 3, Regulated, -tf | ^o eSQ — 

4. Self-ooEtrolled. 
a'QqOI— 6Q, ^. (flQt) — 29© «»€3©l — To reBtrain. 
Samjamiba to cheeky to regulate. [ ^ — ^\Q ' 

Q*q^ ^^csff ©aaia. ^ci9© i] 

Samjarni «. | qo^q goQq q<^ — 1. Having the 
(q^aq^l— ^1) passions under control. 5 I seilCl- 
- Q©> Qfll^Q6» — 2. Engaged in abstract 
meditation, qo- ^. 0o — e | <m SCIIqI— 
1, A sage, J i ©G©Q^q ^i^'-S. A. per- 
son who has the passions and senses 

under control. 

gawi— e. Q(qfl^+9[.ai®«=@^t+^9.$+a>-v i eaiQ 

Samjatra (GQ$t) — 1. Samjana. (See 5 | a^iQI^l; 
9^ GQ©«JQ <^^ ^«» — 2. A travelling 
of many persons together. « | QasaSQ 
QQQ^ e^lQ QTO — 3. Starting of many 
personsi together in a voyage, v* | <^ 
•yila^ 9l9|^€S^ C!flS>'^4. A voyage or 
sailing from one island to another; 

transportation. 

Samiatrika qaCQ 8«PI J3i^q^— Pilgrims 
(qoiaiJwi — ^1) travelling together. 

Saiiijana «. \ qq'J^Q-Q (Qeii— eS'^i^l )— 1. -^ 
special starting (e. g- a procession) j\ 9^ 
GQ^fiSQ -fl^^aTOi qiat^l— 2. Travell- 
ing in a body; a pilgrimage in 


company. «>l (+Q|i.a»)QOl — 3. A needle* 

V 1 as — 4, A mould. ♦ ! (+<?«t.5IQ)qeiOQ 

— 5. A conferencej an assoeiation, 

g*aiQ— «. (qcj^+J^- di^^^i© 0QQI+^5f. a)— 

Samjaba qq^ qIq, q<^ £ip gig go, GQI6?I0^Q 

(aoH q^ or^ -ci^^iQ) 9oij <30 aoiQaiQS ^^9g© 

«e€i9; g.QOiQg Qoi ^i oi©qiQ— a sort of 

sweet wheaten cake or sandwich, [q> — 

GCifiil as : — 

GQIQ O^aGQ Q9Q, (^"^CT, «o!QO ^^ 

£|^ ©Q9 I ©I QGQ ^«Q ^i^l» GQQ ^QQIQ 

<^9 ^9GQ ^Q9 t Q! SGQ ©I9t<$ ^^ Q QGQ 

<J9i pyQsq^ alQ^gs**, Q.^aiQ, qC©Q, 
;?ft©!Q05 g«^<5v''© 6 «er©»o l] 

g<'fliq — qo^ § (q^^+as^* ai®+q9. a)— «i**a^ (gq^i) 

Samjama Samjama. (See) 

^IQ — 1. Fall of good qualities^ possess- 
ed of good qualities. J I 9*^©a®^2. Fond 
of friends. « I a°q^— 3. Conjoined; 
joined with. q». © — €»I9|©I — Son-in-law. 
gcq_^_gc, ^^. gf (qq^+q«?^. ai1i=%9 S^9l+0^- 

Sciiiijukta ©)— ^ I Q°Gaia OS^ — 1. Connected 
( q'qgl — g,1 ) ^^*^^- -^ ' g^"o©^2. Joined 
[Q*GQICi— ^] together, m \ q»QC]. q'*q^§ — 

3. Attached to 

g#qg^i — sQ, $, ^l(Qiq^— ©i^-xi^^^eQ aya© geoiwal^ 
Saiijakta ^©1 ©s^ogc? 9Q*<! Kiq* <>^1 <S sieqlQQ 
JR^ a^g© G©l'^.«»^£ilq galq»Qr q§Ql— ]!^ame 
^m^r of the queen of king Pruthwiraja of 

, Delhi. [5— a«qfi[i acflQ ^asi^^'i 6 qi^GGi 

^§©1 ?J6«; «9lGi 6 a©q|€JQ 6©'<&l'»99ls^ 
€$©^9Q eG€ll^3 S9^ ©^ QQI^Q* 9© df^ 

" e9ia?|GfR I ®g ©q©Q; d ^?Jiqfi>* fla^SQ 

^609 €1«^1 S^l€^ -QC^Qq^ ^-qjJIQ^ 

9IQ* 08© e^6Q I eg t<.$>» 3|: a: gq 


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( W»r ) 


fireoNO 


<}ea qalQd 9q$iQ> ^si,q q^ ^Q^oi 
scT qj^-c e?w 9^ oion^Q^e^ ag g5oi- 

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^^Q QQSIG9 a<.q^€Q O^Q CQiQI Qfi^9IQ 
^^QGQ I ©S^©Q <igeQ G«ifctt^ G^IQ QQO- 

6 «i«'Q G^CJigig ©itGQ €q©g Q'Q^tQ 

eqg 691^ 5^99 aeQ 99^9^19 Qit]^. 

@PQi^ OGfit <! P^'SiQ GQI^ <Q. ^GQ Q GO® 
QQQ nm^ QGQ I -C^ie" QQ09@GQ 

ia^Qi^oiQQ Qm q^eio I gem qQCfi_^.:9£^ 

^^JqeO' QGCr icl^ 9Q 9^GQ «t99 d BQ^ 
G9IQ SQIQQGQ (t^et) QIQ I «>^ G^^Q9 
€^*il€l Q 0€l QG9IQCQ Q$ §GiqaQ J^Q aiQ* 
Q%0 G9CQ (§ ^^Q*> QIQGQ 9^ <;>^1 a^PA 
OQ ^S^\^ q©Gfil^SQ -q^^ 0G« I <§ 
^QGQ G^QQG^ ^a1q9 €^« G9GG^ 6 

q^l^Q «® ^C9 ?^l g^e 9®|€1QGQ 
1$l«t G<ii^ gl^'StllCI OGC) I ie<'«^GQ q^Q 


Sam]uga egw — 1- Fight^ battle, 5 | (H-gQ. a) 

g'GafCI ( eQ« ) — 2. Samjoga ( Sec ) sn | 

GaiQI? Q?^— S. Preparation, 

g^qp GQif Q— 9». ^ ( CGI!?Q CI CQI^Q GOI© ?-€l!^GQ 

Samjuga goshpada q«qp Q| qi^i; ac^^giQ )— 

qi9|g>«l esq GQ» 019 $?>1Q — A quarrel or 

contest over a trifling matter^ tempest 

in a tea-pct. 

Ifaiifutft C0« ) — Samjakta ( See ) 

( g^Q©l— ^1 > 

Sampga ^Q 6991; QQIQ 9^ qaQ — Meetmg; 
i^ai{^qi)Q — ©ag©] union^ association j con- 

9f9qQ aQS9 £H9 ^i GatQ—2. (Nyaya- 

-Philosophj) The junction of two things 

which were hgreto separate^, [q— 

«>iiq Qflo aeGQ -^91 agi^^g^q^ ag'^a 

SQ^% aGQ) aai — aooGQ aa'gsQici 1) 
QSj^Q ©o»9 -cia^r 031 — sggi^^QiQ 1) 

^1— ac^!©^^ ^sMGQ ^^teaici I ) ] 

■*.! eai© — 3. Cohesion. ^ | qgg ^ 

Mixing: up. * I <«§«) <0I^« ^@^ caiQ 
9«J0I> Qal«— 5. (arithmetic) Addition 
of nambers. ^ 1 «a© — 6, Connection^ 
contacT -91 ^Qflj e9^eQ_7, CopHla- 
tion. r^ aQCJfQ 9i a^€i«l<?Q O^qiQ 
8. A set (of ornaments or dresa) (Apte). 

^ t aQiOff oiiiie^ £^Q{i<( ^i2ioid ^qeiQ' 

<teSQ qeii gjQQ-^. ADiancseibetweep tw© 
kings or powers^for a common object 
(Apte) e*l {G9?»€l) *g^ 6»'»l«^ q«»— 
10. (Astronoiny) The eoajanotion of two 


^'eaiGJ giQg 


( -9«»i ) 


«roat9Q. 


heavenly bodies CApte) ^^ i (^M|^aS>3^ 

(Grammar) A conjuncfc consonant (Apte) 

^^ I^Tq— 12. §iba (Apte). €0- 0. — 

^j:m ^■'fin e I qeaiCI— 1. G^ood opportunity. 

5 ! e'5'Qe€lia""2. Luck; chance, [i^ — 

6 — i 

** [ pyiQ] dS^ — 3. Ordainmentj decree 
Q^ — goq^ — Joined^ attached. [ €$ — 

QSi^ aqo (5)69 e^'QG^ 9*'gqiq !-&!©i- 

Sajnpga karaka Sl^l'ijQ «|% ei| (JQ eiiQCT q'e® 

9^-<I — Causing union (of two things or 

, .: "• two persons.) 

Samjoga bijoga 6 ^G©Q — 1. fleeting and 
separation. > | (q^^ '^^^\9Q a'q;^ 

6 GCr^ls — 2. (Metbetnatics) Addition 
and sabtraofcion. » | (cac>) <5;^t CgQ 
fl^fil^ 6,q^«®Qa — 3. (science) Synthe^s 

and analyst?. 

Samjoga biruddha gQ^Q q^Q q^qg ^i q'ao 

999Q ETft ©i© QeQ — ( articles) Which 
cause sickness or become poisonous 
when mixed up or uaed or taken 
together. [^— G€1IQ9 6 m'B, GOft 6 

GOi©Q, ©199!^ (^ efl gQia^ oaio q<*S0iC) 

Samjoga sSdhaka Causing or bringing about 

(<a°Gi31Q giy^i— ^1) union, 

^"QQ^IQ e'lyQ— ?. ^. ( #5^.©© )'~^^ %'^% ^%it ^1 


Qjg',— The act of uniting Itwo persons 

OP tilings. 

Samjogstmaka Qocaiei Ql ^5509 «^*Q gQWQI 
(Q°G0(aigOl— g,1) Qgq— Aiming afunion^ deal- 
ing with Union, 

Saiijoganta a$ i3l9!Q) — GQ^ Q\t9Si :^\ 

^fik© ^0 — (A drama or story or. nie^l 
or poem or plot) Ending with u^i<^; 
con^uding with the union of the hero 
and heroine or of the characters. 
[^ — g^GQlal^ ftjs®^ q^GQiqi^ fi$9Q^t9; 

Q^eaiQl^ 91^— e. ^— eo^ oit^Q ea«SQ QifeQ^ 

Simjogaata nataka 9*>9C!^i3'.'Gi ^-aO -aet — 
(S?esai€!l^ Ol&Q — ^9«aSi) a drama which ends 
in the uaion of the hero and heroine or 
' of its characters* 
g SaisiQI— GQ ^. (QQ**) -^ i 9<»ii^ 9Q9I> QQIQ^I— 
Samjogiba 1« To connect^ to. attach* 

^^^n ^^1 3 I 9i9a» «€)91 — 2. To arrange. ;^ 
^'^a^?3l [^—©©1 Q"G9iQ e9«©€^, 69 9Sfl 

Samjogi — t 1 q°GQiai?tQ©rr^lU Joining; uniting, 

(g°G9ia«i— ^1) ^ I <a'eQi«i ©^; .^"cat©©— 

/©SQI«l — :©9ea©) 2. ' Connected; ttaitedj 

, ccnjoined- 

g°GCiiSQ— GQ #. ?)^— t! GaiGcT; GSiq^r-i- ^^sf- 

Samjoge ^ | ©igj^g^- ^. On account of; owing 

c5[tcM to. [Q-,§!ga eas^ o ^oQx w^ 
%g^ 5°e0iGci9Ga giq i %3a, egqasiq© i ] 

*f* 1 ^^eaiSlQ ©l€)gl€^ -3. As a result of 

uaion, 

«fGOifi9 -qv^.. g'jfgo+^v^^ 1^®+©^* as>)— 

Snniojaka g'GQlQi^iei©;. 6Q ^;j«> Q^IO — 
(g^GGieQI-r^l) Uniting; causii^ ujoion* 

g'SflioQ— s^ © {35i,+g®^ t/is=Giai9 cQsii+^s** 

S^mjojana Cl») — t I ft^GQIQWej; ^JQ^I^Q^ 
{^GCH90 — ^833©) ^9s — 1. Mixingtupi uniting. 


.9"wie>9i 


( ><#>• ) 


^Q% 


J I Q^QQ — 2. Copulation; sexual union. 

3. Causing or bringing ^bout eohabi- 
tatiouj the act of bringing a male 
animal and a female animal together 
for breeding, v I GQi€)Q! Crf— *• Act of 
yoking. « l GSI^Ql—S. Attaching. 

SamjojanS 1. Samjojana (See) y | a^qtCQ — 
(^•6Q1©9— §^) 2. Preparation. 

^lai^O — 1- Compounded; united; ^mixed 
up; joined together. 5 I <I9 QQlaS^ ©eqiQ 

©qaiQ aoH sQiasQ eaici oq qiqq^i— 

2. Caused to be joined with a thing 
after having been dissociated from 
another. flfi | g^Oigi©*^ <1©^150-^ 

3. Brought together for the purpose of 
cohabitation or breeding, -o | Gfli^ 
0lCl^?l-4, Yoked to, « | eG»a| Qlfi^^Ql— 

6. Supplied. 

Samrakta SiQ^lQi — 1. Coloured^ dyed, ^ | 6©f€ri 
©|4*J €119 Q9— 2. Bright red; scarlet. 
«n 1 QS^IGQ©© — 3. Fired with passion; 
impassioned ( Apte ) . ^ I a© ^ ^j 
eeldCQ C^S^I — *• inflamed with anger 
( Apte ). » i GfllQO — 5. Enamoured; 
charmed (Apte ). ^ | ( +g§.© ) qoQ; 
flGOI'^Q — ^' Charming; beautilul (Apte). 

Samraksba — t. \ (§)QQiQ^,9QI€)^9l d^g^ ) 

(^•Gl§9 — ^*fl) GiSi OQQI — 1. Act of saving or 
protecting) conservating. 5 | «^1Q- 
yiQS— 2. Superintendence; supervision. 
« I a^a^W q^iQQi— 3.PreserYation;care. 
V I 9'?g©C!l<3 aa^ qS^I— 4. Conserv- 
atism; preserving of the old customs, 
* I ©€1| Q€ll> QSQIQ ^Q S9« - 5. Custody; 

charge (Apte). 
QQOQ— go. §a (S §. g«. (gqJ-Q9 yi^=Qal©Q9i + 

Samrakshaka ©f. a«)— 6Q Q9! OGQ; Q«I9IQ — 

(q«QSOI— q,l) Protector. 


eQflfii— 3-. 9. (aq^+QS di^+g«?.a«i)— g'QQ (6<M)a) 
Samrakshana Samrakaha ( See ) 

^fl^ «9— Q^ $. ( sifc^Q eeqici )— «- 1 si©lo q©- 

Samrakshana nlti Qj®e (^ QlPieo ^aiqlO f^^ 9 
OQ 019! Q©!^ Q€r*?lQ 80© — 1, Conser- 
vatism (in politics ajid society). 

gief QQI *q9l<3 —2. Protection of the 
interests of a country in trade matters, 

Samrakshana nitifca QGi^lO) — 69^*51ISQ q'QQ^ 
QdQ QQaia— Conservative in politics; 
protectionist in trade. 

Samrabdha gQ«H-©f , ©) — ^ I «^; q^-IS^©; 

(9'QH— ©) G:9ld!Q^O~l. Enraged-, impaesionedj 

inflamed wich anger. ? 1 9639 «£? ^9^ — 

2, Tumultuous. * 1 Qtitjft— 3. Excited; 
irritated; agitated. v | (+g5T» ©) — 
6^a»?® (9S»©«?I<^) — 4- Encouraged. » I 
^Q^©; qj^" giQO— 5. Augmented (Apte). 
5*1 ffQ Qiggs>l~ 6. Swelled (Apte). 9 i 
€jGQ©©— 7. Overwhelmed, r | QQIQQ; 
QaiQa"; QQ^Gi ^*q^— 8. Closely joined; 

-hand in hand (Apte). 

g'Qq— q*. Q. (35i^-hW« diS-=«fi? <?9©i^ qGr^i + 

Samrainbha QQ. a)— ^ I G^ltJ; qGI-1. Anger; 

(q«Q**Q— aWiOa^ lutyj wrath; rage. J J ac^lQ- 

2 Resentment. • I Qlf G>Q QITOiJ QMl- 

3, Lamentation3 wailing. is \ QV; 
a^ogjQ— 4, Pride; arrogance; hauteur" 

« I flOQ aGQQ; e^as^^QSQ aiql ejGQfl— 

5. Enduring eagerness or attachment 
for a particular object. ^ I g*Qq — 

6. Honour; respect. 9 | GOa— 7. Force; 
velocity, r | a9;» ja'Slfl) gQ— 8. Fight-, 
battle; conflict. S I (fl1©iai»l »«?) 9Ga€l 
dSOIQ €iQfik@GQ G^9I GqQI— 9. A pompous 
or tumultuous crowd; a crowd collected 
on a particular occasion, to | GQIft^lO; 
GQIQI— 10. Tumult; noise; hubbub. ^?. I 
36*19} a?5iq— 11. Ado; show. ^9 I QCW 
G^Crifl— 12, Turbulence (Apte). t«» I 


■«'Q?ll 


( 9^9^ ) 


jq«fi^S0 


Qoqi — 13. Hankering^ ardent desire; 
(Apte). ^tf I fi^SQei— li. Eagernessj 
anxiety (Apte). ^« I TOQ QM^Ci^l ^1 
agQ©| —15. Agitation^ excitement^ 
flurry ( Apte ), t^ I €^^a 39 ^— 
16. Swelling with heat and inflamma- 
tion ( Apte ). *9 I €$ai9— 17. Energy; 

zeal ( Apte ) , 

Samrambhl t | aC5 ^^«5* — L Wrathful. 

(q-Qq"®]— ^1) 5 I e<5>aQI<»^~2. Full of force. 

«r> I G«l«5;ifta — 3. Tumultuous^ noisv. 

V I Q^|<JQ — 4. Excited^ agitated, x I 
q^l — 5. Proud; arrogant ( Apte ), 

«f°qd9(<>l)— ^- ^ (^H + ^^. yi^«9«> QQQl + QQ. 
Samradhana(na) ^Qj + Cl )— ^ I agtiOl; 9e«9 

1, "Worship accompanied with pomp.- 
5 I aqblQIQgig Se'gJIQPdl'?— 2. Propitia- 
tionj conciliation ( Apte ). «n | qfl|ylQ — 
3. Accomplishment. ■* I €!<gQ ^IC> — 
4. Deep meditation ( Apte ). 

^•go— 9*- ^ ( g5i^+%fcii^=€iQ ©QQi+q^. a )— 

Samraba t I aq^i ^© €!£?— 1. High sound; 
clamour. 5 I GQiaiJ 6€li;;iq|0— 2, I^oisc; 

tumult; uproar, 

Samrabi qo.)— e I €isjpf^— 1. Resounding. 

(Q*'g9«ll— ^1) ' I WQiSiQ— 2. Sonorous, •! 

€Q!ft?llQ©l'3i — 3. Noisyj tamultuouF. 

g*€j^!€i— 3". ^€t. q' ( gflJ-^9^ tii^+wf. ao ) — 

Samrihana e3'§>eei ^\^9\ ( €Q^*aQ Qlgq^ 

(q<»q(5i|«l— ^1) €ll€|i qS^lsj qq ) — Affectionate 

ly licking ( as a cow licking her calf 

( Apte . 

Samrugaa «€l^«^® — Shattered; broken to 

pieces ( Apte J, 
d'^Q— Q», $^ ( qfl,+%fci, y|^=eqil 0Q?>l+05S', 
Samruddha © ) — ^ | ^^ — 1. Bound. 9 I 
(q'SJ^I— q1) a^S^Q— 2, Beseigend; blockaded. 
(e'eqdO — ©) « I «i>5^ — 3. Obstracted| restrain- 
ed. v|©iq^^-.4. Imprisoned j ood- 


fined^ shut up. « | Q|yigig^5. Checked- 
impeded ( Apte ). p \ SQa^o — 

6. Blocked up; filled up ( Apte ). 5> f 
djpiQ©! a^^ — 7. Covered over; concealed 
( Apte ). r I g^©3 €?S®— 8. Refused; 

withheld ( Apte )* 

g°^©— QV Q^. Of ( gq^+^9. di^=e^ga G991; 09«?i 
SamrOrjha +9^. S> ) — «. | a^© — 1. Mounted, 
(g°^9i— ^1) 9 I awQQj Q9\ qisj^Qi— 2. Sprout- 

edj germinated^ budded. *o | q|© — 
3. Born. "?J I g^® — 4. Well-grown; well 
developed, « | 9Q Q'Q^IQ^ ( 5^10 ) — 

5. Cicatriced; healed ( sore ) ( Apte ). 
9 \ -CQ^ 9*519 — 6. Grown together 
( Apte )^ 5) I ijg^ea £o;^a^ gi 606QQ 
^91 — 7. Firmly grown^ striking root 
( Apte ). « I ^1991 — 8. Bold ( Apte ), 

Q I agioS^— 9. Confident ( Apte ), 

g'^GQil— 9». ^ ( 9P +^fei,aiS«8fe9IQ9H-g9. a ) — 
Samrcdha «. i eqao; €>Ggii; ga^e©; QGGgy— 
1, Obstructionj hindrance. ^ I ajg. 
©91Qg!— 2. Restraint^ prevention. m ( 
9QO — 3. Binding down. v \ ^^ gjq 
»QqO €9^0—4, Seige; blockade, )r | 
©iqega— 5. Confinement. p f ©eaa— ^ 

6. Throwing ( Apte ), 9 i ( -f-QQ®. a ) 
69fJ ^^O «iaO— 7. Bond; fetters (Apte)^ 

r I go ©gQ^— 8* Stopping. 

Saiirodhaka ag )—g%qag|q(l— Confining, 

( ^''Gqygi — ill ) restraining; preventing. 

cfgQfcig— Q*. «> (a5i^+^fc(wi®+Q9, a») — as9iQ9i; 

Samrodhana ^•^^ gqgi — Act of restraining 
qo^<^, g-Gqy, 7 or confining or binding or 

goGqaQCl 3 preventing etc. 

gcGQ^-W*. « ( 3fl.+9». tJI«-€lt«8 G^l+«|- 

^amroha a)— V I 0^3 a©l— 1. Germ; sprout; 

seed-bud. .? t ( +Qg. a ) O^j €J|^— 

2. Birth; produotion. 

goQQfl_qo. Q (qq^+QS^ yi%+QW, ao )—«€€» 
Samlakehana QigCQ ©ft ©*Q«»— Characteri- 
sing; marking; distitigai«hing ( Apte )• 




( 9n9^ ) 


g*€)i^ OCJ^I 


gaiilagna ^ | Q'q^ — 1. Attached to; oonneo- 
(9<>ffiiai— ^1) ted with. ^ I ©o^GQ a^§© — 

2, Contiguous to. •> | <Ka^O; ^ftQ^ 

3. Brought into; mixed up. » I <1©^ 
QsT aiQ^IQl — 4. stuck together3 adhering 

to. » i sQ^o-a^i© g©«ai© Q§^f — 

5. Come to cKose contact ( Apte )^ ^ I 

6. Coma to blows ( Apte ). 

Samlagnika (*i$) — 1. (A person) Related to 
WfTjItW another. 5 I Q661I9 — 2. An agnate; 
^*^f^ kindred. (^ — g 69(q gofto"© g^g 

3%^ I) 

Samlaya gQ. a) — ^ | ©Ql — I. Sleep. 9|gflq — 

(G'^QJ^Q — aQt qa) 2 . Dis solution of Nature; 

universal destruction* * i ^ftiqj ©Qlfl— 

3. Destruction^ rain. 

Saiiiiapa K 1 sQ^Q qg«5 oaiq«i osai9Qao — 

[goaiSQ(Ol) — ao*t^3] l. Oonversatioc; die- 
(g»Ql9©_Qgj) course. y I QCftff^gT SIQ^^^j 

©GgwQSS' ©eaiasaoj g?sgQ <^^<^^ 

e<g)^l — »2. Friendly convefsation; pleas- 
ant discourse, • I <JQ ©«QQ €^@qiS|9j qg 
9*^19^ — 3. Confidential ^talb; secret 

conversation. ^ | gj^ g^«)§j 

4. Dialogue. 

^ Samlina ^ | Q«GQ1©S — 1. Joined together- 
^1 qQC«QQ«|-2. Clung; adhered to. 
(Apte). ""I fi^Wlsf© — 3, Hidden^ conceal- 
ed. (Apte), ly I q°^©9 — 4. Contracted; 
shrunk. » \ ^QgQ e«l9f 8Q!— 5. Cower- 
ing down. 

Samlox^ana <3l4'9[+ ^^. OQ )-^(a^| Q9'$[-^ 

Distuirbiug. { AptO- eflHfttC^SH — Confus- 

^ ing. (Apte) 

Sam5ae(ye) gadisftja <See). [ti^^p*^!^^^'^^^ 
Q ?!^^r«HH 9501. 5§e^MhSll«)| i] 


9*aw% aage-jqa ^f aaoii^qiQ aes) — 

e I SQ^' GQIS! q«<^9^ 0ftIQ9 OI§ GOI^ 
€iaa «QaM — l. A warrior who has 
vowed not to desert the batfcle-field. 
^ I (Qlfl) ttigi^^l G^QI ee€l«— 2. Name 
of an invincible army of Bisbnu (which 
is bound by vow not to flee from the 
oattle-field.) ^ I Qa Qg Qb\Q QQm (sa^" 
qiGO gd <^^GQ Oql Ql €)9d G?9I ^^6^ 
*5Q9©^) — 3. 'Forlorn-hope'; picked or 
chosen soldiers (those who have vowed to 
win or die.) v| g<5^^^ 0«IQ9I^ €^Q*fO 
GQieiQ^aOIQ^I^ 39 QGQ?>I 0IO Q'€1|StQg«»i 
€g|€|— .4. A warrior kept in the battle- 
field to prevent the flight of others, 
(Apte). « I 99691^1 — 5. A brother in 
arms. (Apte). ^t ?50m^ 90i1 OfiJ^^IQIcT €193 
0Q?i9t Q92^©1Q 9i9— 6. A conspirator 
who has taken an oath to kill another, 

(Apte). 

€!*€£>— ^«. ^ (9fl^+a<>)^^€«fil— 

Satisabda Mention; reference, (Apte) 

«l'€iQO— 3*. e (:«n+«Q. ai^+^9i ao ) — 

Saihsabdana v i g€]<^( Q€i9l— 1. Praising, f { 

«Q€J^Q — 2^. Making a sound' '^ \-^(^ 

ait C€? 9\^9\ — 3. Calling out to. (Apte) 

V f - €^G««tQQ^— 4. Refcring to. 

( Apte ). 

Sainsaya" q9, a )— ^ I 9G«§; ^GO^I^g 

^O — 1. Doubtj hesitation; suspicion. 

eyiQi _2. Dilemma. « I GQIG<?I 913; G<^al- 
^9—3. Feeling of uncertainty; scepti- 
cism; irresolution, v \ $9qi— i,. Danger; 
risk. (Apte), « i q?j9©]^— 5. Possibility, 
(Apte). 9 1 (»s_li^Q9'«) <!«yW'© ^^ 
q<?ig9 Q«l€i9 «fi>5 q^^q — 6. (Nyaya 
philosophy) Indecision. 
€(»flq 0€JQJ— fiQ. -^ — ^ I «l€09 QQ9lr— 1, To 
Samsaya kariba doubt. 3 | GQI CQl 818 G'^QI— 
^^M ^5 ^*a«l^dft,«PEiei^ 2. To heeitate. 


^•«q 9i 


( ^^ ) 


^to 


Samsaya grasta^'"^ Samsayakula. (See) 

Sams^yachQhheda g ) — ^GCf^Q ©Gfll©0 — 
(g*€iq€9QQ — aft'J^a) Removal of doubt; the 
['^"Ss^eiQW — P^] solutiQn Qf a doabt. 

^€I°€iqG£^— ^•. ^S* ^* (eaQQ; g«€iq^ 6g<5>» ©SQ 
Samsayachchheita eg, g*aq-pS<?- ai^+©^- 

9^€ii^€©^1 1 - QGQ9-»la-©l^— Dispeliing 

. 9''€1i^€S©«31 f ^* doubt; clearing all doubt. 

<^% I) 

Samsayajanaka gGt9€$^Q0 — ^Creatino^ sus- 
picion; raising doubt in the mind. 

€l'«q9©9 "«• $^—960^% ei^l — Resulting from 
Saiisaya janita doubt or suspicion. 

Q^ ^9 — 2, $— ^ ! ^6WG«|iJ; 5?<»6Q 9609 6919^ 

Samsaya jnSaa — Entertainment of a doubt 

or .suspicion in the mind. ^ \ (gQ qq 

92ti§'60f^e€llf<3 e9'?l^9 300^ — 2, The 
state of mind in which either of 
two aiternatives haa^'the appearance of 
truth when weighed in it. [Q— GQ!?<3 

Sariisaya do^a Hesitation or doubt compared 

to a swing or pendulum. 

Samsaya mUlaka Originating from doubt. 

Q^flq gi€iQ-q'. Q ( §ag )— a^as^a g^Q— Doubt 

Samsaya sag^ra compared to the billowy sea, 
S0msayastha Doubtful; hesitating ( Apte ) 


Samsayakula 96'»?9IQ aGQS*®— Doubtful; 
( mind ) distracted by doubt, 

(g»fli^i<jAil, q«ai^n$«9i, q^Qs^i^i^i, g-aqtO^-^l) 
trerqigt— ^».^^.g? (S ^1 (<?^«f|$j MqiqQ^, eqi,^^— 
Samsayatma ^910 — Of a hesitating nature; 
of a suspicious nature; scgpfcic* q®, ^— ' 

Doubtful mind. 

- Sariisayana ®§. a») —qogqi^ ( e^gj ) — 

(^«aqi»l^^^l) Sariisayaiu ( See ) 

g=€iqi©^9 --?, s?^. ^« ( wi^t ©©^ )— «^ I 3'*aqt5J 
Siiiiisayanwita ge^M^^a^ — l- Doubtful. -» | 

(g^^gqi^ ©l-<0 O^Qloa ©— 2. Irresolute. 

Saihs^yaiu ^QIGSJ ) — geO'^Qf; ^O^lfi"; ^G-S^^l-- 

Suspicious; hesitating:, 

Samsayita ©© —1. Doubtful. > I asfa — 
2. Uncertain, •! ^QQ^g^— 3. Supposed to 
bein peril or danger 5 endangered (Apte). 

9l^»i— ^i.-Doubtedj questioned (Apte). 

Samsayita q§. ©. ^qi, <l^)—QQ9IO— Doubt- 
(a*>€l^el— ^1) ^ ■ ■ ^ngi hesitating. 

Samsayopeta Doubting^ hesitatiJig 

(g°«Gi^IGB^— ^1) 

S a msarana q^G^ia^fl^ q<9IQ^ — Beginning of 
hostilities-, commencement of battle, 

SamSita QQQI+Oq\ ©X — ^ I -fi^Sl^ ^^''l^®; 

(qo^r©!— ql) 9 ^^©3 €»^a©— 1. Ascertained, 
settled; fized; decided; determined- 3 \ 
^©^1^2. HintSi3> indicated; attended 
to, *i ! a?t4 — 3< Completed; finished, v \ 
©91^©3 q^aio© — 4*. Accomplished; 
effected. « I ^511© €ll§©5 CIS^«1^©— 
S.Wbettedvsb'^pened, 9 » ©^I^IOj 


Q>SO QQ 


( 9«^« ) 


Q'ili^. 


Q® aiOQGQ Q^'s^ %6a a^^l<>^— 6« Care- 
ful or resolved to duly perform a 
religious vow. 9 I Qfll^ — 7, Completed, 
r I qS^^I^S. Sharp (Apte). 

Samsita brata gi9lQ 91 3*0 «> 36^ QOGQ 60)— 

aO^lOQIQ— 1. Performing religious 
vows regularly and properly; regular 
in tbe performance of religious vows* 
^ I GQ 99 9t»<» «Q qiQaft— 2, One who 
^ has fulfilled his vow. 

Samsitatma gi^K? nc> €$^9^60 a*«© 6 QQO©^ 

69!QaS One whose mind is thoroughly 

matured and discipHued (Apte). 

Samsiti Doubt (Apte). 

Samsuddha QSa a^^l^o— 1 • Completely 

( qog5$| — ^T ) purified. ? i gQG€i\a®5 ^W^ « — 

2. Polished^ refined «» | Qji^C^^^lQ 

asooaiQ— 3. Expiated, v | «aqb 91 

aOGQICI^q^— i.Accquitted (of a charges) 

«I Qiq ^^ 91 €J^^ ©^©Ql^— 5. JB'reed or 

rele ased of a debt or liability, 9 I g?l j$ 

gea a€J^© — 7, Thoroughly clean^d. 

g«q§_q*. 9 ( gq+^«. )-^ I mOi ^5»^G G€liyO— 

.^Samsuddhi 1^ Thorough cleansing or scpuring; 

(g-^<^«— 0^) complete purification. / | a5i*<9^ 

^^ 2. Purity; cleanness. *> I ^JQ\^ 

<5ig GQi? qi»'o— 3. Cleansing of the 
body by ablution. •* \ 9'€fliaG>> ^aio — 
4. Correction; rectification, « | Q«»- 
acjGQiy — ^* Aquittance of debt. 9 I 
aa^d% <il aCiGQia^ q^QQ— ^* Acquitt- 
ance from a charge. 

Samsodhaka +0^, 29 )— t r QQ^IQ9 — 

(9%eiy9l— ^1) 1. Purifying; cleansing. ^ | 

fl^GSIdOCig — 2. Correctings reforming. 

«". «. qr— ^ I q'ea^tK? Q^I— l. Purifier^ 

cleanser* 3 I 5»9IQ9 — 2. Heformer- 


Samsodhana SQ )— 1 I aQ^Qtf!^ QQqiftQ— 
(a°eei^©, q*^^ — Q^) 1. Cleansing; purifying- 
^ I ^fll9 Gfilld©; ^1^ «jg99^ — 2. Correc- 
ting; rectification. *o \ . 9«g!9 9€;9I — 

3. Reformation, 
g.^^_g», 9_t, I 9Q9IQ— 1. Trick, jugglery 
Samfiwat (Apte). > 1 qiqi — 2. lllueion (Apte) 
«> I ^0^©l^9; ©l<$9Q — 

3. A juggler (Apte ). 

qoQ^IQ^g., 9^-i-^i g^©9 — 1. Contracted; shrunk 

Srmsyana (Apte). y \ 9^^© — ?. Frozen; 

congealed ( Apte ). w 1 q^n c9i|Qg9| — 

3. Rolled up ( Apte ). -e l qQ e^ICi QIQ- 

^91—4. Collapsed (Apte ) 

go^^_eQ. 9 — ^ I fl^ia 5q9 — 1. Excessive love. 
Sarasra ddha 5 | oqq — 2 Fondness, [ gj — q 

^m^ ^VK €3 9*^SQ€^ a^ a^' © 9Sl^ q%®lf) 

^•g (g, Ql, 9l)Q— gv © (fl5?^+fi^ di^^—ejCflgiQ, 

Samsra (sra, sra, sra)ba 9Q9I, ClflO C>S!9I, 

4«9! Q9ti9+g9. a )— 1 I 9^9— ■ 

1. Connection; relatioBship, 5 1 g?(^^ — 

2, Relation. «» | g©a— 3. Promise, v i 
acrl9IQ — ^- Agreement; engagement. 
» I qCTQJ ^QO— 5. Meetings union. ^ | 
PSQieaiaa^Q C«*^— 6. Hearing attenti- 

vely ( Apte ). 

q^^aQdi— a^ © («o^+S^iii^+a9 )— e I ( +9Q^, 

SaniSrabana 99 ) 919 — 1. The ear ( Apte ). 

9 i ( +Q9- aO ) g^^9|— 2. Hearing 

( Apte ). 

q«sq-Q». 9 ( «q^+f at^=e99i 9991^ 01991, 

Samiraya a9ft<;i9 9991+9^ a )— ^ I aQfiiq.9j, 
afli^go — 1 . Refuse; asylum, resort. 
y I ( +^3- a ) gjg— 2. Acquisition. 
* I 9^19" —3. Overspreaditig; pervading, 
■s i ( -f9tf. a ) 9IQtfi— 4. Cause; reason. 
« \ 9l8aiQ; q^ — 5. A resting or dwell- 
ing place (Apte). ^ I (-f^9, 0)Q% 
aQq^.e. Protectio n; shelter (Apte)* V \ 


Q«fl& 


( SW^^ ) 


r^ 


q«a^ <3Q^ ao** gs^it? gecr g^€»' ai^^*— 

7. (Politics) A proper course of action^ 
at] e:spedient to be used by a king in 
foreign politics (Apte). [ C — qW'JQSl 

e^, ^s*?, QIC*, CI9Q, g'gq (^ e^y 1} a. ©^. 
^Gcr €^ig 9^Q|;ti ( aai— QS;^€««^i!q ) — 

1. Dwelling or residing witli. ? t 3^9 
9€Cr ©"^^ ^1 gq« — 2. Pertaining to. 

q§5 sell— qiQ 3sq ) 9©©! Qi a^q eQ©- 

?[9I— 3. Forming or seeking alliance 
with- seeking protection or shelter of 

(Apte), 

Samsrita €1Q€119«J1 — 1. Taking shelter under5 

(a^Q©! — %\) gone to for refuge (Apte). 5 I 

goq^^— .2. United; joined; attached 

(Apte), -n I agi^ g!^— 3, Supported^ 

sheltered (Apte), ©— «. | a^O ^«t9 — 

1. A dependant (Apte). 5 j a©^Q— 

2. Follower; servant (Apte). 
giO— «- ^Q (9Q + @^fcl!%=-il^^©Q«l QO*«iQ+Q^- 

Sa^iisruta ©)— ^ I 3©€]®; gQ^S— 1. Promised, 
agreed to. ? | ^^q ^ea ^ja — ^. Well- 

heard (Apte). 

€!^'^<|,"— 3. ©ei (^R.+^„9 fcll^ = SlS5aQ ©e!9l+©rf5 

Samslishta ©)— -^ \ smw©^l* Embraced 

claspedj pressed together. 5 | S@0 — 

2, United with; joined, en \ q«%5^3 qoSSr-- 
q^ — 3^ Connected witbj related to. 
^ 1 ©Q*^^l; 9Q 9©— 4. ContiguouBj ad- 
jacent, adjoiningi lying close to. » I 
(aq» ^@!^9l q.^'y^ig) qg-5.HaYingbeen 
furnished with^ endowed with (Apte). 

Samslesha £i)— ^ I a*^cr»— 1. Embrace, y \ 
qQQ— 2. Union, association. *» | Q^g — 

3. Connection; relation, v ( '^qQ^\^ QI© 

^•6?Jl€l"— 4, Contact. 

g^G&'S^-a'. «?. (gfl+i«^^i®+^9. ao)-<ii afi^crfl* 

s'amslesbana ©QQl'— 1. Embracing, J I QQ«Q 


SieCT *S^9\ — 2. Pressing together, m \ 

gg<j <3Qe 9©i9l<J — 3. Means of binding 
together (Apte). vi Q5T^— 4. Connection* 
ai I 9|<^|f — 6. Bond; tie (Apte), 

Samsakara Samskara (See) [€$— Ol^ 'S%£i^ 
gog^iQ Q(3 I 9©i9. €i€f'eQai i] 

Q^'Q^©— Qi. ^. ( g^. g*»a^©)— ^"^^Q QQI — The 

Samsakiuta Sanskrit language, [^ — 69S5? O 

<^0©. egg 8g|q© i] 

€l*€l?t— «•. §>^. (qp^+qQ©, yit"'®^^ 6901 + ©^^ 
Samaakta ©) — ^ | qoQg; qq^ QjQ^«i|_ 
1. Attached to, adhered; stuck 
together. > I Qft^^^^tSl— 2, Adjoining* 
contiguous, near. ^ I 39 ^; 3^^; 
CQ^Q qscr ?r©© — 3. Combined with; 
united to; joined or linked together. 
^ I £19^' — 4 Devoted to; enamoured of, 
* I qq^l© PJ© — 5« Spread on all sides^ 
9 \ GQieoq G^iQ ^^ aiQ^^J— 6. Blend- 
ed, mingled; confused (Apte). 9 | (gq©) 
©t^: q§ — '^« Having; endowed with- 
possessed of (Apte). r ! ©^^ — ^8. Res- 
trained (Apte). e I aq® Qi^aicf 9©^'*«>ffii 
9. Intent on; bent on (Apte). ^o | 9^; 
9»l G9ICi?i9l — 10. Fastened (Apte)^ 

^•g^T — q«. $- (3fl,+qo©^ yi^+g<?. ©)— e i @o%- 

Saiiasakti <^<s{q\ — I- Contiguity; proximity. 
^ I <j9q*OQ— 2. Close association^ 

union. ^ \ (§«») sQiaQ q^tftesfiiQ; eagf 

gfiQ QQSQ q®^ ?»© g<l — 3. Chemical 
affinity. « I QQSQI SQgl — 4. Close 
adherence, v | qg^lg- 5. Intercourse. 
9 I <a§i^©l — 6. Intimacy; intimate 
acquaintance (Apte). 9 I <I9^ ^>^0 — 
7. Tying; fastening together (Apte)^ 

r I e^l^g ciQi^ 9© fi^^ e9«5i s^gi; <9\<^ 

«95 7, Devotion; addiction to any 

things 


«^9^^'^ 


t 9t99 ) 


g-^eoT 


Samsakta manalj <.qu t«)— G9l«9 ©^ «€19I^ 
gQ ^•Qi* ©€j?l©| — With the mind fixed 
or attached (to a particular object 

(Apte). 

Samsakta juga Cl^lOlSO)— gjUSiSQ ,6Si^ QIQ- 
^91 — Yokedj harnessed (Apte) 

Samsad « e ) «. i q^j qq|©. <]©§ qSqi^I. 
Association; assemblyj iteeting; congr- 
egation; society. ^ | y<3«l©Q^; 9^qQ£^- 
2. A court of justice (Apte). 

Saiiisara Samasara (See) 

Samsara^a ^ | ©Qi glaiSQ e^QIQ'Q QTO 91 QWh 
1, Unobstructed march of a band of 
soldiers J unresisted march of troops. 
^ I QflO — 2. Going; proceeding, fl^ | 
aglQ; 3igiQ0 QQq— 3. The worldly 
concerns, v i qa©— ^. A person's 
worldly circumstances or means. •§• \ 

5. Main road, high- way, ^ | e9IQ6Q «Q 
<§ g»5?^ — 6. Birth and rebirth (Apte) 
9 I q^Q aQ*^— 7 . The commencement 
of battle (Apte). r I C?QQQ gjSQ Si^SeQ 
^^1 Q^^a^^Q'q aiQ— 8, A resting place 
for travellers nea r the gates of a city 

(Apte) 

^•(g*)€ici— QISQ. (s*«^^) «i^*— ^w>i g'a 6$€^gQi 

Sam(san)sara (^oq) — (A. bullock) Which is 
always breathing with a hissing sound* 

^'g^— ^. P («li^ +9QtiI^==3eg «Q9I, QWia OQQI + 
- Samsarga g^. Q ) ^ i ^a©; sr9»— 1. Connec- 
tion; relationship. ^ I e<?|«f 9«l99ecr 
0©^ QQSQ QqgJO ©€l©i — 2. Keeping 
CQinpany with anybody; familiar inter- 
coursej familiarity. «i | <3©^ ^|g. ^g^ 
avai«> — 3. Aagociation^ living together; 
co<existence. v i eq'a©; a«W5?0; ^WW— 


4. Sexual intercourse; eohabitatioo; 
copalatioD. TSt \ 9{^ — 5. Company. 9 I 
QQIQ geCT' P*^tf;" 9 ©« — 6. Commixure, 
junction; union (Apte), 9 I gi9©^ — 
7- Asgfociation (Apte). r \ cq'o^h — 
8. Proximity (Apte). q | |q — 9* Con- 
(^*3^^— 9^) tact, touch (Apte) 

Samsargaja Due to or resulting from relation- 

(aQQ^Ql — ^1) ship .or eo ntact. 

eea Ql GQIQqfill 6iQ©— ^. Q900— flQ<aiQ sqiq qi 

S:impargaja dosha guna bhabanfci q^ g°gd^^ 

*3€S — A man becomea good or bad as 

a result of the company he 

keeps. 

«I*gQ'^GQI«— e. ©. (>^1 ©©) t I 6^19)^9 srqa' 

Saiiiaarga dosha q^ ^gg^ — 1* Bad company^ 

evil association. ^ | ^^C^Q €QlQ— 

■ 2. The fault of intercourse, *» i (q. g, sq) 

a^a'^aS*© GQ19 — ^. Evil coneequenees 

resulting from (bad) association; the 

fault resulting from keeping company 

with .bad people, 
■gSQ ^QQl— ^*. ©. ( 5^1 C©^ )— 3WW 9!Q* Q9I — 
Samsarga lipsa Hankering or desire for 
(g*9Q*^ s^Q^— Q^) asBociation or sexual 

intercourse. 

Samsargabhaba g°acQ «g?i — 1- Want of 
familiar interc urse, ^ | (Oi|i^Q€)Q) 
§©y H^Q [93!— gid^Q (antecedent non- 
existence)^ gtl^giq^ ( Emergent non- 
existence) <S aS'f^lQ^ (^.absolute 
non-existence)] 2- ( NjSya philosophy^ 
Three kinds of want of connectiooor 
non existence (i.e. 2 kinds of relative 
non-existence and one kind of absolute 

non-existence.) 

SamsargI 9,© yi®+©|!. Q*^ fel«iee')— ^ j ga'^f 
(qc^g^gfl — ^1) I. Relative to j intimate with. 

> ig9Qt^9l'ql'— 2. Associating or cohabiting* 

• I ^^9"*"^' United; associated with, 

<'Aptc)»« I (aqpQ) ^eo- O^q^gi^a-^ Keeping 


•«a»;» 


( 94^9 ) 


9QIQ QiqOI 


conspanywitb; familiar, ^. Q, g;"' 

«. I QCfl; 99®Q — 1. Companion. ^ j 519- 

69l«1; a^^sS"! — 2. An associate. 

Samaarjana qaiQQl — 1. Commingliug. (Apte). 
5 I ©ticiQQ^ — 2. Leaving; abandoning 
fApte). ^ I QQQCQ^ — 3. Voiding; dis- 
charging. (Apte), 

^craa^— g*. © (^f^+^9: ai^— ci^» ^s39i+^9. a)— 

Samsaipa v | gq^Q^ o^lSSl GiqQ— 1- Particular 
i^°m] — 9^. qr) ^'^^^ of going- 5 ISQQ© QQ — 

2. Serpentine motion; movement like a 
snake, m \ gsQiQ^^ Q§|Q— 3. Spreading; 
extending^ diffusion, v | bl^€iq»; ^^^ 
<^q §91—4. Creeping along; gliding; 
gentle motion. (Apte). ♦! (-fa^QQ^.ra) 
8% qi^ ^&% ©SQ fl«5?|3 — 5 Tbe inter- 
calary month accruing in a year in 

which there occurs a Kshyaya masa. 

(Apte) 

Samsarpana q§.^"@9l— 1. Creeping along. 
■> I tigSMQ© SH^fl^ — 2. Surprise; unex- 
pected attack; rally. (Apte), 

SaiiisarpT q)— ei q.^§ ©Q saiq^Ql — 1- Creep. 
(a°g3"^1— %1) irig- ^ 1 feJlQ ei© Q§^QI —2- Mov- 
ing slowly. «i I ^$«© «^^9I — 3- Wind- 
log. (Apte) 
.ggiQ_q«, ^ (Qq^4-gQ.y!^+£t^. q^Q)— ^-sq^ (€Q«) 
Saiiisad ^ Samsad. (See) 

,gogiyo_g% (qq^+Qi^. ai^+^Q, a»)— «- 1 ^qiso; 

Samsadbana ' ^^IQQ — 1. Accomplishment; 
(qog.yjj^^^) completion. ^ i 919—2. Obtain- 
ing; getting; aoquisition. ^ I ^19§l — 

3. Settlement arrangement. v| Qd^dlQ^ 

-4. KilliDg. ^ I WITO- 

5- Extinguishing. 

-^^dlQ-g'. ^ (^^J-^; feil^=eiq» g^^^i+ay. a; 
Samsara e9€^'oieQ Qiita^ SiqoiQPO «Q^)— 
e I ©Q©; q?l^3 fiQSW; q^te«3«5 ^'5»5<3Q- 
1, The world; the earth; the creation; 
the mortal -world; course of worldly 
existence; earthly existence. 5 I ^1^'- 


©» ©Q©— 2., The world which is full 
ot illusion. «> I CI9Q»il9<^Q; fl|^l9«?0— 
3. Fascination of the world; the 
worldly ties, ys \ q^coi Q190— 4. Idea- 
lism; the state of being addicted to 
delusive pursuits, » \ qi'aiQ© §Qi^ — 
5. Worldy affairs; worldy concern. ^ | ^ 
W ©»**l g*^«© 9Q9IQ— 6. One's family 
(consisting of wife, children etc.) 
9 I aif^^a^^QQQQ^I — 7- One's house-hold; 
eking out one's existence with family, 
r I eo^qi© — 8. Human society; the 
mankind*|(€^ — g*qiQ Cl«6€< C^^q, SiyCf 
Oe»6Q QQq 1 QqQ6Q0Q. 0^&&\ I ) 

9* Tracsmigratioi); metempsychosis; 

succession of birthg. (Apte), 

6Q. Q— ^1— Wife. [ sai— sal9» 

9 cij^ ^'QiQCi esiai9 ©Q5M% ae^ 1] 

£ Q^ — q^qQSQ flsj ^QQ as — ^^qQ€(\ 

G^^ q^eilc^g^ e^isi g^Gs^ os« 1 ^@ 
ao QQ^SQ qii afl qsigq aa^ii ^il^^ gqo 

^QGQ% 'QQaG©^ *QQ<f, 'aQ^IQ' 

€l'QiQ Q€J01— GQ, ^ — a"g|Ql GWI5 ^ilg^lQCir 9SO 
Samsara kariba qqqc:^! OQ<?li 019*3'! a^fi^qo 
5Rnt^^5t ^'er^ ^^*n ©Q9[— 1. To be a house- 
holder, to iead a family life (with 
one's wife and children/, to b^ a man 
o! the world j I QQ qfllCGQ 0^91— 
2, To live and move in the society. 
*• I ^^I'S' 9QVI — 3. To marry- 

Q'giQ 0i«9— e. Q (^a© w^iii)— aQ^i 8q aaq^ <S 

Samsara kanana aQ©^q« q-qiQ— The world 
compared to a forest (which is impass- 
able and beset with dangers,) 

Samsara kamana (basana) G^a^igOI—l- The 
desi^ iot the enjoyment of the world 


ia-jA tn^ttai r^AMM 


QOQIQ Q\^ 


( 9<?r ) 


<a«ci|Q QQ9t» 


5 I g^l^^^ ^WOfi^^Ct 9IWI— 2* World- 
ly desire. 

SainsSra kami Q«|^€) ; ^^IQO 6^609^— 

( ^•^(€1 Mfl'fll— ^1 ) Desirous of worldly enjoy- 
ment- 

g"€IiQ 9IQ-fl',0. ( ^99 95fi(l )— €0?^S1I»I qeO* 
Saiisara kara ^q© q^giQ — The world comp- 
ared to a prison or dange on (as a man 
of the world is' sorrounded with the 
fetters of illusiona^ delusiona and 

nnrealities. ) 
^•CIIQQ^— 9% Q. (§99 Qfl'fcil)— { eQS9 ^J^Q^ 
Samsara kapa Q9Q| GQ09Q Q»sr!Q€Q €(^59 ©3a 

The world compared to a well- 

€i"£ii^(g) QflC— «^» ©. (5q!©©^) q^asQ Q.Q»*'qi — 
Samsara(ra) gama^^a Ee^birth after death{Ap^) 

g°QiQ q^— 9*. 9. ( 9^1©® ) — t J 0QGq^€i — 1. 

Samsara guru God^ ( lit ) the preceptor of 
the world. 5 | 9|PGQ9j QQQ^~-% 
Gupid. lust personified. 
[ €^—^^9 ^6fi» 9 €«©§ Q'giSiq^-aflQ- 

gicrssi — ^9^q'a*', ^ol© i ] •" 1 ^ag 00- 
3fll©Q ^ 9\ SaiQi^ij gflg 9QQCII9Q 

q^giggj^ 9t9; OQOq!^ — 3.World-teacher» 

■0 I g?ig 9a©€l f©T 9*)9-4.. A personage 

revered by the whole mankind* 

g.QlQ o@— g. Q ( ^99 9fldi9s^ )— ^ I ^a«aiia«efi 

Samsara chakra 0® QQ c^a^l ^'310 — 1- ^b® 

world or worldly existence compared 

to a revolving wheel. 9 I 9IQH'^ ®^ ^ 

QQ!S\ — 2; Succession of births and 

deaths of a living being ( Apte ); 

g(og|Q@_g. Qg), q» ( ggiQ + ii yi®=©!S)9l+9f. 

Samsarajna a )— V I g'gjQ Q«i^6Q S€i^ 91 

(g^QIQ^l—^l) g^«5<g_l. A person having 

worldly knowledge or experience- 5 I 

qogiSiQ ©CTQIcr G9 9lfi9€J ©6« — 2. Worldly 

( man )-, worldly-wise. 

^•eiQ ®9— Q^.CiC*^!^?! 3>Ql 09 )— Q'qiQ a<^®e« mQ 

Sarasara jnana 91 3Q@9I— Worldly knowledge 
orexparienci worldly wisdom^ expedi- 
ency. 


q^giQ 900*"^, 9 ( %99 9rffiii )— 99001 ad"!© 

Samssra taranga - afQ9t cCliq, QQCr qcCT' 
^Q9I 9q QI€}Q9I gsiQ—The worldd 

compared to waves. 

g**eio 9i®«i— ff. 9 ( %99 9ifcii )— Q*9ig eQ99iqi 

Samsara tardana a^^9 9^— The buffetings 
g^giQ <5tei "J of the world, the 

gogiQ 9^^! VaO^i^Q sorrows or tribulations 
g^giQ 9i9Q.| J of the world, 

( 9"gi9 ©i@9— 9^ ) 

SamsSra tiuahna ©iq©!— Inordinate desire for 
enjoyment of worldly pleasures 
^•^IQ ^^— «. 9 ( q^giQSQ 9ig 9Q9I ©H^Q 9ei«ilci, 
SamsSra dharma a$:f ) — «. I q^SQ 9^©*i@0s^— 

1. The duties of a householder, j | gog[Qi 
9i§Q q$l 91 apglj ©!^V — 2. The state 
or qualities required of a man of the 

world^ 

gogiQ gg. (q|Q)— q.. © — e I ( «. 9. €9. ) ( g'9!Q% 

Samsara patha (marga) ^i ©I© aa )— qiOGQI© 

(^"giQ qiQ— 39^9 ) ( QQStt 0a€Q sn© %?i^e© 

Q^q Q<] )— 1, The mother's genera- 
tive organ. 5 i (^99 95Tdl) S'-giQ €II9I- 

ea ?»i fli©^ qga" ^a© s*3|q ©i ©9®©©. — 

2. The world compared to a roadj 
worldly existence. «> I ©99©©Q QSOI- 
0$ — 3. The courae of worldly afEairs 

(Apte). 

^•QIQ gi^Q— 9". © ( §9© ©^Jdi ) — 9g1§ gf a ^ecr 

Samsara prantara oa© g*giQ^The world 
Compared to a vast waste or wilder- 
ness, [-^i— o^ga 9°gig©^^ hJ<3 i ] 
e^giQ 9®9— a*. © ( 9^^ ©©^ ) — ^ i q^^ig 9i9«j 

Samsara bandhana , aQ?l©i qiJ^lj ftls^l©^© — 

1, The worldly bond or ties, j \ q'giQQ 

a96^ — 2. The attraction of the world 

^•eiQ 9ig — Q*. 9—^ I ^^aiQGQ ©Qg^^ 9Q ©5©l — 

Saraaara basa 1. Worldly life or existence. 

('a=gi©©i9]— ©g)) y I gQ9i© 6 ©a^ g^^ ap 

GQ€» ©©9Q^I 9991 — 2. WorldlinesS3 the 

life of a worldly person. 

goQIQ ©981— ^^'^ © (9fll 0©^j Qra€)9 ©9^ SO 

Samsara^ bitiashna G©qcm; Q«9|QQ Gq©©QI« 


' (^QIQ 0©eQ QQ 0€)Q1 


( 9«9« ) 


a«^Q@ff 


MQ «q«i, a^iQ l^Q-c^g «J 5?iqra©i_ g© 

gard for worldly 
coacerns. 


m^ Wl3 ^3,1^ I qc. ^^ 


©qcil^ 39IS! e?Qsi1 


e^aiQ €19SQ QQ «QQI— SQ. #— Q**9!Q «>€J9I 
S^rhssra bhitare ghara kariba ^ (5 ? (gQQ)— 
3fv»rt^ ^^ ^^, Iv^ftC^ ^ Samsara ^kariba 

^•^'C^ ^ ^?:^ 1 ^*^<^ 2. ( See ) 

99©» I ] 

' Saihsara maru g«^^ ^Qlft fl^"^^ ^@® ^«?^ 
go^l^ — The world compared to a vast 

desert, 

€i«€iiQ Gfli« (efljQS:)— ^^ 9 ( «^1 ©©J— ^ I ^°aiQ^ 

Sarasara moksha (mokshana) q^-l. Eman- 
cipation from worldly life. J I q.09^^ 
Qg_2. Emancipation from future 

re~births. 

g^QIQ iai«i— 3°, 9— t I ( ^as> «5Tal ) Qi^l 0) Qfl^ 

Saiisara jatra «leGr <g©0 q«q?Q— 1, The 

worldly existence compared to a journey. 

5 I ( ^1 ®q) 9(19001^1—2. Livelihood. 

SamaBrallla ^§i©g»^l€i— 1. The world com- 
pared to a pastime or game. 5 I ( 9^ 

qiQ — 2. Existence in this world. « | 

3, The enjoyment of the world; worldly- 
pleasures or pastimes, j.-?? i ^99Q\9\', 

4, Livelihood. * | awaiQ^; 9^91 — 

5. Living^ being alive. 

gamsara lila sanga heba Dying} death. 

^^<m 5fw ^m ^^^ ^'^pc ^'Vs'r %^ ^5!r; 


q*Q|Q giiilkl QQi^ !§<d9l 


^ Samsara samudra (aaa^ara) BQ ©glS* ^Q>Q, 

The world compared to the billowy^ 

deep and wide ocean^ 

«I*0IQ %^ — 3^ ^ ( $;^1 S©^ ) — ^ 1 gig*Q g« — 

Samsara sukha 1, Worldly happiness. Jl^'^i'SJ 

^€Q' — 2, The pleasure or happiness 
of the senses ( enjoyed by a worldly 

person ) 

g^giQ G9QI— ^°» ( ^^1 ©© )— ©QOQ Q^qiQQ' 

Samsara seba €^Q$1Q — Seryice to the beings^ 

on earth, [ €}— -^Qi CiQ, ?Dai SQQ! SOI, 

©i©Q^iJ^e^Q <g«i ^gi &jQ9i q»giQ eg^i 

Samsara srotah Q^^^fjeia aQ a?5^t|lt SflS^^jQlS) 

g«3lQ — The world compared to a 

current, 

Samsara hata ^©qiQ — The world compared 
to a market. [ €5— ^»ia S1?Q 91& 601, 

iq-eiQ GS^-^**- ©— flli^l} ^"QIQQQ 9Qg9«Q91Q«r 
Samsara hetu 91 aWli — Illusion^ delusion. 

r Q— fl* easQ 9^5^ 9^16^, <3G€i g°giQ- 

69^ 9!6€1— 9€iaia-.^€|99 f] 

ei°€iiq»Q^— ^••9^-g[° (9«1 ©©)—^i<'^igg9 (G9«i)— 

Saiiitaranurakta SamsarSsakta { See > 

( Q-giq^^dl— aQM^a ) ( fl''3lQ QQ§— 99QI® ) 

g^QiQQQ^"— <a-. 9 ( 9^1 ^^^ )— ^*3i«^9 { GQa ) 

Samskranurakti SamsSrSsakti ( See > 

g'ei^Q^n— a^ 9 (^Q9 9^ai)--q'^iQ «!«»«> (69«)— 
SamsSraranya Samsara kSnana ( See ) 

goqiQifl— Qo. 9 ( ^99 )— ^ I ial»*Q« 391©— 

Samaai;aBramft 1. Worldly existence. > i qgQ 

a9a»i q^a^Q*'— 2;Tbe living or state oi 

a bousefaolder or we^rldly man. 


!«<!•» 




fifQi^Q^ 


( 9W« ) 


qog<^ 


;pSamsarSsakta Si^Qg ) - 1 I GQ ^l^giQ^ ^9^GQ 

( Q*'9iq3S^l — ^1 ) 1. EDgrossed in worldly 

concerns. 5 I gi»3l€)S> QQq QQ S§>ga1 — 

2. Addicted to worldly affairs, 

€I°QigQ9. ©^— g«. ©^- -r ( 5*^1 ®®^(^ Q-^Ql^) — 

SamsSrasakta chitta ai^lQ €)@i Q°gi€l 9© 

<a*a!q39 Q<^^\% ^ a^Q^ — Having the 

^•giQa^ ^^\% [ ao^tsa mind engrossed with 

«°^i<5!^§ fQ^ worldly concerns, 

SamsSi'sSakti ^gq q| egaiQ g© gg^ ^ 
a§?Q5J — Being addicted to er engrossed 
with worldly concerns 
goQigj— e<5». Q^ (g°. ^''g|«g) — grgiQSi- Worldly. 
Samsari ^Q, Q — q^aiQl (€<?«) — Saiiisati. (See) 

QgiQQ(Oi)— GQ- ^^. (^. QI«3I€30)— S|"9i^Q ( GQQ ) 
SamSHrika(kS) Sariisarika ( See) GQ. ^— q9g 
Itv'Ttfil^ «>''9 — A house-holder, ( 6$ ^ g^Siq^l 

^•^rfi;^ QSQ gQ «q a^ ss I qIsihq o^\ 

gg*?! 1) 

Samsarika(ka) dhatma Ql^g^ — Worldliness- 
5i^>rt^ m^fi ^>itft^ iPr'^ the duty of a house-holder 

Sl^lHQ- '^?*'9 i^Qs I) 

QQi€!Qi a© — GQ, Q- ( a**. Qi°gi<)© fla )— ^ 1 eg*- 

Samsarika mata gg|©6Q ©9?J5! flS-l. Opi- 

l^^te^ 5f^j ^5!tl%^ ^^ nion of the human 

B'^T^ffcT society. ? | g|q|©© 91© - 2. Worldly 

intents and purposes; opinion of the 

society in which a person moves and 

lives. 

Samsari ^ | ^gi^l eqg — 1. A man of business. 

(^•ai€i«1— Sil) 5 I q^a Q*ISi— 2. A householder. 
«" I «*9ig99 Q19— 3, A worldly man^ 
a man of the world, v | gi^lj CG900I 
9iq 019^4. A sentient beiagj creature 
(Apte). * I €il9igi -5. The embodied 


f? r 


fipiritj the indiYidual soul, qo^ ^g|, q»,^ 
^ I Q»g|Q6Q Ql^ Q^9\ — 1. Living in the 
world, ^ i ^•Qiggg (eQ$l)— 2. Saiisara- 
sakta (See). «n | qq©q — 3. Of the world. 
•tf I C°q|Q Q5l©1q; ^raiQ^— 4f. Worldly; 

mundane, 

Samasari paau g^^jQ G»6^?i^i t«g-income tax- 

Saiisikta K I g^J ^gg ^, gp,g^ ^^g ^^^_ 
(a'^gi — %1) 1» Completely moistened or wet. 
(^°e^^— 9) ^ I <^QI ^Q^Q— 2. Very damp, m \ 

%i Q^'GQ QI^ @g| €I»Qa!<J 91 1391 OIQ- 
eiM— 3. Sprinkledi watered. 

S^msiddha ^gg ^f^j^l. Well boiled3 ftiTly 
boiled, y \ ^q^o^^f^'^ gg'^ft; qgg|^s>— 
2, Well accomplished. « \ Q^^^qq ^^^ 
219— 3. One who has attained unquali- 
fied success; perfected, V I g^Qg®^ 
4. Natarali accomplished or perfected 
by nature. «l». Q— 9§ gfg ©s^ — j^ tnan 
who has attained morai perfection by 
practices during several cycles of exis- 
tence, [q— Qa^Q^C))®! gio ai^Q a§ €0 
eaia^^ q^ig^Q ®i?^a, gpgoGQ qq 

»«^SQ g§>-6 ai?ll». ^'igCtlOC? QQgiQeQ QiSi 

^91 €310% €9$ adi S^IQISJ g|yQ, ^gjgj , 

<$SQ ©Q «Q Q'JQIQQ GQIQ Qlygj ^q^q 
G?1Q »€$ g^giQsj GETQ 39^ Q\^\ geflQ 

g-g^-3%^. ( gq=aq*ig-j-9y yig^+gg. q )— 

Samsiddhi 1 1 g^Qj Q?©— 1. Nature^ natural 

quality, 9 I gi^^© 91 giy^g a^gi— 

2. Natural state or oondition. m \ ^q|Q*- 

3. Completion; accomplishment. ^| 9^- 

4. Perfection- suacesa $ | ^^^, — 5.Final 
decision. ^ \Q%%^^6. An iaebriate 
woman. 9 I Sflis; aqflS— 7. The final 


VQS)- 


( 9^9t ) 


^"9*^ 


liberation of the soul from the material 

body; beatitude. 

Samsiuti v | ( +ay©6i^. Q ) ft'giQ — 1. The 

(qcgQ — ^^^ world; worldly conditioD; world- 

liness. ^ I {+^9' © g?>l9J e^^t®?— - 

2. Current^ flow. <n i g^gqQ^S. Going 
together or with^ accompanying, v | 
a<3l£?Q giqlc qccr RQ^ — 4. The Yolan- 
tary dying of a Hindu woman with 
the death of the husband*, the practice 
of Suttee; self-immolation of Hindu 
wives on the death of their husbands. 

Samgrushta 9*qa «i^ — ] , Connected or 

joined to. > |^Si©j ^S"©— 2. Combined; 
mixed with. <n | ^©g^^ig. q^© — 

3. Cohabited by, v | ^©qogQ^^^^^ Hav- 
ing had relationahip. q«. q, (+Q© O) 
q5|,^ — Connection^ reIatio|i. 

' Samsrushti 1. Intercourse; cohabitation. 
> I qI^qA— 2. Companionshipj asso- 
ciation. ** I 9«ft»— 3. Junction, *1 ^^QQ — 

4. Connection^ relationehip. « j ><jg^ 
9@ei — 5. Amalgamation. 9 | -ooia^ig; 
<19iaSi^ ©1—6. Coparcenery; jointness 

^ in property. 9 I ©l9t|Oi?|Q eeOQ^ 

afi«©lQQ <9Q 9ai69Q— 7. (A figure of 
speech whidi is an) Indication of the 
mizture of several figures of speech in 
any part of a literary composition. [Q — 

QQ^Q ©QGaa ^9€Q Q^^, 6^0169 3*9 ^ 

qq^l-00 qi- q € ^Q^ o^d y 

Qi<;ig OQQ 9ieSj 

SariisiushtT ;49^ flWlTOl^l- -I. Living together} 




(eeq'^l— «3) cohabiting. 3 j : ^Qla«^— • 
3. Joiut in food. • | ^^€I|09^q qjjqteO; 

-0010^9^1 '^S^ —3. Eennited after 

separation (with one's coparceners or 

relatives or cosbarers.) 

eG«9— ff. 9"(9fl, +^©. yi9+QQ. a)— ^1 Olif 9501— 
Samseka 1. Sprinkling. (Apte) y \ aigf q^iqqi — 

2. Watering. (Apte). 

Samskarana 1 I «qiQf qqiQ ^qij 8^«1gQ« — 
1. Purification^ reformation. J | Q^ 
© Q'lQ flgq© — 2. Repair. GO. Q — ^ | SSf 

JR^*! g§0Q30ia— 1. Editing of a printed 

^'^^:m book, J I €«lQt gt^oQ qQ4Q aQ — 

2. The edition of a book. 

Satnskarfcta ^i<3%|Q^i<33 — ^- Reforming; refin- 
(■^^^1 — %•) iog- -» I a©^©!^— 2. Purifying. *» 1 
ajC>©; «4®3 — 3. Digestive. « | qQQOQig 
—4. Repairing, g. ©. Q*— t I ffqlQOI'31 
9^9^!. Reformerj refiner. y\ g^^ 
QQQ1^S9 — 2. Purifier. •! 9109} a^l-^ig— 

3. A c50ok, IS I €9 flqfl© «6Q — 

4, A repairer, 

Q^IQ-g\ $ ( aq^+9' «ig+^©* 93^ afiiq)— 
Samskara ^ 1 ^ifeloQs — 1. Purifying; refin- 
ing, 5 I 9€|^Q^ — 2. Cleansing. « |qgq©3 
«sSlQfQ— 3. Repair, ^ i QgaQQ^— 

4. Preparation, « T^^— 5. Purity, p | 
C5ia»; ^^^"qi — Q. Turification; recti- 

' ^yiog- V \ ^\^Q', fll©91 — ^7. Polishing- 
rubbing; scouring, r | Q§© OQ^l; 
ao«©Q€i— 8. EmbellishmcBt; adorning, 
^ I O^q gGflliiQ— 9- Correcting o recti- 
fication of mistakes. lo| 9*i|gQgja€i ^9®i 
— ICGrammafcical correotion;grammati- 
cal correctness. ^K | QQQ^ll. Cooking^ 
dreaising. «.5r.9««QQl593IQO»-12. Boil- 

cicncy due;' to study or learniiig; refine- 
ment} education, t^ I 91I9QQ €ll^eQ 


<r8iQ^ 


( m^ ) 


9*%IQ 


^"♦^^ — 14, Proficiency in grammar, i«! 
e^€l— 15. Velocity. ^9 I Q,^"tQ f©- 
giag®!— 16. Elasticity. ?.9 t bllQal— < 

17, Impression, tri 9^% Q€tPQQ<wg — 

18. A fixed ideajlde fixo*. ^q| 0^ ©Q^- 

9<3i^ ^Qj ai^O Q^ — 19. Subconscious 
recollection of the events and actions 
of one's past bi^tb; instinct or idea or 
impression left on the mind about one's 
previous birth (before the present life*) 
:?• I (Qflbaigj) «isie^%© 96«>I9^> q«i 

©Sflg (£i(j©9lQ) — ^20. (Hindu philosophy) 
Mental faculty due to memory. [ Q — 
O^'l ^"^d:— SQCllfil** ^**q»Q, S©ai90 3*qiQ 
d QQOtfill e^^lSl I] ^l I (990 9Qg«l)— 

a«? ©Q «q^i ^scr accr ©i aosq ©i© e^g^Qi 

G©€©9 aiQSIl (aai— 5?!®^ gO^lft) — 21; In- 
stinct; animal instinct, j ? | fl^aio giq 
Q 91IQ e€liy?> — 22. Purifying .an article 
by uttering mystic formula. ^«» I esiS^j 
a€^q«i^O ©«Gq©0— ^3- Sprinkling with 
hallowed or consecrated water ^v i 

24, The specific religious ceremonies or 
purificatory rites which consecrate the 
body of a Hindu belongiog to the three 
higher or twice born castes, [ Q^ — 

«. I Q^'bio { QiaiQ^ gai^t^ GQ 

<n I alfle^ifts^o; (aiyiQ« ©aiesi aiySa 
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( ft^'i* ) 




Obsequial rites. (Apte) GQ.Q— ei €IQQ»!9 
^?^1^ ^s^l — 1* Cremation^ j I q'^© ^"^l — 
aa'^sfil^ 2. The Sanskrit language. ( ^ — ^^Q 

I'v^^^ gg«! ag gqs©, g^qtQ gi^© g^e© i ©Q?ikia» 

9g>^3 ^^— Purified, (g^ — gf gij'^c* gcc^ 

8Q6© fill©! l) 

eftiQ©-^- ^^ ^ ^- ^' (^^.+ ^ dl©+Q|. a©)— ^ I 

Samskaraka q«»a§(!J 6^ Q*^IQ ©CQ — 1- One 

(•a^^l^J©! — ^!) who pef forms or initiates 

reform s> reformer. 5 j aiog — 2. -"A 

cook, «> I ea flQCI© ©e©- — B. Repairer. 

tf I CQ 8Q^I© ©e© — 4. Cleaner. ♦ | 

G« G€lld©©&©— 5. Purifier} refiner. 

g'^IQ 9€J©!— 6©. «^ — ^ 1 9<aiSJ9l— 1- To flavour 

Samskara karibS water— boiled curry by 

C?pt^55tC5f^?(t ^mnis^r frying it with spices 

in oil or ghee. [^ — ggQ <?!€© 3a 

«i©^ q^eaia ©s? e^^i© ©Q©=-o^©iq«^ 

©fi^Q j^ ] 5 I q*5 ©t asi^ ©Q9I— 

2. To purify. «n | qgq© gq^i— 3, To 

repair, 
Q'qiQ^-^'. esi. (^0^1©+©© ai^+©f . a)— 9«4iQ 
Samskaraja <gi!g gf® ©I ej^Ci — Due to or pro- 
(q**g,I©©€?Oj q*'^|Q©©'J — ao*i^9) duced by re- 
forms; resulting from reforms- 
^^IQQ9Q_go ^^.— t 1 g»q|©Q €^qiQ©— !• Caus- 
Samskara janaka ing or producing recoUec- 
tioD of one's past existence. > I ^^- 
gi<^5) — 2. PurifyiBg; producing purity. 

Q°4iQQ©-g»- ««. q*.— C**^' ©© )— g'qiQ 9iq 

Samskara pata a^^lq©— Purified by purifi- 
(qo^lQa ©I — %\) catoiy ^ites or refinement. 

e^'^lQ ©©S)(©^©)-g'. ^^' qi** (•qi ©©J— ©a a^qiQ 
SamskSra barjita (rahita) gjQ; QQQi^OlO a%l© 

(g'q,l©©©©l— 9.1) ««i© (aeTi©^ €l© 5 ea 9©!© 

©69) — One who has not undergone 

the purificatory riteS- 

QSI.IQ ^©(g©)— «• ^«. gr. (*»qi ©©)—©!©•'; eiaef 

Satnskara bihina(bina) ^©|€d ^'©i&QQ© 9^iQ% 
(Q'^IQ9'Sl©l— '^1) 9©© ©Q^QI €9%C^ Q©© 69IQ 


Ql^ — ( A person of a twice born 
caste) Who has lost his purity by giv- 
ing up the purificatory ceremonies. 

l<^ — eae^* ©i§^ t* ©9 ©1 » ^«' ©!q©i^^q 
©^"^©t ©^©*tia ©GQ <§ ^f> ©q' aa^^©© <$4 
©1^5 ©i©i© gj^^l s©o ©1 Q^SLiQ'a©©! ©G^j 
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3°^©— «. ^«. g* ( gfl^+<s ai^+©^. ©3 g «iQsi )— 

Samskiata k\ 9€?G€1'.^©; QQ^^— 1* Purified> 
(^•^^©l^^l) rectified. 9 1 q*aiQOy g'a©; «i^a — 
2. Accomplished- • 1 g^T^©j a^g^l^a— 
■<. Coneecrated; hallowed, * I g§^0|^€©> 
a©o^© — . Decorated; embellished; fur- 
nishedj adorned _ siaQ^©-— 5. Clean- 
sed. ^ I QQqi»©; qi©''©— 6. Poliahedj 
scoured^ refined. 9 I 9«^— 7. Boiled, 
r I 99 — 8. Ripened, t! | qag©^9. Con- 
secrated by means of mystic incanta- 
tions, ?.o I G©i«a©»i ©I €$j^€i©*i ©qaiQ 

g^l — 10. Correctedi rectified. f.ei@6QfiQl- 
^©—11. Perfected} made faultless. K9 \ 
9!d ; 9il©©Sl9^ (€1©) —12. (word) Formed 
by following correct grammatical rules; 
grammatical €«* I ^^©^69 gg© — 
13. Carefully prepared with a view to 
produce a purified article. ttf I ©ftl 
0|Ci?19t — 1-^. Cooked- dressed. ^« | ^^^} 
G^%~-1^* Best; ezoellent. K^ \ QQ^ 

^©i©^i§Q aiq©^©g''giQg!0©gQ!Qag — 

1 6. ( a person of a twice born caste } 
Who has undergone due purificatory 
rites. t5« I q-JaiQqGQ g©q[j ^S'l^®— 

17. Initiated with worldly life| mar- 
ried (Apte) q-. Q- ^ j e©© gai; q^<3i^ 

(ai9©— 9991©) adiqi©©- ©i©f © ^q^^ ^Qi ^ 

1, The Sanskric language^ the language 
used by the Aryans of ancient India^ 
(which is a refined and hipjhiy polished 
knguage), [©— ^"^^© ^91% 3§>Sl1©© ©Q 
G©G©Q ei6«P9 ^G^a1q Q^© q© 9*19 ©Q 
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S€i, 0^ *''^Q© 9"^^©^ a^as^ © ^o^^® 

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tv I qv^-©^a, «ieqe, ^« I gqi©— 

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a©©©, aa©©j "^ i ©i©— oiai, ©i^©i, 
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2. A word formed regularly accsording 
to the rules of grammar; a regular 


nQ 


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derivative word ( Apte ). <f> | GdCj' 

<^QQ>i^^ e9Q9^» q^q.iQQio q$i-a C9IQ 

a§-3, A person of one of the three high- 
castes in respect of whom all the 
purificatory rites have been performed 
(Apte), ^ I ©It 9"*$) Q^IO ^**$; 3^0 — 
4. A learned man ( Apte ). * I GQQO 
eoeW* — 5. An offeriasT; Yedic oblation 
(Apte), 9 I €11^9§® ®^— 6, A sacred 

usage ( Apte ), 

Samskruti ej'^q. nQQ )— <2?3*t01j ^Ql^ Q^^S! 6 

q»qi©Q©! OQGQ yig*?!®© aoajiQ, ao^alQQ 

6 a<» a» — Culture, 
Sariiskiuttrima (cQei)— 1' Samskyuta (See) 

?. Restrained by purification. 
Q-^^qi— qo. ^ ( gfl^+^^qi^ 3 aaq )— ^ I ^'q,!® 
Satiskriya eQ« ) ~1» S^mskara ( See ). j I 
a%iQ!9 ^qi — 2, Cremation of dead 

bodies. 

^i-g.^— a^ §> ( qci^+^o)— e I g^HQ Q€i»gi; §©— 

Sarhstaba 1- Eulogy; applause; panegyric. 
5 I e«i|9!9© — 2, Flattery. « | QQQq — 

3. Acquaintance; familiarity, v | aQ|a — 

4. Conversation^ introduction. ^ j 9s- 
iqQ" ^QQ Saa^ — 5. Harmony; agreeing 

together ( Apte )• 

Samst^bana ao ) — «^ i (^ ) 9\^^} ^Q^^l — 

1. Orator, 9 1 gaoai®!^ ew^-^ai^p 

g.€g^® — 2.A class of priests singing the 

mantras at Vedio sacrifices. *> t (+99, 

ao ) 9^ — 3. Delight; joy ( Apte ). 

( 9°5©iwi— %1 ) «^ ©tf- ^"— ^ I ^IQJ— K Elo. 

quent. 5 i Qsia^ea aa^QK^^ig — 

2. Praising properly ( Apte ). 
.€l6g,q_so, ^ (gq^+gO^^ m^^^ 9Q91+^«?, 3) — 
Sanistanibha ^ I seW?? — !• Obstruction. 

( Q^'g^Q— a»1^9 ) 9 i *J?1*Q^— 2- Making a 
( 9'59a— $tfl ) thing steady or firm5 streng- 
thening. * I Si^lQ^i— 3. Freventioo. 


V I qt^Q — 4. Controlling; checking} res- 
traint. «| g^Q 91 g€i© ©QQI-5. Stoppyng, 
^ I ©9 ^9—6- Stupefaction; paralysis 
( Apte ). 9 I 9H'^^— 7. Stop; stay 
( Apte ), r I aO^G?lK?»— 8. Confirming 
( Apte ). < I ( +QQ^. a ) QI919IQ 
G©la§ <;>|? e^Q fclQQKJj e09 -9. Support; 

prop ( Apte ) 

Samstara v I Qflll. ^QQI— 1. Bed; bedding 

(q'^^Q^—aQ^ga) .?i a%9i<>e9 Q€)© a^Qsi— 2. a 

bed of leaves "» i (+ 9^. s)jG'5t|cij a» — 

3> Vedio sacrifice; oblations to fire. 

[o— -ogGQ gaGfl "^q" €$9£Q <3S <S Q!fi^ 

2JQQ €!Qil Q©© ^<35 ©^GQ «^ glQ© <$^ | 

g-g,!— GQ. e, (q'. 3*30 «- ) Q©<s aQSl— 1. World- 

Samsta ly competence; state of being well- 

7[^^^ ^'^T to-do. 5 I WQj e^q 9^g^— 2. 

Property. *> ! ^9?!^— 3. Landed 

property. 

g*g>i©-g^ '5— C^'^.+S fcii^+ay a)— 1 1 99 

Samstaba 6«»'3oQ Ql^^lSHeff G9S$' ai*^6Q 9t 

A place where Brahmanas collectively 
chant hymns during a Yedic sacrifice 
at or Dear the altar. ? I (+^9. a)a€J©q 

2. Acquaintance; familiarity. «n | |© 

3. Eulogy, -e l g^a^ O— i. Hymning 

in chorus (Apte) 

g-g,! Qi@— GQ. 9--(a9<S'Q)— (^V ^"al + ^^il^Ol) t I 
Samsta bardi Q^QI©-1- Landed property. 
(^So^i^Sj— aOH^g) > I yo (5 ^?— 2. Movable 
fi[^?r5lT*t^ ^'^flWt^ aiid immovable property. 

S:*iiistapa Q9QQI — 1- Spreading out; (Apte), 
^, gj^iQ — 2. Extension (Apte). 

Stimstuta ^ I %mm Ql'^^* ^^S® ^^^^ §® 

gqgjq—l. Eulogised. 9 I go^g©— 

2. Praised. «» I ajSQ— 3. Worshipped. 

VI ai9l(5 gia^QI Qq3I<]— 4 Solicited. « | 

qgq©© 5. Acquainted, intimate, 

familiar (Apte) 9 i ^^9 ^1 q«3«>v 


^*§rH 


( f^i99 ) 


Q^'aiss^ 


ggog©— 6. Praised together. 91 QQ^Q 

fl@© e?l«?l«»l— '^. Agreeing together; 

harmonious (Apte). r I apGg^j g^o'^ft 

8. Intended^ ainied at (Apte)« 

Samstyaya — ti Q'SiQj ©99 ^^G^fl^ <a«aiO— 

1, Accamulation. 5 | gq9 — 2, Multi- 
tude; assemblage. • I ©§|Q— 3. 
Extension; spreading; diffusion. ^ I 
q<j_4. Residence; house habitation, 
« I 9Q0S^5 aoia — 5. Familiarity; family 
talk. 'P I qt; QQI— 6. Reap. 9 I 

eCcsf — 7. Yioinity (Apte) 

flog-Q- P€i. q*— (gfl +21 di«+o^/ a)— «. ' 

Samstha aQgo — 1. Settled; seated. 9 I 
Sflig — 5?, Finished. ^ \ 59— 3. Dead. 

(^"31— <il) V I g^a— 4. similar, q«, ^, qm 
^ I OQ— 1, A spy. ^ I ©9^§© QQ — 

2, An imformer v | ^qh Qiol— 2, An 
inhabitant of one's country; a country- 

mae. 

Q-gl— a*. ««I. ^1— Vg ^Q %1 «^cr— Feminine of 

SamsthS Samstha, (sq.+ |-| «|^+ g^, a+a) 

(q*i€>— 9tfi) q-. Q.— ^ I Q%i^ aa^Q aQaio— 

I. Continnance in the right way. 
9 I 9S«iiQ| — 2. Respectability, m \ g^ 
©Q^3 gQIOQgl— 3. Proper or good con- 
duct, -o I a®i a^S % a*ai»"-4. Situa. 
tion; staying, » 1 gt^— 5, Resembl- 
ance, similarity, likeness. ^ ( yg- ©|g- 
6. Destruction; ruin. 5>1 q^l — 7. Death, 
demise, r I 9'»^3l — ^8. Arrangement. ^ | 
gqi^__9. Completion; accomplishment, 
^o I e€I9— 10. End, !«. / g^ gqiO— 

II. Meeting, associationj sooiety. 
^^1 goQ€» '5ig3 91931 — 12. Establish- 
ed custom, usage, K^ \ S©©© q© 
9°9«SQ g©l« © qo— 13. An expressed 
declaration of law; a statement of law 

or usage, ^y | «g9o Qta — 14. Life-time; 
period of life. «.v | Q«|§ — 15, Person; 
individual. «.$) | q^ ^ed€l— 16. A eort 
of Yedic sacrifice, [q — ^^ ^q g9l«j 


aai-? i€»Oi — Daily. ? i 6^fl€JQ — 
Occasional. »! gt^e© — Natural. <^ ^ I 
«l©i^O — Excessive. ] ?9 i g»i^ — 17. 
Dissolution ot nature* [O — <<^\ flai ©©*<, 

eo'q ^©, 2i<}©© <§ as'i^© gwsq qq 

QQIQ I ] vr ( 991^—18, Manifesta- 
tion; revelation <it* i 9§j d^a— • 
19. Shape^ image. ?<» I a9I€j — 20. Form- 
5<. I q©|fi3 — 21. Royal command^ edict. 
^5 I ^^^> OQJ CJ©— 22. Ambaasadorj 
messenger. 9^ \ gg^Q Qa Gai§ fi^Q^qaifi^ 
•<3C©5I-— 23.0ne of the ten characteristics 
of the Puranae. [Q^ — aW^'9CI9S 919Q 

9^©e9lQ«8 1] 

6Q 9—^ I aO ^^^ — 1. Property. j\ 

5R^ ?r"^«n5I e©« a9SI — 2. State of being 

well-to-do; worldy competence. 

^*gio — a°.^- {^fl +21 y;^+^9. a<»)— ^ I g^e9€j" 

BarhsthSna 1. Situation- position, y \ sgQ^i- 

(^•3®'-©©) 2. Vicinity- nearness. •> | o^^a 

3. Cross-road, "tf | ac^9 ^•Qi©; qq qQi 
acrQ fift69a 91 «='ie9€t— 4. Aggregation 
of different limbs forming a body or 
shape* « I a^© — S.Shape^ form; con- 
figuration. 9 I q"*!— 6, Death, 9 I ^Olfl — 
7. Rain; destruction, r | $9; — 8. Sign. 
t I ©4^1—9. Fabrieaticn; construc- 
tion, eo I gfl-9^ 393©— 10. Particular 
existence or position _ 
et I ©?;iia -11. Orderly arrangement, 
K^ I 9-.99I — 12. Arrangement; provi- 
sion. V*» I «neOI ©^'I9Q ^Biq — 13. Means 
of livelihood; means of subsistence. 
^"^ I afllQ gSi^ - 14. A stock of goods or 
cash. y.« | gq 9; qqi — 15. Heap^ coUec- 
tion; multitude^ assemblage. 19 . I 9€3- 
qi^ — 16. Quantity. ^9 i q9 — 17. Abode; 

residence. 

ggiQQ — g». ^61, 6 Q a* Ca^.+giS. yi^+o^- a(;;>)— 

Samsthapaka ^ I e© 9*3190 9661; GQ gQ 96«— 

(9''3I@91— ^1) 1* Establishing; settling; £x- 

ing. ^ I Q€)^I9|— 2. Founder. 


^•gi9Q 


( 5»«95> ) 


g«9Q 'S>Q^ 


Samstbapana(na) QirQi + <^Q* ac?)— t I g^- 
( "a^aiOTq^ Q'SIQ^, Q«g!9® — ©^ ) <*9^— 

1. Settlemeut; settling. ^ I ge^l Q€5^1 — 

2. Establishing. « 1 99 €i^ ^SSQ ^ISO— 

3. Placiog on a sure footiDg. 

Samsthapitft grf. «)— V i a€;§© — 1. Establi- 
shed. J 1 gii^lqea aQQd— 2. Cominenced 
on a regular Or sure footing; openedj 

founded. « i gg^©— 3. Fixed; 

settled. 

Samsthita 1. Well established; well placed. 
? I q©— 2. Dead; deceased, ^ I gs^ig — 

3. Completed; finished; done with, v I 

q^^q— 4i. Arranged^ bent upon^ intent 

on, 

S^msthiti Samsthana. (See) 

Samspaisa V "l ^9^9^ ?9—l. Close contact. 

* ^|(g»«, q^ 3. An attribute of sensation 

arising ^rom touchy the attribute of 
matter perceptible by the sense of touch* 

Samspiushta K\^*^^-l- United^ brought 

into contact. 5 I ^©qea grf e^iQ^oi— 

2. Grasped; cbsely touched, 

Samsphala ^^% G^Q- Sbeep^ lamb. 

^,^ ^— go ^^ (gfl + |S)— qa^*©^ P*^©; 91^® (^1)— 
Samsphuta ^ Expanded (flower). 

Samsphe(spho)ta ai®=€r^iQ^i+ay- a)— ^'Slfli 

jqigi—p'igbt- conflict. 

Samswedaja lungii growing out of the earth 
^^t^ etc. Cq —491 ^^60, eaiflqeQj <;>io€Q (5 


e^©94, ©1^1 «i^aq 6QI9WI9«» ^le^' 1 s« 

©Q 6 ©€Psga»o© I] 

<3ogQg)_^^ ©. ( gq^ + g^Qgi )^t I <aq*»©^ gQ^ — 
Samsraarana !• Clear Tecollectioo« retnem- 
(g'*^ © — SJO^a) brance. 9 I QJ?©^ ^I'^IQ© 
^•3 ^© I @l*»— 2. Subconcious perception 

g^QQSlli^ J ^^ due to previous birthj impres- 
sion left on the mind by the acts ol 
one's previous existence. 

skiisra(sra)ba ""e^^l+q?. a) "^ I ^'^^S; 
g^g^'—l. Connection; relationship, 9 I 
^QQ 2. Union; association. 

Samsraba rahita Unconnected. 

ci=>90— Q-. Q^. (*a?i^+^o^ d© + Q5T. ©) - e I 99 — 

Samhata 1. Firmj strongly set; close set* 

[q«9©©l(§)— «i] ? I «R^— 2- Attached to. an j 

pa©— 3. Joined", united. t5 ! ©©9 ^Qa 

g-q^^ — 4 Closely joined together- [€^— 

9*9© q§<a-«Gr €1^^ GQSC> isat— qytQia- 

G9I9I«I '] « » <1©^— 5. Collected toge- 
ther; assembled-, accumulated. 5)1 Q'Sai©; 
©qiS 91©Q9i — ^- Compact; hardened; 
coagulated; solidifled. 9 I ^©© — 

7. Stored; hoarded, r | EJ9©j ^Ql© 31^ — 

8. Wounded; struck. « | gq*f©^ ^©^ 

9. Killed, to i <a©— 10. Solid. 

Samhata cbhatriba ^^ a^ <]9IQ c©^S^ 9l9iQ9l 

^^q9 ©Q9 aai QQ GQ«iai<i) — €i©gfiij 

^^g Dill seedj Anethum Graveyolens. 

Samhata janu a<q^ *JC?f S^ej© e©6© cacTciKI^ 
(9*9© ©I^W* — aO'f^S) 9'#^; sa«@— Knock-kneed 

(^"9© ©1§«I — V) leaving the knees knocking 
with each other while walking. 

^"S©©©— 9*. «». ( g^9»«^Q©+®»=®®®<5i ) — 
Samhata tala (g^fyt) ^©® ©Q©©^^— The two 
(^9© ©©1—9^. <i1) palms folded together. 

(a person) With the hands iolded. 


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9<9« 


Samhata bhra ^ j^f e"$30 Ql Q^^O 9Qa€l 
— (a person) KQitting the eyebrows 

(Apte). 

^"©©gtoi— e-9€i. 9,1. (^g^^l^)— Gsef <lS! "^Of^^ 

Samhatastana gi 9 ga^© — (a woman) Whose 

breaets are very close to each other 

(Apte). 

^*@©— ^- ©. ( 9q^H-9«'^&l^+^Q. © ) — ^ I q^q^ 

Samhati qp9^1. Assemblage^ raultitade. 

5 I q°QI®J QQI— 2. Heap. «> | ©99; 

^•GQIQ; q^^QO— 3. Close unions close 

connection; firm contact, tf \ gqeg Q2j— 

4. Killing; slaughter, S \ Q^ ©gQ 
<19«1^9 — 5, . Aggregation of many 
things. 9 I ('q€IO ) ^ 0|Q q^QG^j 

g§o a"©© e^lQ Qe9— 6- (science) 
A quality of solid bodies; adhesion 
molecular attraction, [<j — 9q dQI&^Q 

G9!Q ©q|& QU©, ©191 a"^ I g*^^ 

£1^91 G9GW ^191 Q<3<^G) e^lQi^Kl I q.S 

go (§ a*§€) ga aeci «Jti 9i« ^<3 1 eaef 
QO eQjej'' 911 G9:q 9 sigq^ q^^S) g9 g^ 
©li*! ©pi G-^IQ S? ai<i I ] V 5> I ^&Q — 
7- Unior; combination ^Apt^, r | oft^j- 

5. Firtnnese; campactness (Apte). q j 

^^^© Qf - 9. Mdss; bulk (Apte), t» I 

GflQ— 10. Agreement; harmony (Apte). 

tt I ( +«Q^. © ) 9«— 1-1. Strength 

(Apte). «,9| ( +a<|OQa, €) ) G<?9— 
12. Body (Apte), 

€1°©Q»— 9*. ^- (851^+ "a*©^ al^— aai© ©ex?! +^9. 
SamhaoaKa £]«*) — ^ 1 qqMS»_ aai©- 1. Heavy 
blow. 5 I ( + ay«€itf). a») agQ3 GQ9— 
2. Body, «r) I gg 9; g'Oie — 3. Multitude; 
heap; collection. -^ \ Qy— 4. Killing. 
« I ( +0Q^. ao ) 90 — 5. Strength 

(Apte). 

39Q€?— 9«. 9. ( afl +f ai^+^9. a» )— t ! fl*9iQ 
^aaihara^ 99V( — 1- Killtog. ^ I 99i€l — 


2. Destruction, w | q"g<j Q€)Q! — 3. acou- 
mulatiog. "e I QQI «e©l— 4- Heaping up, 
» I 9*6Qa— &• Abridgement; compen- 
dium. ^ I 9i«>lL 92^ aS <3®9 «Q^I— 
6. Compiling; compilation. 9 I 9*^6^1© — 

7. Contraction. 

^^€JQi— eQ. $ (SO**) { '^^ ^91Q4i )-e I g'9iQ«Jl 
Samhariba ( €Oa ) — ^^ Samhariba (See) 

^^t^^^ ^'^tK^Tm ^1 9u ©q9i — 2. To kill. 

Wt^ #?i|l •" I ®11Q 9Q9i — 3. To give up. 

^^^^r| ^^ *■ 1 Qfl3 Q^^\ — 4j. To control' 
[ © — GQS$ GQQ G^la G^IQGQ ^'^^Si ^^^S 
G9IQ«ai «IQ CIS* a@— 9^?*'5'. ??915*Q©.] 

5rt5iBft=l ©Q i ] ♦ f 9C11Q9I; Q^QI— 5. To contain; 

^•fliasn to keep. [€^— c^Q© ©ai ae^ «9Q — 
w^^, Qi©l. egignflsgi ] -9 1 $©91 — 6. To 

^1 ^l^sir closes to shut up: [ g^— 6aI<S)© ©|G««| 

^QO^, OPeiiQ €^G^ ^s>— qiqV ^<^0 

C^«( ^^ fll^tqi I ] 9 I ©eqa ©QQI— 7. To enclose. 

^'^511 [ Q — aqiGQ aqi a Q *Q, 95i«> 3^€Q 

5K^ ^*^ g*9Q — 9a;»*a. Qaco 1 ] r 1 eao ©€)©[ — 

^©iff 3. To restfain, [ g^— ©Qg© QltfifqiQ ©Q 
C^q 9fl^ g-'fliQ — 9Ciai«. ^Q©© I ] Q I 
'rt'lsrH <5>9ff 9€J©!,©31%0 Q®9|— 9, To check; 
Hi^TolHI to control. [ €$— q^G^ 9>l€i©l G©|8IQ6«} 

^€j QG9 ©9, <3»G5i— ©qcya. ^q©© 1 j 

^W^ft=( ^o I CQftiQQi— 10- To change. [ ^ — 
^^^^ aq© GQ©€IG« G9ft, G9 flli^l^Q gg>Q^— 

99^1— g. ©«. gi- (Qfl^+s ai^+©|. ©; «9f ao; vflL 

SaiiiharttS e© )— t I g^tQC'IQ — I* Destroying. 

.(^9^1—^1) 5 I ©y©!"?! — 2. Slaughtering, -n j 

6Qa©ig; ©«0©tg— 3- Controlling; res- 

trainiDg; checking. Q*. © — 39lQ©gi'^ — 

Destroyer; slaughterer. 

^94—<^. Q ( ap^+f9^ fcii^=^^ G9©i + ^^, a ) — 
Samhariba c^ | ciG^iQ} QG^IQ — 1* Amusemeiit; 
glee. 9 I aQ«!^699; -eQfilOiQQ©! — 
2. Envy; spite. «» 1 eQiQ J^*i — 3. Mutual 
defiance, -c \ q^^ — 4r. Friction. ♦ 1 
G^^lllj GQ?(9€ — 5. Hoxtipilation. 9 I 
( +<?§. a) 91^—6. Air. 


9*91 Q 


( ^«?« ) 


ci«$Q qf 9f 


Samhara +QQ. a ^ — e. 1 fcjog* QOla — 1. Des- 
truction; ruin; ruination.- f \ Q^Q 
gaa — 2. The dissolution of the world^ 
* I ^699 — 3, Abridgement' compendiam, 
« I 2J$«^3 ^g*?; 3SJ«0 — 4. Collection^ 
gathering upj oompilatioo, ♦ ! ^eOlO — 
. 5. Contraction, 9 \ ga^ioa'si— 6. Mutual 
attraction. 9 I aaqo; QCIQ — 

7. Restraining; checking, r I 9€ll©Q^ — 

8. Controlling. ^ ( 9y — 9. Slaughter* 
Vo I (jcj 9|^ e9!S)*l — 10. Joining to- 
gether of two things- «<- I (+^§' 3 ) 
a^ Qo5)«)g eo^QQQGglQ - 11. Name of a 
class of eight attendants of Siba- 

1» I ( a^©€l^. a ) »Q«i9e€l€l — 12. Name 
of a part o£ the hell* t*» I tQIQIoIq 
Q^Q^l^G^iQ, q°91QflQ,l ( 6Q« )— 1^. A 
posture or figure made by the hands 
and fingers daring worship, gq ©«— 
^'v^rs 9Q^— Killed. [ ^— q^i 9^^ aqsj, 

Saihharaka ^ I y°gQIQQ — L Destructive- 

(Q'^lSJQl — ^1 ) destrojing, -^ | ea 9*€©IQg> 
a*»^iQQig 1 06Q— 2. Cantracting. 

q^^ilQ^lQQ VaO'iqQ V I ^agig — 3. Slaughter- 

Samhara kariba Saiihariba ( See ) 

^I'giiQ 9!Sa*l (»^)--g'. ^'— < l ej^g^^'qi— 1. Act of 
Samhara karjya (karma) destruction, j \ Qqg? 

, Ql ©GqyO— 2. The act of controlling or 

restraining 

^^©IQ 9I«— g»* ©-?. 1 q^Qia^i QCiq— 1. A time of 
Samhara kaja ruin. j> | QfiqgiQ— 2. A 

a'^tlS 69«(fi|) \ time of dissolution. 

( i3e]i-<5^^0^ ^<m\% q§p3«>, ac'«ji©. 


VO'fl )Q €$a2© — 3, Time of great cala- 
mity ( i. e. ,famiae^ plague, flood, fire 

eto ) 

SamhSra^i ( famale ) Destroying, (^j — 

flsg I ) 

Samhara mudra gQ^"© 0QqQ^I9C€I9— 1. A 
particular pose of the fingers used 
during worship- [O — i^Q" ©Q^^^SQ^QQ 

a9<? -^QQeQ^i giq ea^ qgi 9<i, ©191Q 

^<l l] > I S^Tq^ ^eaa— 2. Name of a 

Bh^raba. 

SamhSra muftti{r1ipa) p^ajQ^ QQ P^JiSQ^ 9^« 
39IQQQ^ — 1- The former incarnation 
of §iba which destroys the Universe. 
-? ! (i^gfilia) €$qQQ ^9""2» A. frightful 

shape. 

Q@!QOI— €Q. §— e I (a. 3^;q) Q°9IQ QQ91^ ^ 

Saiihariba Q€1QI— 1. To kill. (Q— eSS® C1GQ 

^t^ ©^IQ Oq^l — 2, To give up. *» | (e^ia a^ij) 
#^Hr ©9^IQ^>i; <;»fl»-©€?<?l — 3. To restrain; to 
sjTt^ check, v | (-J)^) eef^Q^i — 4. To turn 
i!^s^ away (one's ey«S). (€^ — qo^iq ggQ q| ^ 

q^lQta. 0Ql&Ge€1<31 1} 

Saiiibita ©) — ^ | ^ao — 1. Joined together. 

(«»§©! — ^) ? I <I©«\S3 qal^a— 2. Heaped 

[g«alO— Q] ^^- ** ' S^qgO — 3. Collected, q\9 — 

(€llf®)H-;6Qia €)ft— (Mathematics) The 

sign of addition; the plus sign^ +. 

e§©^l«i— a^9 (9'§5l^j a**§©+qfl+«+9|,1, «i; 

Samhita pushpika g*§s©=<10^1*^© a€^ 9.f 
€ll9fQ)-a6flqi;ai»fl'$Q— Aniseed;. Aire- 


«^9>t 


( 9^« ) 


9 91 


thum Panmcrmm. ^€\. %1— 99 Q fffift^lff 

\ng in clusters' 

Samhita gft^ Q^'q-g© «» Q*Q©S> ag— 1- A com- 
pilation. ^ I q;j|Q g^©, Q^© €11^— 2. The 
compilation or code of law by Man" 
and others. [<ii— ftCJl^ aP^ «<'^©IQ ^*«^'*' 

^^ I ^-^i©, ^"^ 1 9QSQ, ^* i *'"^' 

©e^ Q'^«IOIQ m^ i] ** I SQQQ Qtsii- 
^G€19^3. Vedic texts arranged into 
codes. V I 6^Q© «55'«I41 — 4. The body of 
religious ceremonies and rites enjoined 

in the Vedas. 

^M— 9». Q (Q5I^+€^. ti|^=«^lO oe9i+^?>. ©) — 

Samhnti ^^Q.'^ Q^GQOQ-^ QS^dO ^PQIoIq SQiOj 

e^l — A halloo or loud cry of many 

persons - 

Samh|uta 90I3G — 1. Destroyed; annihilate 

( 9*^® — 9 ) ed. ^1 «^l^_2. Attacked. 
• I QCftO; Q**q*a© — 3. CoUeptedj compi- 
led, ts I q«©© — 4, Stored, * | ^j^^q. 
Qltiigi^ — 5. Obstructed. 9 I go^'lff^ — 
6. Drawn towards; withdrawn, p \ 
^•Q^©©— 7. Contracted. ■ r | ^.^qq — 
8. Abridged, a \ q^©; gog^ — 

9, ODDtrolled; checked, 

Qo^^— q*. Qtfi(q5^+9^)— QW 5ICQ® — Much plea- 
Satnhxushta (qo^g*"— p) sedj very delighted. 

Sambrada ealQaiQ; GQIQ Q^Oj $Q g|¥— 
Tumult; noiae; uproar- 


Saiiibradi Tumultnous; uproarious. 

Sarhhrlna i?. | ^II^Iq- Qp?ii— 1.^ Bashful; coyJ 
(9*^^l — ^1) modest, j ( «§"«• — ?♦ Ashamed. 

Samhlada g) — ^'^\(^ — Delight; joy; exulta- 
(fl^'^lQ© — §^) tion; mirth; exhilaration. 

Sab giGfi?©©— The abbreviated form of 
(9° — ^O^oa) Sub-dirisioat 

Q8GQ8(eQ) — €Q. ©(«©Qa «)€«■€?©)— 9Si 6Q©§IQ 
Sah reh(re) €1QQ 316c?Q« — The abbreviated 
y[: l^Z ^: r: form of Sub_ Registrar. 

San Ql GQ ©(^'3 GOQIQ (^ a^^lQ QQ; 5q — 

(gV, 9 9* q a*, g'q — aO'i^e) I. Sound of hard 

repeated gaspings due to hard labour 

^**tt^* or exertion. }\ asQ oi €^\q qq\^ Q|g©!e& 

b'b' ^19^1 ao— 2. Sjund of repeated nagal 

breathing of a person suffering from 

cold or catarrh. «r> | ^OQg^ <qid€»^|gQ 

€10 — 3. Sound of sighs accompanied 

with crying. [O— QICT ^icf , f f ^ eq*GQ' 

afi4l^^0.q|5)ieQgiqqq(Q i 
Qicf 910"— q*9'oi^ cieoQ d Qo©Q qq^ 

^^— g'g'oi^aQQQ QQ 

G9G9— gVa€99l ^"$©10 gliql ^q ;] 

€i*qg'Q-GQ. a (dQ*!a©)— go*«q* (gq®)— 

Sanitt ssnlB SaiS SaiS. ^See) 

gG0w(«1)— gi, 9<3 (9*. ggGQie qi g;cip^)— ©p 

Sangotra{tr;) GGIfflq (Q^^) —Annate, 

(9a'6Qw[^1]— «oi^a) ^^1^(^) differ 

Safigha QQ!^; ijcia— second marriage of a 
Sudra widow. gQ. 9— ^Q"! (6Q3) — 

Samgha. (See) 

San dhapa Safija dhUpa. (See) 

(9a*^— ao^^a) 
Q*ai— ai. ^1 — w\ (sQei) — 

SaSpa SampS (See). 


€~9GQ5>I 


( 9trt ) 


€QQ9r 


Sanpi debs Sampi deba. (See) 

€|la Ql— GQ, ■^ — Q^'QI (GQ«i)— 

Saiipiba Sampibg. (See; 

gbie— 9( ^ (9°. egiwiQ) — GwviQ (g'm*^!) — 

Saiibara Somabara, (See) 

(9a"oiQ-£10*<^3) 
€l''o)i€3ai -gu «^— ealTOlQ 99L«lq -Relating to 
Sanbaria xnonday. QL ^. gj — 63lflQlQeQ 9^ 

3i\^tft A name given to some persona bcrn on 
^t^^lft: a monday. 

Sanr&ja SomarSji. (See) 

iga*q» — awiqa) 

S Shati ' Sahati (See) 

g9j^(5l)_6?6<3>. ^. < €M. ««; Q°' SQ ) — ^ I fleQl<558« 
Sak (kh) — 1. Griel; eoirow; melancholia- 

yf^ J I gCQ9— 2. Doubt; suspicion, w | (ffl. 

^^ g^Qj «Bg9— 3. Liking. v i ago — 

^ 4 Choice. * I ffl^tiS — 5- Cekbrity. ^ \ 
*15^ <f?p^ ^I^Ss?" 6. Foppishness, 

g©9€iQI — €Q. ^. ( «, Gsl© )— ?- ! 9«Q ©€)QI — 
Sak kariba 1. To choose; to like. -> I aQQlQ 

■^^ ^^1 OQQI — 2, To hanker alter. « I gCJQ^ 
d^?^ ^?:5IT 9510I (6Qei)— S. Sauk kariba (See) 

Sak bak 1. Mistake and fault. j \ a^^ 

^^gtf% ^5f^^ a%®at — 2. Wantj disadvan- 
^^t^ ^^5(1 tage. [<^ — q<?^ Q9GQ ^Q9 a€d Qa« 

[<^Q, Qa(91o,9agoa (9) ^ — ao'^^a] 
«lft^^l— QieQ. (fiiQa) ^- ( i5». €i©^y!^ )— aiQ^ij 

Sak— ba (G9f€l9 Oicf*" ©Q9I«J) ^^2? e95>!; 9«©1 — 

To be able ; (to do a thing.) 

^Q 9|Q5 t] 

^«I©^Q9— 6Q- «— II 9QIQ QiWI— !• Whimper- 

Sak sak ing; cry with restrained or bated 

^TR ^JW^ breathings; sobbing cryj cry 


SS^ ^^5E accompanied with restrained sobs. 
^JT^C^l^ i I ^qQ a<;(.©!— 2. Wetness or 
^Itg^ dampness of the soil. 6<?» ^ — ^ I *IO'Q 
^Jt^j:^fr=f WlQ^QI — 1. Whimpering; crying with 
^^ ^^ tt^m^T bated breath or with res. 
'^V^V^T^ trained sobs. 5 j («^ 9§) «*Q^— 
^I)^^ 31551, »fter 2. Wet; damp, v I (eri. 6^«) 
?lt'^* ^sg-S*!® ®j Qftiq 9; 'SIsfaiQ— 3. Cove- 
^T5T^ tous; extremely eager. 

99 Q^^e9©l— G9. 4—^ 1 WIQ «IWI — 1. To cry 
Sak sak htba with suppressed sobs; to wbim- 
^t^ ^n^ ^gl per; to snivel, 9 1 ( ai. 6^9, 

a© fildlQ OIOQI — 2, To whimper for 
anything^ to weep or sob plainti* 

^1 qoi^«» G9^t3 ^luaicf €901^ 

3. To hanker after anything. ^ \ (g<», 

jfrt^ ^'jt^ ^^ 9g ) n<^^ €«5i9l— 4. To be damp. 

g© g9i"GQ. &^- q°— ea agio qq ©iq^igq aQ*f§— 

Sak — saka Given to sabbiog cryj habituated 
^t5f c^^ to weep with sobsj wbimperingj. 

gif^^^oH (g©^ q«a--aQtga) snivelling. 

gQ^gQl(G9)QQl 6Q. '-^— ^9, «*^ G^Q ©IQS>I> 
Sai>— snka{ke)iba Q60Q Q!Q©I — To weep or 
^R ^IR ^^1 cry with suppressed sobs; to 
§[gEF g§^ tfsiT whimper^ to whinejto snivel. 

gC QQI€1 GQ, ?)— 90161 ( QOfil ) 

Sak - sakana Sakana ( See ) 

gc g©ai— GQ ©^— ^ I ( «•. ^5 ) ^^Q^a; ©»9^i. 

S'ik — sakia a<^ . <§Qi ( <^^ ) — 1, Damp ( soil ). 
'Txl^C'i'j^ fen 5 I 3«>9«1 (€<>«)— 2, Sak-sakS 

(See) 

e9— e^GQ. ©— g©^ ( gqsi )— S^l^ ( See ) ( Q— 

Saka o^ipiQ qSlOQi^GQ «IOf39l5J -3© ©q,l 91^- 

gSQ 9!QQ| — G<?. ^ — g«lQ ©QS?! ( SQa ) 

Sakai kandiba Sakai kSndibS ( See ) 

gQQOI— GQ. ^^ — 9QICJ©! ( GQS ) 
, Sakaiba Sakaiba ( see ) 


Ktt9 


OQt 


( 9^-^ ) 


QOQ^i^ 


Sakata <B©; go (^Mfj) — Vile> base; abom- 
inable; wicked (person), q"^ § — 'filiecii^ 
9®; €(I9I@I QQ-Strebhis As per (tree). 

Sakata GulubSsa ( See ) 

€Q» ©— €lQil {€0«) — SakatS (See ) 

Sakatanna DeSlpd or impure food. 

^Q^9— 'I* ^^. (9^ief «»'59l'g; 9=^9^^ Q5JQ-f©<*0)- 
Sakantaka i | Q^iaa; 5'^oqsi — 1- Thorny; 
(§?^^9— ^agi©) prickly. ^ \ {u^^\^) Qiaiq^ — 

2, ( figurative ) Set with obstacles. 

») I (fija^ia^) «9^ G9^©— 3. ( figurative ) 

Infested or surrounded by enemies. 

[6^ — 99^© qS"i G^CI 1] «. 9— (S^Q^g) — 

? 5 Qjqi, «^QQ© a°^^t^ ©ft^ fill* ^esg; 

eifCHQ — 1. Valisneria of several species; 
Conferia; mo«?. > i cQg «G3«j aQQQS; 
OQG9lfi5 — 2, A species of thoroy Karanja 
treej Csesalpinia Bonduceila. •> i 9<|ii 
SQ®5 <i^Q.Q\ £«ie; «Q5^c'c— 3. A thorny 
plant; Carissa Carandas. 

'^9(€l)© — G?€Q. Q€i 6 ^. $«. ( a. g^^©^ ) — 391^; 
Saka(kha) »f^ sa^rT^ €lQ©;€)^^Yery; much. 

■eoQ— ^. ^€i. q^i (Q9ie c.^^^3 g'=*g9, g.9 +«Q-'i!§) 

$akara — ^ | ^gi^g — 1. Having hands^ armedj 
(gWQ— %1) furnished with arms. ^ \ q^gg5>; 

(si^Q — ©ago) Qi§i Q^c «Q ©I q©g GQi?!* -jo 

(a*^^ — 2, (land) For which rent or 
revenue is payable. « i ^^q^ — 3_ Hav- 
ing a trunk (like an elephant). ^ | ©Q^ 
^^^_4. Having rays. 

■399_€i — 3.©^.q'* (99i£ <?95ls; c^«|q§0 Q^^qiO) — 
Sakaruna ? 1 ^3iq§3 OSj^lsIs; Qi^i^— 
(9S>§tfl-^1) 1. Kicdj having pity. ^ i 0191" 

91 QqiQ S$G5* «>SQj - «l^«ii F^ — 
2. Pitifulj pitiable^ eompassionatei 
exciting pity or compassion. 

■^9^€\ gQ— 9, ?)— QCJ^** ©ISO ^Q; €Q^ "^Q^ qSOi 
Bakarusa swara 9*i9Cf (1WGQ Q^ti)| 96^— 

Pitiful Yoi<5e, 


[— «. Q®. q.*. ( 99ia'«J95l§5 9 + ©4 ) — ^ I Q^^*'- 
Sakarnna €l1o: fl © ©©QQ — 1. Ready to hear. 
(qQ^I— 5I) 9 I ©§q9 -2. Having ears. 

99^0— sr. c^. Q° ( 99ief Q'j^l^; g+Q^S"-!-© ) — 

Sakarmaka V i gs^ 9flS» ©; ©rfq© — !• Having 
(«l©q©l — %]) work; engaged. 5 | (^iige^) 
€0§ ^i^lQ Q^S" ei|-<3 — 9. (grammar) Having 
an object; governing an object^ transi- 
tive (verb). 
^Q^Q «^qi — 9. Q. ( 9*i;5Q«i )— G06$' 8 1^1 e»l^*9 

Sakarmaka kriya ©rf^ a5>©©G€) — (grammar) 
Transitive or active verb, [c — ^qi ©© 

Q©!QQj gai— Q©^©, *5©s?"© 6 aQfe 1 

955^©aaf— Qfl ^© ciis^s I 9©5T©— ?iia 

Qfl^ ^© ei^€$9^ 1 a©5Tp— gq G€iiQa§ 1] 

990— 9. ^^. gf. (g^ia ©^^l?); 9==g§© + ©Qi = 

Sakala a°a; a <5)| 999 ©«l 99© «©^?11©j ad^I©^ 

(9©»l— ^1) a;^s©l«i9 a»« ©^© G9iQ © aio)— 

(«©3j Si^O— 93^©) V I 9<J; 9fl^ — 1. All ? I 

€if O3 qqg^ QqQI^_2. Whole. <n | g-94 — 

3. Full; entire, [q — ^'q©©' a© oS^ac 

q^ '^o ! ail — 'g©© «© €^9? « ?lS«i' 6 

9!fllGT Qia©*! 9©0 <5<1 I *©©^ 9©o' ©^G^l 
qialQ^ ^©GQ ©©qiGO ©I 606©© ©© 

§^a«i; ©5 *9©» ©®^^ ©9eQ ©®qie© 
396g — eee ©q^ bq ©i^tsj, <i@ aef 
^^ta!< I ] ys r(Qi§»ia^ ©^§1§; ©qi^qs 
©t^©i€fi 99© Q^'fli©) — a s^ ©!9©i^©£f%; 

9 §Ciqg — 4. Artistic; having fine 
sculpture. » | ©©iqg (©») —5. (moon) 
With digits^ [^ — ^jq^ ©ic^^l €991 Q^QQ 
©GOj 9©© G9IQ ^©Q aa^ flfilG© 1 Q®^ 

GQfl^fcil^y l] 

€l©OGP— 9, Qtfi. %•. ( 99'ef.«"$9l§ )— e I ©©«q.^3 

Sakalanka QIQ, ^©(3 . ©|a ©f^ — 1. Full of 

(g©©©-*— ^1) stains; stained. j I ©QQS — 

(©qo© — ^Q9l©) , 2. ContamiDated; defiled. 

990 gq— ff- ^. ( s%] €© )— (g^q*"©)— o«iii; sjii 

Sakala priya ©«©— Gram; chickpea, 

(a©*) g^q^© oiq —©«!©, ^gqg) ■ c^W ^'ff, %^T, l^ 
£ri. ©^, rt ^9^, 6©- €i©©if^ 


QQQ 


( 9«r* ) 


QQIfi^ 


il^» — €Q. g?*. ^-^^fts — t I gflcg— 1. All. ^1 

Sakale gCl^ Qf^ — ^2, All persons. 

Sakalpana ^©©'^^fij' Q 9I€J^«'C» SQ)' (OMI^Q^Q) 

^ft^ ^JqEt^ ^fiT©— (Logic) Hypothetical. 

^Q^QQIQM— eQ' 9 (Q^iq)-Ci^O <^t«i^— (Logic) 

Sakalpana bakya Hypothetical sentence. 

$aka]yana Prosperous; blissful. 

Saka(kha)3 Q*J9— 1. Powerful persDo. J I 

2. strong person. [q - e^l 8^ g©g^ ] 
•^ i SiT^fieilQ 9^9 — 3, Patient ruac. [«ei[— 

^Wl g^q 69€i^ ^^\, &I geiiSQ ^q§ gw I J 

« I efcPfc'*— ^. Patience. # | ai^jg© 9^5 

jgqQI — 5. Strength; power. 

991— GQ, ?)-*g5I0 QlQQl — Cry accompanied 

Saka by suppressed sobs^ whimper* sni- 

^I7ts(JfJt^^ OT^»«n veiling. 6Q. ^^. g' — 

eSfe^ ^H9 QQ^ gg^ G-^IO gie$>3 99IQ 

fl&,^*tW^ gS^^^d^srr^Jl ©IQ^qii — Given 

[g9l(TO)£l — ^1] to crying with suppressed 

aobs; whimpering; snivelling. 

Salia(ke)i kandtba ■ qo ^q m^\^ ©llCia^'© 

^^Q|(SQ)Q^I~ SIOHQ9 with restrained or suppressed 
sobs; to whimper; to snivel. [.^ — ^9 

Saka(ise)i Whjaaipering (woman). 

Q9l(G^^)€i 91Q-6Q- V. -ill f^^o)— GflfeJ (5>l«*| ?G©Q 
Saka(ke)i nani 016Q-A girl given to sobbing 
fe ^1 ^^ ^^St^^ cry; a whimpering girl. 

eiQI^— G*?. ^- gOl QIO^I; 90'Q ©I0Q| — Weeping 

Sakapa accompanied by suppressed sob- 

, ^fc^^t??t gg^gg^d^ff bings; whimper- 
ing. 


gQm-^. ^a. g* («^!a. <^%%^y oiq— owi ^^a 

Sikama Q^'PIO ) — '^ I OI5»«?iq9J «»90ig§; 

(gowi— ^1) giQoiQ (<?*i9)— (aai— sQifl q^i) 

< ©^Ifl, a©|q— 99^© ) — 1- Having desires; hav-. 

ing an ultimate object in mind. 5 I 

0l9lff»Qiq»IW gqaxi— 2. (a work) 

Done with some ultimate motive or 

end in view. » I Qlfll — 3. Lostful. tt | 

QQ^_4. Content; satisfied. ♦ \ qcjl— 

5. Happy. 

gQifl Q«S (?i')— <J ^- («*0--e^^' ®^ ^^^^ ^®^® 

Sakama karma (rmma) Q-Qd^ ©Q«l €^SQ«''SQ 
©q9l<l — A work done with some ulti- 
mate motive or aim or object in viewi 
act done for gaining some difinite 

object. 

Sakama dharma (rmma) gidCQ ffftQ^©^ 391. 

(S?^|q dtf— ^ag®) ai<J— Religion or conduct 
4n the observanoe of wbich the 
devotee has some ulterior object in 

view. 

g9iq€>(QH)— «. ^a (^^%^; wiQ='«i' asQ 

:Sakar5di(dya) aq>GQ Ol aQ'fGQ ia(9l€l)— esiif 

€lO€) SIQiGQ ^Q' aSQ aXJ — (Word) 

Beginning with the letter *S'. 

Sftkaraota ai-g^lQ) — GQej' 9Q9 G«9SQ ^ ^ ' 
39^ eiN — (Word) Ending with the 

letter '^S'. 

QQIQ^— S1"Q, (nQ^Q) «J.-"a»|a (Gqjfil)— 
Sakal rSakala (See) 

Sakala Seasonable; opportune (Apte) ^. ^* 
Q^—e. I Qgq9 gSi^GQ— 1. Seasonably 
(Apte); ^ I g^^iQGQ— 2. Earlv in the 
morning (Apte). v | alQ — 3, Betimes 
(Apte), GO. Q («. QQn 9!«)--e ( giQgCIQ 
"1, Morning. > | a<?l9— 2. Forenoon. 

m^ ^%T a®^© — Done or held in the 

torenoon. [ Q— qQIft % fiSJ 9®IO 

«©g J 


g«ia63 


( ^<rv ) 


90(£l^ 


Sakala oli Sakala be^a (See) 

aQI» 9«fl— SQ- 9— glOGQ ©0^-Breakfast. GQ- 
SakSla khia ^^— ai©e^«; GQfi^* eQQQ 99160 
^l^H^^t ^^TTeirl «11Q9[ a9*(I9— H abituated to 
^^^^f ^t«n taking meals early in the 

C^ >!^1?:9T ^ morning, (aai— QQI« €fa CQ©Q 

Ql§* 1) 

CI9i(S Qlfcjai— GQ. ^-QI©89E«— Morning bath. (€?— 

Sakala gadhua gg|Q Qitja aeiio ^a, Q^^Q 

eae9 aw i »q i ) gq, ^«— 

g^ ^W Taking bath early in the morning. 

Sakala pakbala Taking stale watered rice 
>i41*lWoit *t!^t^^ ^ft^?t 5^ 7«F^lc? ^tsa early in 

the morning. 

Sakala pabana ^(^ €tl®ft QIO,^ — Morning 
>l<f1'C^^ ^\^ts\ ^^^t ^gr breeze. 

Q©!Q 91Q(9)9|— S'69 <C19»I©) ^— gi©8«>l» 6^?i; 
SakSla p»3(hi)ba q^ ai^^l — Day -breakj the 

breaking of day- 

gOlft QQ9I— SQ- « — q©|Q G9Qi QGCr QGCT ©I ft©^- 
Sakala barasha o^^aQq 6*$IQg9l ?» Ql Q-a'l— 
^i^H ^ A shower of rain or storm begun 
Ig^ ^^ along with daybreak. 

Sakala belaQa) Fore noon. 

Z9\^ ciStg— GQ. Q— Ga^ «)i9 9© 19 aQ^iQ «ai— 

SaNala manisba A man who is expected 
^^^^ C^t^ in the morning. (Qai— 3WI« flliQ 
pg^^l^^n^T ait^ 289 9Q Q99GG1 093^ 

QQ\Q{£Qi) ^Q\Q{£Qi) — GQ. 3— t I EJ© i|^<i€lGGi — 
8alialH(le) SakalaQe) 1. Early in the morning. 
^^I^f^^^t^ §^5^,5^ Jl0©e1g — 

2. Ye^y soon. 


€IO(§(%)— €9. a—?- I ai©85l«^— 1. From the 

• SakaluQuS) morning, ^ I Ql©8<?tffiG€i — 2, In 
'I^tC'l ^^H.^ the morning* 

QQI^SO — GQ. Q— a IS80lfl— Morning. CQ. Q^ — 
Sakalaa t. I g!©8*l«l0 — 1. Held or happening 
'f^H 5^ in the morning. >IWI^©I01q — 
'[^tW^ §^?:^r 2. Held in the lorenoon. 

CIQI^SO 2l§g(§) — 6Q. ^ — glS^lQGQ e9»!9Se 99?' 
Sakajua aphis{si) ^tlO^^^IOs^ — Morning office. 

Saka-iua iskula QQiiftq — Morning school. 

Sakajua kachi(che)ri ^qqftsa — Morning court, 
(95l« ©©[6Q j 01 -30*1^8) 5 I gQ/^SI 399^ (GQo) 

51^t5T^6tfi B^^ ^'^tf t 2. Sakalua aphis 

(See) 

901920 «q— GQ. ^ — aGQHQ^Q Sfifc Qqs^ QGGJ G91Ci?jQ| 
SdKaluakhara ^i^j €iq-.-Strong rays of the 
1tHw«i1^ C^ sua felt on som:.* days soon 
5^1^^ after sunrise. 

QOISft— GQ. a — e i aiS««iaGQ-l. In the morn- 
Sakale ing. f \ (Qa«IS^ a§9©) fllo — 2, Soon. 

^i^tm • I (gcTQi^ a§$©) €>q§© oia acaei 

^^ift ©g«— 3. Earlier than usual 

Sakasa 9|flla*i; ©9S^^*^OI — Proximity; vici- 
nity (Apte), go, §^ — «.| Q\^ (q« <^ 0^) gs^ 
— 2. Having Kasa (plant and flower). 
y I (age) ag) G<^al ai^^QI — 2.Havingthe 
appearance of (Apte). «i| ^Q*f — 3. Visible 
(Apte). T5 I ©©S — 4. Near (Apte), * | 
Qa§ia«J Qe^'^fliO— 5. Present (Apte). €<? 
a — ^ I ^^^iSsj— l.Tojnear, [€^ — q <3QO.i=- 

wia eaa© e^'^as i] ? i qgiais^; ©®s^- 

2. From, (g^ — g^ qq^ C)©^l«j ^If*^' 

^qQ gQia i — osiQiei. gciQ© ) ^ \ «>^^; 

(qOGfl — aQ^i^a) aiQ* (©Q $9 ©©) — 3 . For. 

€IOIS^[— GQ. O. (3 QQiai©.)— Giai^ G9®^— Owing 

Sakasarn to; on account oi; ior. (ej — ^q 

ertifj . QWiaqi P^i^Gtfi 0v«— 9«9**^. 991^3®, 


«OI€l!€) 


( 9Qr* ) 


q^Q*< 


N. 

Sak&sat 


£1 — ^ I ( eig«Q ) s-QS^ — 1. From; 

from the presnce oi ( Apte ). [aai — 

^Ft^«tC^ SIC? QO!€llO^ i O 9q,IQ Qig G^fi^ I] ^ ! 

ir Si©se€i— 2, Near ( Apte , €Q. Q — 

Wl^( eQ«i )— ^ Sakasu See ) 

Sakasa (son, St) 1, Owing to; by reason of, 
W^l^^^l ^OT [ Q— fli«<31 C;q!C?3 QQlC 69 afifl 

—2. Due to; resulting Irotn. [sell — q99Q 
agiQdlQ©! <^Q\4. "^SQ €>»* QQQQ I ] ^ \ 
GO e€'3 aicT; ©^^^ ©flG^— 3. For. (^ — 
■QQ q«l€!9. GQ O «f g «iS— ^§9»9, fl^'QQ© 
«19 l) V 1 QGQS'lGQ — 4. With the ob- 
ject of. ( ^ — €3 § 80^" <OI4 agg I ) 
♦ I SQQIi^G^ — 5. With the intention of, 
( laeii— 5,^^ ^l^ia^ «€)<9i ^^ssa q; o aig 

sen S)§SI§ O ^ l «>9$%— 6. Frorc. 

g^G€i— e<?. a ( ^'^ agio )— 1 1 g«.:q^ ( gqs ) - 

Sakaise ^rj^ ^iSScT 1- Sakasu ( See ). 

>I^C*t 5 I ©©SG9j S106Q— 2. Near. ( q— ^^1- 
513^1^ 9^ GQ^ <I Q^ ©SGfiJ 9§6a GQ© gQiGfl — 

qyioia- 0i^'« I ) '^ I 9i«i.'G€ij aiSisQ— 

a. By the side of, ( q — q^^ S^GQ 

o«qiQ©i I ) 

e©-G<?GQ» ©« ( 'a. 3©^ ) — ^ gs^© (6Q«) — 

- Saki , 1. Bauki ( See ). 5| «)6iq g^©«i QSlcji&a-eQ 

^^5(t^ ^lfl<«'» Q^ISQ flQGSl "^ta^GQ^ -2. Of sad 

gsfiV temperament; prone to take offence. 

• I QQ^IQ S^se®^— 3. Suspicious. 

Sakukshi fllMQ*" Qt^l^Q)— <Qflieie' fl®^ ^^Sii 
(QQ 01 ^€^tfl1)— 'Uterine;bora of the same 

mother ( Apte), 

Sakutdi Sankurdi ( See ) 

«%Q€V-^**. 5> (G<?'Q''S>)— «?ft1 ^9^G€ig-A kind of 
Sakuranda wild tree. (o-Gq'q*'© 510GQ 

Q^G^SQ 9qai<] I) 




9. 3i6iq^ 


g^Q— Q«. 9-^«. I (a© ylg-fg^ .QO3 ©9I®q)— €!(£«»• 

SBkula ggt. €€1€JQ 5IQ— -1. Ophecepbalus 

(a^ft— a»*<Q9) StriatUB; a kind of fish, y\ 

{ q=gqic> QGi Si© 91'3'Q )— <W€1GQ 

©IQ ^^9. ^^5^,1 ^19 — 2, A kinsman 

(g«Qi— %1) { Apte ). ^ q«. $^. g»~( Qgg^% 

g-^_^a )— «. I ■<J0 9QQl^Q (<?*9)— '1. Of 

the same family (Apte)* ^ \ Qg^cQfl^© — 

2. Belonging to a noble fami'y ( Apte)» 

m I aQ^n^J ^9^ — 3- Having a family 

( Apte ). VI d€)^IQ qQO— 4, Along 

with or aecompanied by one's family 

(Apte). 

€l%QI€f©— «°. ^ ( ^^1 ©«; g^O + a^i^© )— Q@€imi@J 
Sakularbhaka q|« G€!€^0} G€i€^fii«9l — 

A small Seula fish. 

g^ol—q-. ^ ( q^jQ+e; )— ^i^Ql i ( GQa )— 
Sikuli Sakuli 1 ( See ) 

Sakulya ai^|Q)_i i qeoi^ 91§i O© "^SiH 
Q«t9 — 1. One of the same family; one's 
distant kinsman between the 7th and 
10th degrees from a person. 9 I aa^f 

« Q^QQ ^''Sasi— 2. One's distant kins- 
men 3 generations abov'e ones Sap inda 
ancGstcrs and 3 generations below one^s 
Sapinda descendants, m \ aa«IQ ^a^Q 
9 ^Si®Q Q®^©» «^^'asj i ^9isi 9 iiS.9Q 
€15] «0 •" ge^«lQ 9*<9 — ^- 0»^'^ diet'ant 
kinsmen in the 7th to 9tli generation 
above and below a person i. e, the 7th, 
8th and9th degrees.iri -y^Q -JQQ^l Q^iSj^Q 
(^ '?aa«Ct^ — 4f. One's distant agnates in 
general. (Apte) [q— aa^lQ *«Q§' QI^SJQ 

•» gs^Q alQi flyg Q**^ '^Q^' a*^ I a^fl* 
aai©^ oseiiQ €|^'©o 6 a&ig© va g^QOi^ 

G«@ G<?Q asslQ Q3GQ <S «G« 5>fl, Tq d- 
Q9 q,^€IGi Q'lStv ^*^** ^^^ ' ^%^*t£5- 


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6 QQi^QQ: q^?Q ^QIQ iC^ 9Q ^^ Q«$ 

Sakiut eiGQ cii^— 1. Once only. 9 I qS'QI — 
2. Always. w» i g^© — 3. With> together 

with^ along with, v i <igoi3 9€<? e©1^9 
QfQ€Q — 4. Once; at one time; on one 
occasion; formerly. (Apte) -j^l ©©®^|Q— 
4. At once, (^pte) e. $ — Q^l — Foecus; 

night-soil. 

Sakynt-garbha a^Q «I9 QQ*^ yiQei Qq q<^\Q 
QQ^ISfi) qQi3l<!) — t I GeigQ3 goQ^ BAOQJ 
«OQ^—l. Mule. (Apte) j | €9^ g,] asQ 
fli« «^ tfil ei?!CiaS -2, A woman who 

has once been pregnant, g. q^i. q] 

aSQ q|« Q^'iilSisQls;^! (^l)-(a woman) 
Who has conceived once, 

Sakiut-praja g^l^+g )_eia a€Q Qi© ggQ 
(993^ g©! — <|1) «t€€i — Begetting once only. 
^*- «>— S"!©; (jei^ 9|i^g— Crow. 

Sakxutpraja g§io ©tj^ QQas; <1^9adfl,1 — 

A woman who has once given birth to 

a child, go. ^€1. *— 9<J€)ai:Q Ulster— 

Feminine of Sakrut-praja. 

Sakrut-prasuta GOQ« GQIfO g^» 35^ <;»GQ> 
( a^ojgQ^i— agt^a ) giw®'.i«.(a womaD) 
Who bears only one child. ^^ 5). ^1— 
<. I 9IW«f| ^1—1. A woman who bears 
only one child. 5 I QQ^ Q\f^ eiSQ qt* 
SaO gqae— 2. A co\r that has calved 

once. 

Sakrat-phala ^ ^. g^,Q q^^ g,^ ga <j<I ) _ 
«Qfil aa— Plantain tree; Musa Sapi- 

entom. 


Safeiuddukhakara 0<1 ( ai<91 9QQ| 91 QSQ 9G<? 
(3!}G>^8a3Q— BOt^a) t^lSiQQ §69 ) — Producing 
(gJiQj«©g, g^QJ^gQI^^I) grief once for all. 

e^QlQ— ««- ^ (s?Q7©)-gOH 99©e€i9— Name of 
Sakfudbira a wild tree, (© — ^<^\ g^qg, 

agi 9% Qiq— e^gaS, 9^©»ft«>, 9i©9»o 

Sakrudbira B«!©2ir ( qo J — A plant produ- 
t^«^#t^ cing a bitter fruit which is fried 

m^^mm and eaten. 

^^a^— ^^ Oq. ^* — ^8^3 '^saig^ — Ndisarable; wret- 
^Sakittpana (q^a«i— .^1) ched ( Apte ). 

:5akesa egaqs^— 1, Hairy; shaggy, q ( qqq 
^@©— 2. Having hairs mixed with it. 

eGO*©©— s*- ©«. qf ( 9^ia ^'^'^Sj q+eteg)— 

Sakaitaba ga^l; SOQisq -^Deceitful; fraudu- 
(qe^OQI— %) Jent, 

Sakopa ea) — Qoi®^©; ^^ — Angry^ wrathful. 
( ^e^la, geqe— aoi^a > 
( vicoiai, QG^lfcii, qsqat - q,3 ) 

QGC'yi— €Q. 9€j ! fl% qc^itf)— 96910 (eo«) — 

^'dkrodhS Sakopa ( Sae ) ( €J— ©a|. ^-g' q|^€> 
G5»!Q qS^Idl — Q®. GQ^GQga^iOtq I ) 

3^— GQ^GQ. $ (S-n— Q9; Ofeq'© ©Q«a aSGQ ai^ 
Sakka G9IQ91 Q^9 — -^^ carrier of water in a 
^^t 9^^r leathern bag, 

^^ — a*. ©«i. ^' ( 9o©^fcifi=a9§ G^gi + ef . o )- 

Sakta e I aa"®- 1. Deposited* offered. ^ 1 

(q^l— ^1) ^^^ — 2. Fixed; specified. «» | ^99— 

3. Devoted to; attached toj engaged. 

"s i qGOlGQIol — 4- Attentive to. » I g<^Q. 

QQ iaiQ^^i— 5. Connected with; securely^ 

joined toj etuck to. 


^9 


( 9^r9 ) 


Q«ll 


Sftkti 1. Attachment; love for any thiog or 
person. 5 I Q^GfllCI — 2, Union; jaoction. 
^ I aQ©€Q€l — 3. Attention; devotion to 

any roatter* 

Saktu a^a— Corn flour; corn meal* 

g^^— si\ ^ ( gg^+giea. « )— ^ i «9^ ( e^a )— 

Siktuka gaktu(S2e) ^ I etSJsSiGeiQ ( S^Q 

92 «9^ ^Qm o«^ QQleiGQ 2^) — 2. A sort 

of poisoDOUs plant the nodes of wich 

are full of powdery matter. 


€i^^Q(Ql) -g": 9 ( G^'^Q^ie )— «iq1 9a ( SQ® ) 
Saktuphaladl) Saml biuksha ( ^ee ) 

Saktbi ^<^^; QQ — 1. The thigh. 5 I 9;>SQ 
(qojgj— aQHga) asreeaa— 2. a part of a cart. 


Sakretis 


^ 


Ql/©Q 


9§© — Socrates;the famous 
Greek philosopher. ( ^ — ^G^t?, 

^gjQ9' «q €i©iQlQ GQ© i < Qae?! gS^si 

«I^GQIaGQ qQiSQ^GQ ©«3|0 pQ ;g 

©ii? ff(;?l Q^ GQQ^GRG'^ G3 Ol'^l W©IQ 
$Qi^GQ ^^ Ql^i^G^ 1 

gG^t^G- Gw'jaN gci^GQ GCI!S<I Q^IQ SSj 
<^lff ^1 ©ilS'sT { Xanthipe ) a® €^gQ^l 

910 ©Gfiii I <19i GQ^ ©IC %1 a<$Q q3 QIQ 
-GQIOI ^3Q^ 0IQ9|Q€)^ CIQQt Silt ^llf <]9IQ' 

^9GQ 8Gif» GQGft I <i?iea q«l gGOf^^ 

GflQ a©^» 9GQ seg-O <jqQ|« 9QQ] G^tQ Q 
'iSGfil G€»l^ 91Q » €il$l I )'^ 


Cia« — G9* 9€t ( ag_Q ) { ^•. afl; si"^^© 'aaq' €1^9 
Sakahama ^9qoiefe a^ 9^©9IQ )— giQCIj 
^^ ^irS gqa' — \ble; competent. ( Q — '^^^ 

SGce GQ90 <]9i<d ^ © 9Q@|96Q Q^^Q 

GQ€tg qiU <<]^ £Q|@^a9'i|$3 StQ €)tQ Qt9l^ t 
esq Q 6fi»« ''aq' ^1 ^^qa' Gfi^Soi Q©©; 
^sqi g9 ^i^t^lO^ «?i *aqi€fl»' ^eGQ '^sq' 
€)Q QMQ^tSt 9qS}Q QIGQ I qi9 G9Q aOGQ 
^91 G9^ Q*1$91Q ^Q^ ^\^9 <9I 390© 
§G§ 1 ) 

€IQTO)— GQ. © (aq®) (^^ ap©0— aiQasii) ^i^'ef't — 

Sakshamata Ability; competence. 

gSPU— G<3>. 9^ (Qi€n<» 9Qt) — 3^1 QQIQGQ ^qfil — 
Sskshama Able to forgive. 

(^— q@qi ©«% aGQ GQ9 I19^GQ I 

gi©L 55©^a^ Qloi I) 

30 {0©mI9)--G©QQ* ©— aCQ©11Q (GQa) ' 
Sakh (etc) "" Sak etc. (See) 

g<si— ^. ^ (S Q^- q«— [aoM ap 9Ga- ^sai' as? gqigGQ 

Sakha q_^ G^Gii* ^^a' 9<J (oai— Qoqei, ©i^i^qei)] 

Q€!l- ^© Priend; The form of word 

'Sakha* when compounded with 

another word,] 

QSi!— «. Q- ^" (afifl-so ^fli* vs»-; 9=^qq|Q4-eiii. 

Sakha fcj|^=Q^O| + ©d". QJ 319*^ GQG© 931© 

(qsil— ^1) GQiS* Q-^^)— fi. lOJ^gt— 1. A friend 

of the same age. ^ | 9 9-2. Friend, (s^— 

Q^lgG^ Q>1Q QG© ©Q©©sq, qG9 gG^©©! 

©QQIQ Q9iq I GGIIGQ©. QQ^GJSII |) [5 — 

^«af^3 qf ©, ^« <S g«i q^JGQ sg^q «?q 

a®tiag9G©i ©<»jj QS<S©l§?i©8 ^f a^ i 
<©^q*» QGQ^aT^*, gqai^s g^ii q©i n 

«« ; GQ qff©i a§iq© ©i <]©flsi aia^, g9 

^$©; gi^lQ- 91^©ftia ^90- ©Id9©l0 ^GGT 

«qio, 63 q9 ^<^ GQ ^95^ glq gi^^Q** 

■q^Ifii, Ga gai I ] • » q§©^— 3. Bosom- 
friend. V I g^OQ — 4?. Companion. 


Mb'-f.^MAiiCU^ietiHStSU^H 


9611 Q9 


( 9^rr ) 


QCP 


Sakha bhaba SakhibbSba. (See) 

3©|ffli (Q©*t|Q) — GQ' ©— a«IO QQtIO (eQ€l) 
Sakhala (etc) Sakala etc (See) 

(^ — eq 9IQ31 <i>Q Q9 e^ieo %SI 91QQ 
9\Q9 I £rQ3Q€9l9Q« &9Ki dOq.^ t) 

5^akhaiu(iuS) SakSlu. (See) 

^€1^531 (Q©*'!^)— GQ- Q. 6 ©« — 9eil9«l Q©«iiCi (eQ«) 

Sokhalua (etc) Sakhalua etc. (See) 

Q€llGa~6Q. ^. Q^— 9g:G« (GQfil) 

Sakhale Sakaje (See) 

«€1I G^IQQ — 69, S>— Q^^ ^SJ^— Friends and 

Sakha sodara relatives. ( €^ — g^l -G3IQ9 6?IIQ 

«® -9- P q*' (€IQ)(Q-=9'3lQ + fi1''Uyt§=©§9l+©*Qj 

Sakbi jgi-^t^ GQgg ^910 G9lfi^ 09^; <1@ 90Q 

gaqi 9«59 s^^ aQ ^gsil' ^i©iG5i Q*19§© 

Companion; bosom friend, ( ^ — <l 

ejQGaiCi I) sr. ©. q,!— W^"! SQQ <i1 9G^iijo) 

(gG«l — qf) 3€ll Q©gGaifeJ^ — Ob friend ! ( add- 
ressed to a female friend), gq. 9 — 

(Qfifl— S®'*^Q) (9^ 9fill)— ^ 1 <jG^Q; 9.^©Q!j 
-^^ g^ft — 1- An imagei doll^ puppec. 5 I 3fll1 
^^TIS?!^ Ql9^^l aq ^Qq Qiaol— 2. a very 
■!# beautiful girl. GQ, ^s— (?. qsi]) 9Cil Q| 
^^t Q^Sii QQ qj?^ (QlftQl) — Very beautiful 
(girU- Q^QQ. ©tfl — 9© (GQa)— -^aki.lSee) 
QIGQ ( aiffq.Q ) C)— ^©i 9Cr <Jfil— 

Friend. 

Sakbijana A friend, 

(^ftilSO ?— ^1) 

SakhitB(twa) q^<t — Close friendship. 

e@fi»l% — GQ. ©— GQOlfllGO 9®»1 aaCQ G^.^lQlQ 
Sakhinata dGGIQ G9g GQI^IOIQ*} €ja© ©Q 

gerO ifl^^ GQia^asf. QG^Q 0I« —a puppet dance 
in which puppets are made to dance by 


puUiug the attached horse-hair from 

behind, 

^©1-9% ^. ^l-(^ WQ Wl«*crj 9S+^> fii)— 

Sakbi ^ t 9!^gi| — 1. A female companionr 

y I ^1G<5«Q ^1 9<?©^ — 

2. A lady's maid or companion. 

ecO Qi^— giGQ (a® ifl) 9—^1 gqagq <^$q oitaQqc? 

Sakhi nata OlS— Dancing of boys in the garb- 

of girls. 

Sakhi pila GQ^* ?l«» 9«1 0| ^1g9€1GSI OIG©— 
C^ >f^ 'TtC^ The boy who takes female part 
^^ ^T^^ in country dance. 

(9«1 ^a-ei€>i^9) 

gcil QG>— 6Q Q (€^15> 9^Q|S^ «H9$© €lp) — ^qq'f 

Sakhi bhaba q^; i«}isf SO <jii^g<(i 9! a^e'Sls q9— 

^^ 'oi^ The stat^ of being a bosom fri^Ddj the 

^*sft *7I^ condition of thinking one^s self as the 

'Sakha* or *Sakhi» of Sri Kiushna,[Q — 

^€§©QMGQi® m ^^^1 <^9'G€J (5 ^^Gfla©t 

69i«i g^Q ©6Q; aefi,©^ ^lif^ff^^DiWQ geijqiGQ 

©9?!GQ, G9^a^ fllfcjO^a^ ^^ QGQ ^Qg©- 

sis' <$<] i] 

g*a§i— GQ. 9 (S 9«i— 9flf^ (GQei) 

Sakbnrdi Sankhurdl. (See) 

^S€l— «•• H: (9© €iQ>Q g"^a 9GHlliO) — G9 9661 | G9 
Sakhe §^ I — Oh friend! (addressed to a male 
(98— «,1) friend.) 

g«S-9°. © (sa + Q©- a) — V I Gq'^13 G9l9lQ— 
Sakhya !• Close friendship. $ \ a&a©| — 

2, Intimacy, 
[g — <39l<i QQQ G«@ aq.'a agiQGQ *9«if®l 

^i&'i QG>— 9'*. 9— ^^i^Q© a^ga - 

Sakhya bhaba Friendly attachment. 

Sakhya sthapana ^| <a©<E©| ©ift"^!® e^aij^- 
OQ€ — Establishment of dose friend- 
ship with a person, 

gc!— GQ, ©^— gai (gqa) 

Saga Saga. (Sec) 


^Q€i 


( ^tr« ) 


g«l<^ 


Sagana »!Siq 0| 01 Q'*^) — « I ^I^OQ — 
1, Accompanied with ooe's retinue; 
attended by one's followers, ? | 8QQ« 

Q^®— 2. AccoEapanied with the 
members of one's own class, w | ^g^ 

©l^i^ — 3. Of the same class. <j © GQCT 

©GQIt gg QQGQ 'J'lQfO G^lQaKl — The 
three letters that are used in a metrical, 
composition, [q — <§ QSQlt ^g 9aj^ 939 
^Cj g^ QQ^ c§ GflQ q|§ q^ I ] Gqi, ^. ^«- 
3^5n:«i QQQQQ G9'Q—Iti company with one's 
^^ ^fk^ attendants and compamons. [s$ — 

Sagandha ^i^^ — 1. Scented j smellingj per- 
fumed^ fragrant. 9 I Q^q^ — 2. Ptoud; 
arrogant. » I OS <?a©i©— 3. Botn ofj'tlae 
same family; kindred. gQ, 9 — QS^ 
^^ 51,— Kinsman^ kin. 

Sagara ?9q^; ^sig— Mixed with poison, 

'a®, ^, qr. (^'^.) ( ^— Q§o+aQ=©9 

eClQ© ©G€e — Name of a king of the 
Solar dynasty of ancient India. (6^ — 
€)€;« «GCr95ii6i3^, qSIS) 0!9 G9€i 60^ I 

<S 5©g^q 69IQ 9»<i 9Sf® .*S*^ *^ 69t 

ge<g1 eiQiQ^i flGcr aQO eiCi®i% 6<?GQj 
©eiia" ©WQ QQ*0i® 69Q ot§ <<f aai — 

©1«6Q §t^^ q©* M?iGQ ©IW Cl^'^ '3«Q* 

©I© S9€<;5 <S »i«? 36wr Qscr qiqsiq-^ ©ic 


0^694 I 


G9iq f © Gf ©o q©H$ goe^^iQ qq bsf- 

0|Og-8<?© q,:9©?6€!96Q a©ie;^9!QCi ©GQl 

<39i«-€i <3© 0^1 ^'ea ^^•iqr' si's) % ^^<^m^ 
oiflg -c© g^ 6 o© ©oil ©^ 69S«4 1 3a€i«^ 

B©M©q| q«1 'G^VQq^'G- Q^\ GQI«<1 fl!«a8^ 

©I© G9Q 6 6*3^ qi«g§^5 9i6<3 9©IQ ^^ 

QI9IQGQ 1 QQQ tf«^ ^^Q^H Q^ g^a ©Q 

QQ ^ Q<^ ©€)©i QidT 909^ aiieqy sa@ aQ"^ 

OG© 1 Q§ <1?|€© g© 691© ^9 ^^^-^ ^^^ 

0l©i«G© ©9© qsi© aflfiGQ ©!@ ©^Tgs^ I ti% 
9©9I G*9^ gQQQ-Q QIC^l 9©!© ^^ ^^^j- 

G€^i© Q©iQG© ea, €^g ©qsi eii© '3!QQ' ©i 

Q9,©G© QQ«© G9Q I (aClQ ©*!©■ QJAI©©" 
9tg G«l©i G9iQ^©!9, g«Q.Q ©Ifl '^•aiQQ* 
G9© i ) Q9Q© 9 ^qiG© ^^ 69!Q 6«lia 

9i©iae© si ©9« fl^© anfls© Q®1q a^<j^ 
GQ^ ©So fl©©^€i§) a^^Qaa^^i G©i^ ^sjq 
fl^© g© ©g©l©i Q^<^\Q ©Q ©1©^©^ 6©©;% 
6^©i© -^ae^ ©9q^ aQ€i*aGQ -o i*- ©»i© 
Qig qa 6ei§» ^fl G9i©€ie© I a©89Q qsQi? 
€al« a°qcii» ei©i©ii a^'^e^© ©991,^9© 

aQ©^d £]^$ 6€)€ ©q©G© I €^Q©©l^G© <^ 

adi©SQ<?ad© '^sil^a^^Gi^ Qcri^ q^^^sg 
alt (<15!gi2i ©CM©© a©" ©Ifl ^q^lsiaV G9IQ 

at 1) aO*!© ©IS G©€l© G©51iC) ©@Q Q^Q 

a^q ©16^ eoQ. ^5©,^© e©iQG© 6 ©Qs 
Q&© agflc© ««©©• 5>» 9©iQ g.@© ^9 Q^ - 

G^ 91© 9iQ© G99I^Ga<^IG©.©i9IQai©6© i 

a©ii(?y ©cri© qn.©, ^Gcr ^ft© G^i©g©i 
fl9i^ (©crw'a© ^crfl) 9©^!©©© ?i9ifi!s^sa 

9C)©^© G9«ia9 6 GqOlG©gQ©3^^©©Q*«l^ 

9q^G© ^95 q9a^ 9©^ ^1© ^^^ I <9I99I 

GaoiGQ eois-0 ©Q €q©i W ^<3 i] 

gQ^— qo. Q^. q«. ( g+a;?; ©?^9 ) e ! CI^Q 

Sagarba (©"i©)- 1- Proad; arrogant, y \ 

(gcw_qj) flQ-9j (©I©1 ©I ©f «'9i©)— 2. (word 

or act) Fall of arrogance^ 

gQ9'(G9')— G©. ^-©e { fl*. ««<?» )— «^ Q9©!eQ^ 
SagarKrbe) a©©Q©eQ— Proudly; arrogant 
>|9R;^^ ^|irt lyjwith arrogance. [aaj— q' 


t«<r 


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( ^^ti" ) 


g&Qtd 


«i^Q^Q»^OS^ I ) 

S^garbha ^ | a€$*)^q© csg^io q.^ (<S€l jjoiq)— 

(qO^'l — ^1) (a blade of Kusa grass) Enclosing 

a small leaf within it. ? I QQqfii; 

fe^QQq^ — 2. Having a grarbha i, e* 

bellj; bellied; having an uteras. g% ©• 

^^ 91©^ Cl^""^ ©1©) ^Qi 9C<5>lQ€l— 
One's full brother; uterine brother. 
^QQ— ^°: ©^. %1 (M^'+a) cis'^Sl— Pregnant. 
Sagarbha big with child. q^ ^. %1 — 

^^g^l — One's full sister or uterine 

sister^ 

^GQM— 3». ^6^€{ r. (qqq'+q) — gas?' (69€i)— 

Sagarbhya Sagarbha (See) 

qcig^^l -^•. ^ 6 ^«- ^1— (9€1S$'+9 + <l El)— qQ^' 
S igarbhya (eQ«) — Sagarbha (See) 

^Qi— GQ. ^^ [ g*. QQi^* ( g=g§si ^i O'sia+ai^^ 

Saga eQ9); e9|§) aQQ €9% 6«>\9Q Q\9 

^oi J ea^ ©^"sQ 9q9«>i s^^f c©i§)Q 

99 QISI^ qSqkI— ( the eye of a spade ) 

Construotcd in such a manner that 

the handle which is passed through it 

comes very close to its blade or body. 

Saga(ge)iba; QQ^Ij QQ\ Q ^Q Q^\<i <19Q ^9SS1 
^l^^^^t ©CIQ ©q9l^ 603^^ €Q!fQ 

^©IQQI 1 QQ9 — To shape the eye of 

^« OQ91 r ^JQ'Sa© a spade In such a manner 

^SOQ^I ^ that the handle passed through 

it will be very near ( making an acute 

angle with ) the blade 

■siq^i— e. Q^ ( 9^q1§^ ^— «9+q.^ ) — ^ I q.^q9 — 

Saguna 1. Possessed of attributes, J | c^€^q 

(©q.^^— ^ag©) q,^q9 — 2. Possessed of good 

attributes or qualities* « I ^% €1Q» d 


©fl8 ap q_^pi^ — '^. Possessing the three 
worldly attributes ( Q|l— good, Q»8 — 
indifferent, ©9&— bad), d | Ql^aiQ© — 
4. Worldly, ^ \ q^ 9\ Q6$f) QQ^i^l 
(ti§); €0€f bg)6Q q^ ©^ai<J— 5. Stringed 
(bow). $»l qi©l€); €191'3l— 

6. Corporeal; having a form. 

^^^1— ^- ©-^QS^Gas—A kind of devotion. [^ — 
Sagua^ gO-a* CQaiQ QfllO, gK^Q Q^ Ql($ ©1^ I 

©gQio; ^€19© I 3 [ S — ^i^®> ^^^ ^ 

39IQ qiJS€l aG©**©Q §«gl g^QIO G99G© 

o;>ai e^Q ?i9i^ ^q^l «3§* -<3©m€il g^iQ 
aes I ] 

Sagunopasana £)^Qft gq_^ 91 €191^ 9<iiQIGQ 
Eig&lO! — 1. Worshipping God as mani- 
festiog Himself in a visible body having 
attributes, human and divine. 5 I 9l©lQ 
^3|'3Q|~2. Image-worBhip; idolatry; 
worship of God considered as possessed 
of different attributes and assuming 
different bodies. [ Q — ^^"©§^1 Q9GQ 
*^^^^l'j 9I«05^I%9GQ '^%^ 6 ^9IQ0 ^9GQ 

^§Q^ — ^^'Si^ . <^9€; QfikOioy© «cqy©i 
0Q91 gqs^iaigwtQ ©y 1 1 
QGGiia — g*. ©SI. qf ( 9g^1^; €1=9^105 <i©+gqi^ 

Sagotra — (^a QI'^IQ)-— t I <© 6€li^^ ©IS — 

(flQOI^l — ^1) 1. Born of the same clan, y \ 

(mGClie— ^991?j) <i9 *?«lls^— 2« Of tbe same 

kin; kindred. Q'. Q — <. I qfii^ -^a — 

1. Lineagajpedigree^ family. 5 [ @ig,j 

Q^q.— 2. Kinsmanj kindred- kinsfolk. 

<9 ( Sa^l©^ 69^* *5JQ ©«1S?Q ^QQq'^© 
9!@©S^ias'l© G9^*?^IGQ «>G^ G«|:^a©^© 
^^lifi? <?€ltlQ as^ )— 3. Persons descen- 
ded from one and the same progenitor 
( eage ). [ g— 'gGQI^Q- fisuGQ WI9 ©S^ i 
^Q^ 9© Pi ©<»*tt eta^i^ «^i tis^i qiQiqikQ' 
^QI9^ ©i% 9©I9 ©q©! €)^<9 I ] 


eeai^ ^©19 


( ^tfe'i ) 


Qfl-iq 


Sagotra bibaha QQ^I — Marriage with an 

agnate or kinsfolk. [ Q — O^l ^Q 9© 

S igotra sapinda egt«g (ji-J^Q S^QIO^iq aq.« 
ag— Persons of the same kin connected 
with a person by the offering of funeral 
cakes. ( Q— ei^o 0*19 aa^iQ 2Q\^f 

aiO I <9Q §«GQ S^W ^9Cia *" ^^S (^ 

Q\Q\Q9^ gPIQiq*? C§ 9© aq|©|q9 <^ GG^$§j 

Gia-^' €if$qi»i? gcQ gqiq 9^g^o' ©i^^ 
G3fllSO GqiQ m^^ gGQif a§?> I iSai— 

Sag-otra q,lsiQ^— Feminine form o£ ^Sagotra'. 
Sagotri Sagotra. (See) 

■gei — ^. ©-[a=g9 +©0"=^^ di^=GQ9Q oqq!+ 

Sagdhi ^^. q] — V I ^9 GgSi»; <]®S> 6^®Q— 
1, Dining together^ taking meals to- 
getheri act of eating together, ^ I aQ'i 
QHg GGCr -0;^ Q*9SQ Gg»o — 2- Act of 
dining with others in the same row in 

caste feast* 

.QQ^—g-. 9« (g^g^O + QCi^^'SiSi'l QG99 j Q'^gl^) — 
Sighana ©QtSllfi — Dancing. GQ. ^» Q^ 

^t'^T?: <?|Qq.iQ— Repeatedly; over and over. 

^^ GO. «?ei (aQ'<) («. 'qq'q aq.Q QGi^ici)— -a© — 

gjT Dense. (^— «>;;» ^QGfl gSS- @Qj G^ ^^ W® 

^qQ I (^Q©. Ggq asiqo I) 

Sadkata (etc) Samkata etc. pte) 


e^%i— Q°. P- g,1— •g^^&i (gq«) 

Sankata Samkata, (See) 

^e'^l(G^)€i(Q©^i<?)— GQ. ^. ^1— Q*©&l(GS)^ q®i|« 
Sattkata(te)i (etc) (GQ'S) — Sainkata(K)i etc, 

(See). 

«iQf^'g— g°. 9— g^'QsiQ (GQ«) 

Sanka^aksba Samkataksha. (See) 

ci©aQ— go. o—qogaQ (^qsi) 

S iokathana Samkathana. (See) 

(-I'^ai— affi^a^ 

Sarikara Samkara, (See) 

?IGfq (Q©*'10)— GQ. P- g°*^ Q9*liO (GQSl) 
S inkara (etc) Samkaraete. (See) 

ee?q§i^s-r. Q— q'-QQ^'^s) (gq«) 

S inkaranubhuti Samkaranubhati, (See) 

s ink^ranti Samkaranti, (See) 

S inkari Samkarl. (See) 

9G?q9Q€l— ^^ ©— qV=31QQ^ (GQ«1) 

S^nkarikarana Samkarikarana. (See) 

g©^— GQ. — g*Q^ (GO«1) 

Saokaru Sambaru. (See) 

S^nk-irahaaa Samkarshana, (Sae) 

Sankala Samkala. (See) 

Sankalapa Saiiakalapa. (Sae) 

e«Qq©l— ^"* ^^' g'— g-C»QS^©l (G9€l) 
Sankalayita Saiiikalayita. (See) 

Saiikalita Samkalita* (See) 

SciAkalpa (etc) Samkilpa etc. (See) 

?1«?^© (Q©^Iq)— g^ ©® — 9*0Si© QQilQ (GQfil) 
Sankalpita (etc) Saiiikalpita etc (See) 

Sa&kasuka Samkasuka ( See ) 

. SankSra Saiikara ( See ) 

ci^iq-sr. 9. ^1— ««l^ ( GQ3 ) 
Satikarl SariikSri ( See ) 


I I I ifi nri"! -nrii-T-fi'Tiirrnffaiinrmii'f'i'iillilrtlWl 


qQ|€l 


( ^'n^? ) 


9Q1QQ1 


Sankasa Saiikasa ( See ) 

€!©S) — ^- © — 9"^» ( €<?«) ) 

Sankiia SainkUa { See ) 

gCfl^ ( Q©M<J )--3- ^^— W§ QQ^^iQ ( GQS ) 

Sankirnna ( etc ) Sarhkirnna etc ( See ) 

Sankirttana(aa) ( etc } San5kirttana(i3a) etc 

(See) 

Sanklrttita Saiiikirttita. (See) 

Sankacha(cbe)iba Sarakucha(cbe)iba. (See) 
dQ-OO (Q©f!^) — Sr. <)5I — S1°$©Q QQilQ (SQ^) 

SaiTikuchita (etc) Satikuchita etc. (See) 

e€^©Qi — GQ. ^ — 9*<i©«>I (GQffl) 

Sankuohiba Samkuchiba, (See) 

CI€^^Q — Q^ ^— «*>qjfeQ (GQ«) 

Sankutana Samkutana. (See) 

«I^©(Q9HIC))— GQ. <§ ^€i — gcrji CJ©M|Q (6Q$i) 

:Sankur§i(etc) Samkhurdi.etc (See) 
€IG? Q — SQ.Q (?1° €l^«)-S*G©©— To ken; sign, (gj — 

^IfQta I oQiQGqi^c?- QQ\^ ©og^q t) 

€I€^€J— Qt. © 6 ^^— 9o(JQ (6<5»ei) 

^ankuri Sainku^i. (See) 

?j<SQ (QQ11Q) — a», ©^— Q**^® qsitp (sQei) 
Saokula (etc) Saiikula etc. (See) 

€lffi;pGi— q*. ^ — (aa^+^Q^- a!^=o«^ QQ9l+^9< 

Sankulaua a»)— ^ | <1Q^10Q^—1. Gathering; 

heaping up. 5 I Q'S^ 0€i9|j GaiQI^i 

gQQt — 2- Act of getting up many 

things together. 

a^i— GQ. 9 <^ 9^— qcrjai (gq«!) 

Sankiiia Samkhuja. (See) 

Sankulana 0^15— Sufficiency. ^€i e. | 0^1^ — 
^5tT^ 1. Sufficient. / ( QGa^— 2, Enough. 

Sankul^aa heba giQ^-(j aiQQi— 1. To suffiioe. 
q^^^T 2 , To be enough. 


«G?6)ai^q!;-G<g»- e— Q<»eifta[i^O (GQ«i)_ 

Sankulia(yS) Samkhulia(ya). (See) 

gCPS^© — <a'. ^« — g*^ftQ (GW) 

S ankulita Samkulita. (See) 

Sankuliba "^ Samkhuliba. (See) 

eGC5?(6Cr)Q^I— 9IGQ (PtGQ^Gi) S- aiO ^^\Q9\ Qfls^G© 
S3nke(nkhe)iba ^si eW?!^i ^^'^Q ^SJ. ®'^ ^^^^ 
Clt^? C^m\ S*?Q 0I9IQ S^ICi '^©GQ B^Q\ QQ q§6Q 

To turn upside down the contents of 
the pit with the help of the palmer 
a rod while paddy is being husked.- 

esQ?© (QS110)— s*. o— ci*G®© Q©tiQ (qq«i) 

Sanketa (etc) Samketa etc. (See) 

QG^I^ (G)0^10)— 96qfl© QO^lGi (^0«) 

Sankocha (etc) Satikocha etc. (See) ' 

Sankochana Sathkochana. (See) 

€ieS?iOQ — Q"' ^ — g'^G^IQ^ (GQ«) 

SankochaDi gaiikochani. (See)- 

Sankochaniya Samkoohaniya. (See) 

^G«?iq(GQ)Q9!=-GQ §— eGV'|€jQQ| ( 69<s ) 

Sankocha(che)iba SamkochaibS ( See ) 

eGQ?l©S>l — €0. ^^— eG©l©S?! ( GQ5) ) 

Sankocbiba Sainkochiba ( See ) 

91Q^\& 6991— GQ. ^—36^1© G^VI ( GQ$I ) 

Saukochi heba Samkochi heba ( See ) 

QGG?IOl -9', Q^ - Q'C©!©! ( ^0<S\ ) 

Sankochi Samkoohi (^See ) 

36s?iOH (Qa*iip )— a w— Q'Ggis^ Q®'((Q ( 6<stej) 

Sankochya (etc) Sambocbya etc ( See ) 

g^Q©— g°, Q — g«^«?o ( G'qi^ ) 

Sankrandana Seiiikrandana (•■See) 

Sankrama (etc) Samkrama etc ( Sec ) 

gg«©— «l^ Qgi— 9»^9© ( eQSi ) 

Sahkramita Samkfamita ( See ) 

g^flQI— GQ. ^- q««^©l ( Gf^iei ) 

Sahkramiba Samkramiba ( See )' 

^?K??§}""GQ. ? — 9»^| ( GQffl ) 

Sankra(nkri, nkru) Sainkra ( See ) 

g^l(G^)QQI— GQ. ^— 9*«IG9I ( GQ^ ) 

c5-anS^ra(nkre)iba ■ s^mkraibs ( See >■ 


o^fi^ 


( 9^^^ ) 


QOI^ 


aukranta SamkrSnta (See) 

S^nkranti (etc) Samkranti etc. ( See) 

Sinkrama Samkrama ( See ) 

gQ.GQ (q©wq) — a", ^^— g^^iqg q©^iq ( 6Qei ) 
Sankramaka (etc) Samkramaka etc ( See ) 

Ssnkramazia Samkramam ( See ) 

Sankraraika Samkramika ( See ) 

^I^SlSO — q«* Q^ — Q-^l^© ( GQa ) 

Sifll^ratnita Samkramita ( See ) 

Q^i^OK^) -^•. e— 9"^!^®! ( 6Qfl ) 

Sankran]ita(twa) Saixikramita ( See ) 

q^(»1)€iQ— Q'. ^ (2iq<5»)— 5*>^(^1)©0_( GQ«i ) 

Sankri(nkrl>taaa Samkri(kri)tana ( See ) 

CIGTO — Q°. ©— e^GW ( GQ« ) 

Sahkleda Samkleda ( See) 

qg q— Q«, © — g'Q!^ ( GQ«l ) 

Sankshaya Samksb&ya ( See ) 

Sankshipta (etc) Samkshipta etio ( See ) 

Sankebiyamana Samksbiyamana ( See ) 

q@ Q— q". Q«I — Q'S Q ( GQ€i ) 

Sankshubdha Samksbubrlha ( See> 

^Q& a (ci©*'|q)— 9^ © — Q°Gga Qa-^i Q ( gq€1 ) 

Sanksbepa (etc) Samkshepaetc ( See ) 

QS^ QQ— ?!•. 9^— 3'G^a;;;' ( GQ« ) 

Sankshepaka Sariiksbepaka ( See) 

Sankahepana Sajiiksbepana ( See ) 

gG&Q^I— eo. 4 — Q°G89ci ( GQ9 ) 

Satiksbepiba Samkshepiba (kSee ) 

966? lft-"^^ © — g^GSIQ ( G<?a ) 

Sanksbobha Samksbobha ( See ) 

^Q -6Q. Q ( g\ ^*^^ )— S9IQ3 63^ — 
Sankha ^]l^'\ gsr Bridge, 

Sankhaxda 1- Food left after being partaken 

oi by somebody. ©^-*QSr 9 g!€?*i; €^9*^ 

^IQ«f_( articles of food ) Left on the 

plate after taking meal in it. 


«Cr SQIR— GQ. Q ( go. Q'«5ltfl )— G9iCj — 

Sankha pola ^1r^^ jsr Bridge, 

dfirffl^?!— €9. ^ — flSSriQl; (jeiQ g€J — Accosting^ 
„ PankhaiauS personal enquiry as to how a 
^ 5f8^ person is doing. [ q— eQI9 0Q Q9& 

QfirQl - GQ. 9 - €!fir^«l ( GQ« ) — Sankbula ( See ) 
Sankhaia [ €?— QiOIGQ <^\ ^Bl ©Q91 afiTQI — 

?l(SPI ( QQ^-IQ )— CQ. Q — ( Q*. Qfif, 9GQ <'^\ €I^SQ 

Sankha (etc) ©aq G<i€5^Q|q ) — asn QOSIQ^ 

( gQci )^ Sankha etc ( See ) 

gfiri^of — 3iGq>. ( ewisgQ ) ^— ©qoisq ^«Qi 

Sankha mutha '<Q99l€i ©q@i— A kind of 

shrimp found in the Chilka lake, 

g^lS)(Ql)— GQ. 9— t I ao Qg — 1- Riches and gems. 

Sankbali(li ) [ q — q^q q\^] g^!©qiO Q^^iGQ— 

oSTsr Q^ aq qi^ ^§—2. One's beloved 

or prized article. f ^ — fi^^95?GQ ©iQl^ 
©Ciii<3 ©If 9|Ql9ffl% GQ QCrlft fl<5'l«>IGQ — 

fl§igtsi gi^Qq *t^3 GiQQgQ^g— 3. One's 
dearest person. [ ^ — ^Sri«) ^J^Q 

ai^QQr GW — qaioia 1 ] [ o — aa^iQ^ 

«G€il^©O|0Q©5T_, ^ Ol© I <OiGQ ^GQia- 

3f!^^ Km ^^ 9^9 1] ^19:^3 91® ciO— 4. A hoard. 
-^I^fe ♦ 1 ©!li©*1WGQ QQ fci»; P^« O'^— 0. The 
q^ capital or stock in trade, 9 1 [ q^?^** 

sTRf:? «Q9i<s ?fai ^«i €$»; qffS'' ( 8®f ^i®i ) 'S'^i 

(q^) §iq «9^9iCGQ G9I9 G99I aiO* 0j 
tMQl QlffiJKI. <!Qqie W^IQ 3^0 — 6. One 
by whom a person hopes to be main- 
tained in future; one in whom another's 

future hopes are centred, [ e^— SalQI 
q«Q, gftfi© QQS ?a 9»9— ©Q 1 ] 


,,.,j^ ^i^*t.^.\^s:maii*imj^:^i£f i'. 


*.i*'-::--;./«-erf!iHB 


^ - 


( S>^Q^ ) 


ccr^g* fiioici^i 


gcr 20— GQ; e— o-^ Qi Gaifiig sjq^ gilt gqi^Aqi aiQ 
S:'nkbua «»q© eaifii; SQ ea^ — Small bridge 
^\^ witli sluices underneath to drain 

^ter 555 water from a river op pond. 

Sankhurdi aQfe^Qi; «H.I '^\+^ ai^— aiQ ©Q©lj 

^3^1; ^^R; ^^<^ ^» ^aiSi ) — ^ I 9«ao ©IQ*" 

aaos* 1 ( ^©j ©l^j ©asi, 9«3^ 9o! 

Sigo^ VeaoiO QQ© )— 1. Any food boiled in 
sqiiJi J water ( i. e, rice, curry etc ). 

y I €$^^ fliQH— 2. Rice and curry 
which has already been partaken of and 
left on the dish, e^— V I Q<^t 69iQ?!^l 
( a«a 9*^^019 ) — l. Boiled (rice, onrry 
etc ). ? I ga ^ ^«l SlCi?J9l ( 91W )— 
2, ( a pot ) In which rice etc^ have 
been kept, after taking of the meal. 
[ C — gid|€ltf,©8 ©QGQ ^^ SlIQM^ ^fir® 6 
©«GQ ^^ 9 G^IQ a©l«>eQ 8» 69fQ?!9l 

©IS^, Qa^, C||llj <^^^ ©^®t GJ^«»§^ 
SIQ «fif^^3 <iQ^ ^eOQ, QlQg, SflgjQl, €!9^- 


^Q, 091, ^.,, -.-^... . ^ ^ 

eoi e^© 9»^£i 9i«gl sigcr^^ 1 qcf^© 

^©1 9HI ©Q®!"?! i^fe^ af* G!®l e^IQSSQ 

©191 ^^j^ ( 3. ^9isj ) 69!Qa;<i, ^€1 o 

^? «igfir © ssi I 9<3]^@' 9<?'ef«j «iiq9i 99*^ 
Qi^^ ©9 s>gq; ©^ ©"afif^^i 6^19*1 aicf 09Q 
EiQ€'.Mgoi 9GQ »i§ I qsr® G^^S 9) ^9€r v^ 
G<5'S3, GOl^S eilQi^ »€|i <?^9 gSGfl «IQeQ 

QQld" acfoi G9^iQ sii^fl Q9 Q91 1 ©qa fi 

0Q]a aQtQi G9^i 9WGQ 6gG;> 091 ©qci 

«>i§ I ] 
^£r© €^01(60)001 — GQ' -f — ^Qgq qS?!*! a«ft a^Gj 
Ssnichtiidi utba(fhe)iba g^ji,} (§ qcf^ Qt90ctO% 
^t^f'5 ^"P <^?^ €JOIQGO«l — To remove utensila 


^^3Ct 3*1*IT or clear the ground where food has 

been ^eaten, 

Sankhux^i karibg ( aa qq© ) fiSQjQQi— 1. To 
sf ^fe "^^tjl^f^ <P^T touch any utensil with eaten 

^«^^^:?:5ir food etc. j \ ai^g hqi^g^ s®giPi^ 

2. To pollute rice etc by partaking of 

a part of it from the same pot, 

Q€^© ©9 ( ©©g, Q9\i, 9Q9 )— GQ. ^— 9«€l© sa 

Sankhurdi chijaOinisa, padartha^daraba) Qs^ft 

l^fefef^^ (S?^QI5> — Rice, curry and cakes 

^T^ITt i^3r boiled in water. 

gcr^9 GfeiiQ^i— GQ. $"— <3aj9 9ito% ©Qgiq gcri 

Sankhurdi dho-iba €»Q91— To wash utensils 
yf^f^ ^^t soiled with particles of eaten 

^«srft ^tJTT rice etc. 

ClCr^© QQlCGOjQQI — GQ.>8— <! ^^GQ Mf* ©S«|?|.- 
Sankhurdi paka(kc)iba l.To strew particles 
^*t^fe C^^t of partaken rice etc. oathe ground. 

a©@9l— 2. To leave unwashed utensils 
at the place of meal. 

gc^© a©Q! ( g© q@oi ) — gq. q— Qar^g) g9!Q?J9I 

Sankhurdi pardiba; (pardi rabiba ) 6®1^9 fllQ 


>rt^f^ ^1 


9\ Qi^ff acjt © © 69fQ aq» a|(?6Q 


e^^^T^Tfsn «9?|^l — The utensils and place 
used in eating rice etc, being left unclean- 

?ed or unswept, 

Sankhurdi prasadaj^bhoga) GQ^QiQ* fiiG90© a« 
5T>^C^M Q^^S^IQ — Rice, curry etc. o^ered 
^mit JWt^ to a Deity. 

[q— ©Qttiae* 3^91 (so. ©ae)6q ^a^ gqiq 

efiP © 0Q9Q(QiQ») — GQ. e — GQQ «iig«6Si Qfif^9 
Sankhurdi baratana<basaaa) ®g)g qq ai-C*— 
*r^fe ^t^^ Utensils containing served rice etc, 

Qa © QGII(GQ)QOI— GQ. ^-^qcf^^ G9!Q?J9iQ glOGQ 
Sankhurdi laga(ge)iba 9|gj 6 GQI^Q Sjg/Q ®I9I 
^^f^ ^^T=l aq^iGi gQ9l — To. wash a place 
^'^ ^TT; ^t^ clean of the particles of rice 

etc. strewn there. 


^cr §t.e*?9i 


( 9^«* ) 


90" Q^i 


Sankhur^i heba To touch rice etc, 

9^9^ ^\<5i gsr^^ goj ©^ gcr^ sQiej^ 

«!Q6fi) €^9 9QI& aCOl Ql €^§<^ -^O <1^ g^g 
q^iQHQ 91© qsj hq'oi G9Q GS^m 9'5'101-O I 
G^gl^ Q^g ^© eiiQ g^ «2 Q CtlQSfil ©q,l 

€9'tQ €$CS]j aQ*oi ^^Q Q\^ aefi©^ «IQQ 

ffl5 I] 


Sankhnri gft-iQ) — gfif ^ ( €9« ) — Saakhurdi 
^>ft ^»sr^ ( See ) [q— <1 €lO gii^S8 <3©S?ig!^ 


Sankhu(nkbo)la Safikhula ( See ) 

Sankhya Saiiikhya ( See ) 

€iGrs9— e. «»a— 3<ai* ( sqsi )] 

S^nbhyaka Samkyaka ( See) 

QGTHI (c;®''!!?)— ^. ^ — a«*ll Q©**!** ( G^Jfi* ) 

Sankhya (etc) Samkhya etc. ( See ) 

90HIO— ^. 9g|— 341^1® ( GQSI ) 

Sankhyata Samkhyata ( See ) 

QfifMIQ— SI. 9— «$i1!Q ( GQfil ) 

Sahkhyana Samkhyana ( See ) 

Sankbyapana Samkbyapaua ( See ) 

•^Gaiq — ^*. ^«— q'6«''€l ( 695* ) 

Sankhyeya Samkhyeya ( See ) 


^&^ — giGQ* (Q^R^Q)©— 9I?J; Ql^Q^— Companion- 

Sang-ti ship, [e^ — qqa€)Q QCr G-^GSi (^'5»iQ 

Q^ ^le©; qL^CTQQ ^CT G$€Cft %0\<Sl Q^ 

«IG© — QCI l] 

SaQga ^ I qea^^ a°gcf— '1, Association^ society. 
^ I g'a'Qia — 2. Living together; inter- 
course. «n I ^Q» — 3. Meeting together; 
union, is ] q*ei3lQ — 4. Connection, ♦ | 
^^^i a§?^«l —5* Attachment^ love- 
afifectionj devotion. -9 I QQi^IQgQ — 
6. Attachment for worldly afeirs. 9 I 
9'9g; q'<5i«?— 7. Relationahip. r i gi^O^^; 
g^GsaiQ— 8. Co-operation, ^ \ gcrq^ 
Gfl^SQ — 9- Cohabitation; sexual inter- 
course. 1° I <^Q <»g ^^i Q<^ 6 g^Q Q 
teo gi??— 10. Junction of two rivers or 
junction of a river with the sea. ^^ | 
9&9I; QQ©! — 11. Friendship. t^| ggiQ©- 
12. Obstruction. 6Q. §. (9°. gcrl) — 
m'^ K I 9Crl3 ^icr; e^^QQ— 1. Companion; an 
^'jft- associate. [q — q^G0€1l^ qj*' S^QCT, 
©sjaqi cil© Q©oi fl'Sr i W9cS. ©s*©! ij 
5 1 gi(«>Q^— 2. Companionship^ company, 
£^ — <3GQ ^<^ qa OIQfi^ q«^9Q I 9^9*9'. 

qgi^Q^'S' — 3.R5n5 Samgrama Simha^the 
7\{^ Rajput warrior. [^ — <1^ "^Q %g9 e51l€IS^ 
^■»T qq^lS^9l9Qft ?§© ^ «?Q?IGCft l] 69.^^ — 
^5f^ aq^— Devoted; attached. [ Q— Gg ©55^ 

©ci^ia* ' ^q?© I] 

€ICP WQ^I— GQ- ^ — s«fi *€i9i; q?5»ig ©Q*I — 

Sanga kariba To cohabit; to have sexual 

7{^^^ ^^, 51^^ ^?lt iflteroourse- [^— -o^q^ ggcr 

dcp 9^©— q'. ^«i. { *fll «© ) — gcr g^i ( gqq ) 

Sanga chyufca Sanga charda ( See ) 

(gsf ^^ — ao^qa) (qcr©^© — 9)(acr ©hQI — ^L©^) 
€iCP8®l"-CQ QSi — «. 1 q''?t^ €1QM— 1. Devoid of 
Sanga chharda aseociation or company; dis- 
5i8f^v5t sociated from society. } \ GOSJ Qi§ 


.. . — -^■->-.j...u»....-..j 


_'l.-';.-'.''v. 


^g* 991 


( 9^t9 ) 


gcp©[g? 


€$ ^ — 2, One who has been separated 
from his companions. •" 1 6Q QO Q9 
8Q6€i af a|<]— 3. Straggling. "» f\ G|<$;q^ 
«crlqieQ Of^QQ^a Q^ai^ — ^.Ostraoised^ 

excommu nicated . 

Qag^QI— eQ. ^ — COl^S ^*f$Q 919©^ ©*I|C1 QQ©I" 
S^nga chhargiba To give up the company of 
:?I5r^W H'n#-^l a person- 

Sanga(ngha)tda 9s®) — ^1 Oft Oft BQ*?! 

I! f^ ft^Tfgit ^9^ C9IQ <]Qa» SS QIQ?!«M 

(qmSQ) — 1. (Curry) In which the 
component vegetablea or materials 
have been well boiled and become 
mixed up with one another, } I (q*— - 

gfigi^ST 2. Convenient} congenial, w | 
^11^ '^'^raiprr o^'^i; q,po*ta— 3. Well 

^*«T?r arranged: well set, ts | 
[^'jga^Cai?) — ©S*?!©] a^O©— 4. Restrained. 

Sanga(ngajngha)rdiba To tie together. 

Satiganika Samganika (See) 

eao(Q9'iiQ)— ^% «)^— <a°€i© Q«jtiQ (CQet) - 

Sangata (etc) Samgata etc (See) 

Sangati (etc) Samgati etc (See) 

QQG© — GQ. (qqim)^.^^— gecr(e<9ei)— 

Sangate Sange (See) 
ecp eQl€l — 3V ^"-e I W^H9 ecsp q^SQ— 1. Associa 

c 

Sanga dosha tion with bad people* 5 i Q^Q^ 


gqjIQ— 2, Defective or sinful associa* 
tioo. '^ \ a?I© 9Cr — 3. Keeping bad 
company. 15 I ag©^<3Cr©«;>© PG. ETO— 
4, Evils due to evil association. » | 

SQie; ^'99 €Q9-^5. Fault due to con- 
tact with bad things or persons. ^ | 
g^l^lQ® £19^ 9?^® SQIQ— 6. Evils due 
to association with worldly concerns. 

Sangaba gao ^jo)— ai©?^i»1o eei^J ©© 
q*^.^ — The first three momeuta of the 
morning, [q^— 3©*i| 9^q q© <i 9^(J 

Sanga bhanga Separation of a person from 

company. ^ i QQQQ qot — 2. Break- 

icg up of any association. 

gcTfi— q". ^ (gq^+o9^di^+^9. a)— \i <3Qi^^ QqjQ 

QPQ! SCrfl) — 1. The junction of rivers 
or of a tiver with the sea- the mouth 
of a river. -> I Q®3 G?^p— 2. Copu- 
lation j cohabitation; coition- sexual 
union. en \ g|90* — 3. Association, 

w I <\ gS^fi^TQ fle]0l^Q_4. Conjunctioa ■ 
of a male with a femalej meeting of 
lovers. [Q^— €ll^fl®GSi gsf9 ^©y^(^) , 
qg-aQ ^iQGcr «^'s^ '^g^i, d 913^^ (>) Q?:iJ,. 

gig aGQQo (*) fT^'QSQ €5S)iq^Q aq^Q, 
gqigq d GgciiGQii S5> i J « i qeqig— . 

5. Enjoyment. 

Sangama ratu Paring season, 

€!Crq 9Q®i— GQ- Q—gGqiQ QQ©!— To copulate. 
Sangama kariba ^^^y ^^ ^'rr^ ^^y^ 

gaflQiQ— ^°. ^s)* ^° — GQ Gq^a^f? qgq; efl'sQ^/g— . 
Sangamakarl Copulating. 

(eawiQ^l— ^1 ) 

dO'Pl Ql«— 9% ©— G?aQQ gfli^— 

Sangama kalsi Time of copulation, 

gafl QQ©— 9\ ^^ (^(^i ®©J— ? I qCTQ^® ( GQS)) 

Sangama rahita 1. Sangarahita ( gee). ^ ( 
Gfl'ao 3»— 2. Having no sexual unioo.- 


■WMfiUMWu^H^x^w 


^a^ 6jsg[ 


( 9t^9 ) 


qg-i^ 


Sangama lipsa A desire to copulate. 
Saoga mela Company of many persons. 

Sangara a) — «. 1%^— 1. Fights contest^ war. 

og «QQ 0!© eg 1 Q^' eQCQ^a^ftig i ] 

J I stQ.q— 2. Residence, fin | OQQj CiaQ — 

3. Calamity misfortune. ts \ q^SQ — 

4. Prosperity; good fortune. « i (+©^, 
a) acrtelQ; SS;^ — S- Promise; solemn 
declaiation. 5> I «30 — 6. Knowledge. 
ff) I ^^ — 7. Poison, r i «s^ e^J^ fii^lQ^ — 

5. Completion of a sale transaction. 
Q I g^— 9. Question. ?,• | ©i^q — 

10. Kule, t« I ( l-QQ. a) ^ffQQa — 

li; Performance; doing. «./ I j^Q ©€)Q!- 

12. Fighting. t«> I (&t>Q«iO) €IQ1 9^3— 

13. Acacia Buma tree, k^ \ €ial §ia€5 S"© 
-^14. Fruits of the Acacia Suma tree 

Tj^S? GQ.^.^^. (QQ'^)— 3aGQ— la the com- 

g» Q§9— Q«*^^. ^ ( '^'^J ®® )— ^ > gr^iq^^'^aQ- 

Sangarahita €10*1— !• Free from worldly 
gcr€lQi ' T concern, ^ I 0©l^ — 

90- 9» \ S«1^9 2. Lonely; solitary* m \ 


9cr QQ^«* 




■aS^^Q^^^S. Free from 
any attachment. 

Sangare Sange ( See ) 

SangaCngi) satbi Companions. 

Sanga soha(ho)bat(ta) 1. Request ot one's com- 
5i#!t^^^«tl panions. J i QOlfllSt? 3cr — 2. Coim- 
^•*T ^^^er pany ol iriends. [Q— GQgQ QCT 

eaiw^SQ 9® PQ^a a^jtia ©Q?^ i] « i 

qol9IOff aeifiiil— 3- Sensibility for not 
wounding the feelings of one^s friends. 


sitsft, ^t®l Q<i<(io Q^Qi «^qe9 QQ@Qi q^— 

^grat 1. A scaffolding made of bamboos 

inside the triangular thatch. [g-^QQISS^ 

eQ^Q flIQS, g^SI* 9\Q9^ ^^ €9^ ^ I 
CQig. QSS^©©q I ] ^1 (9". QQfl) qS^I; 

at?l<^i3°Q e«"aO— 2. Copulation of 
C©t^ ^911, •pft'l beasts (i. e. a bull — copulating 
(^ ^'^W with a cow). QI6Q> (^°9^9) 9 — 

« I QQQ ^q— '1- The cross-beam of a 

thatched house. J I (^ft. ^- ^^IQ) — 

^<5«is^' C)Qi'3 seil — 2. Widow marriage 
amongst the Sadras. GQ. ^^« ^* — 
t I a©^ ^-aiwe*!^ -1. A bullock which 
dra^^a carfcs. ^ \ {^ 6 4) GQ^* 9^ Q^&^ 
VQSS; 9®gcr5l — 2, (a beast) Wbicb has 
(agcri—^aqas*) already copul ted. 

Sangai deba To pUcej to put, 

gCMQQI— aiGQ. <aiS^l) ^ («• £1^3^)— Q^TQI — 

Sangaiba To keep. 

Sanga(nge, tigo)iba SanghaibS ( See ) 

Sanga gal A cow which has been co-habited 
<1t^*^t^ ^t^ ^r^ 1^ 'TT^ o^ crossed by a bull. 
gsri©-GQ- Q— gei© ( GQfil ) 

sJngardi Sanghardi ( See ) 

QGfl^Qt— GQ. ©— ^0*19^1 ( GQ«1 ) 

Sang»rdib5 Sanghardiba ( See ) 

SangSta Q^©!^ «'»ai© = toQ; C^^Lt sqG!l»='Ga 

^t(i:yi>ts ^G^^aQifijQ ^i^'ft s^QQ GQift «qQ^ 
firsr oi^')-- ^ 1 9Q8QQ aGcr a??^ 9©©i gi^ 

(QQl^eil— ^1) fc)^®8 a^^ 9*19—1- A person 
connected with another; a close friend- 
by the establishment of a solemn friend 
ship; a sort of god-relationship or 
relationship of warm friendsi god- 
brother. ^ I Qm ^^^5 ^^f Wi— 
2, A very close and intimate friend. 


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^cri©, QS5iid» W^; ©§ gcri©i? ^Is?^ 
^gcri^s? e^i^ 9©i9i<3j qs^j ^e§«! ©qQi-<3 1 

aa 'fl^gi' G^is* *^i®^ I ^'ao'i®' a^ ©9?j9i 

9©qiGO QQIQQ «»I51 fclQ ©©19© ^a^ 

c?i& I] aisQ (^iq^i) 9-e©?^9 g.^QQaa^i 

QI©1« ?lGaia© ©gS96© QM9§© ©!© — 

A term used by a male in addressing 

his wife's younger sister, 

Sangata basiba ©ae©© 6^t© 'gcri©' *^«©l' 

yftf t^ ^rt^t^ 919© ©^©1 — To open a solemn god- 

ftRT gisn, ^t^^t^t'^l reiationehip between each 

other- 

fieri© ©:9i— 316© (€1©©!©) ^' — ^G^i scr!©c? Q©i — 

Sang^ta b5pa Father of one's god-friend. 
^*tMtt^?I^M [ g— <§©aiG© <J91©'^ '?iQ9i' G©l«^ 

ft?r «rw ©i«* 

^a'.©€©QQ— 6Q. e-^jQ ^oi®* ^ye© 4>ae©R 

SangStabebhlra S'ft©! 6©^«J ©i €i96©ig»— 


jft^t^ -^^ Gifts or presents exchanged between 

^cftsrr^ir^ ^ t^o god-friends. 

gCflO flQ«-G©. ^ (<iQia©g90©)— ^^I9^i©^^®l— 

Sangata maitra ^il^^® f^^ ^tff^ Sworn 

(qcfl© ^©— a«M^9) friendship 

«iai© a^^iQi— G©. ©— W19I0 Qg:=i@G© m'^'^ 

' Sangatamarjyada Ml©ff_^ QHt9©! «>€^1S^I© — 
^m^tC^ ^si(^mi) Present of cloth mad e to 
fft^crRf? m?r ir^f^t a god-friend on festive 

occasions. 

eai^«l-G©. ^. %1— ^ i QcTi©^ ^1—^- '^^^ ^'^^ ^* 

Sati^atual one's god-friend- [ ©^^1 QCn©(3' 
3=f[srt^^; :^sft^^ ^i^©" ^^ ^«0!S-' G©lQi3l<3 I ] 
^■^f^sft > i Ggi^?il-"2. A beloved lady. 

SangS balada ^qq— A draft: ballocl^i a 
C^IM ^W nttTl^ bullock drawing the cart, 

Sangita ^qq^qi^— TraYelling or moving 

3=i#t ^'ift together. (Q—sgcrGQ ga1©(®l)> 

(^qaQl_^1) jggCTGQ gcp ©G© ©lOQ^ ffii5C©(©i)— 

©ei 

^£p©j;^)— G§G©, Q ( £?!• *a'^l©s )—©©©© SS1G© 

Sa)igin(ni) ©S5© si^'c© qpi s©lQ?!©i qs^aT 
-^^ ©a'sQ Sl^ (<?1G© ^g!S|<j); Q©^© a©Q 
^'ntsr G9g— Bayonet. ( ^— ©iaGQ> © ©!® 

g©iQ© ©^> 9G©a-5i<fGO©© ©!e"^ q® — 

Qdl©ia. QQ©f© 6?6©. ^^ X^*'. ^StlW^^^- 

aas)€© ©aQ, €©^ "S©)— ^ I ^®Q — 

^it^ 1, Serious. (^— gcTo^TOQ^I l) ^ I ei©^ 
?I**fi5t ^^ — 2. Heavy; weighty. ( ^ — gcf © 
GQI^ l) «" 1 8© ©GOIGJ — 3, Very hard. 
(^ — gcfo^ qQI )) » t g^ gii)— 4j. Diffi- 
cult. (e< — qs^©.©iPO » I ©iC?0j — 
5. Full of responsibility. ( €5— ^ci© 
€l«)g 1) 9 I a^iyiQ^— 6* Extraordinary, 
(gj— g^©^©$©! 9 I Gqi^ 6 q©^©— 
7, Coarse and strong, (g^— QQ©^ (^^01 j) 
r I «^©^q©qte; q^J©— 8. Very strong, 

(€^— QcT©^ p©(5)a I) 
g^© ?t©gi^G©. ^H- 3© Qicri©© ©i q^©© a©ai— 
Sangin abastha Very fatal or serious 
=#tH^^ ^'iftsiBWS^ K condition. 


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Sangin karjya (kama) An uphill work* 

SangindliSrl Ci^^Q 69^ fciQ^QI (sCs*©) — 
(9€?«»^d!Q^l — ^Tl Armed with bayonets, 

Sangio bela(la) qq;^ — Critical moment. 

Sangia makaddama( mamaia ) q^ii^q)— q^©Q 
(SlfeO^GQ^— ^Q^i^a) q^Qfll — Serious case. (^ — 

Sangini i. Feminine of 'San^?. ( ^ — ^"^Q 

fl^IQl^l l] / I 9q9*i|; g©q— 2. A iemale 
corupanion. (gj— © OIQSSl Qi^qS'^ I €[gjg 

Sangiba Sanghiba. (See) 

Sangjramana ^jg. ^jq) ga^gig— Promising- 

Sanagi ^ I g'jOQj i^ii^'aH; qeri® — 1. Companion. 

©icfi 9Si^— 2.Fellow'WOrker, «n| a^iasrt) 
fi^l g<J0Q— 3, Class-friend; fellow 
student. '^ I €«lffliQlO ; «19I 39©Q— 
4. PJay-mate; play-fellow, a, ^«— 
t I qciQ9M91*31> Qef©0€ii— 1. Accompany, 
ing^ having the oompanionship of. ^ I 
tig^— 2. Devoted toj attached to. « | 

69]^^ QgeQ eg§— 3» Attached to any- 
thing. 

^olo (QQii©)— «r, 9^ <^ 9— 3°q1© qohIq (eqi6i) 
Sangita (e Samglta etc (Sec) 

Sangiti [ Satngiti <3€e) 

^cfl^— q*. ©«— sioeil^ (e^si) 

Sangl^n^a Samalrn^a. (See) 


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€icf3— g». «)^— ^^qs (SQsi) 

Sangupta Samgupta. (See) 

Sangupti Samgupti- (See) 

QCp^©— q*. 9^— qoeiQ (gqsi) 

Sangur^a Samgur#a. (See) 

Sasngruhita Samgruhifca. (See) 

tiGep— GQ- ^: 9^- (<?• ^sp) — V [ g^; «[§>©; gaes — 

1. With; along with, [q— qq '^J£ll9€? 
qSCP QQ\ g.Q 9GQ l] 5 I 9ffl© G9IQj 
fl^^® G<$1Q — 2. Together with; mixed 
with. [6^^©9- e9G«l 59Q qfl! ^SCf ^^ 
«IQQ! ] « I qciQS^«iigiiQGQ — 3, la the 
company of. [^ — 'i q©|£? gSCT 9^ l] 

Q^Q-Q GQ©!— 91€Q. { SH^qQ ) ^— GOl^S SQia? 

Sangei deba Q0§GQ Cl^Qi^ q|Q©9I— To keep 

a thing carefully. 
ggQ. Q^ — SQ. a— gq-GQ 6<3s>— Taking one into 

Sange kari company. [^— q^Q^Q ©I SIG^IQ, 

^^ ^c^, 1C5P f^cg qs^ eQQsi ^ecr qq i ©a«ia. 

geSPgl-GQ- ■^" Q^. (9^11)— qeep ( 5Q«1 )— Sange 
Sangena ( See ) [65)— qi91 Q§6ft ^9^^ I ^^ 63 
9M^ gSO"^ t aiOl- G3qsj9 5|€i1®l l] 

gee? qo^— giSQ' a- («$®f qsii)— gtesr ^igo (gq«) 

Sange sang With; along with. 

eeo" eecp— GQ' a— giccr qigct ( eQsi ) 

Sange sange ^ Sange sange ( See ) 

«ie^i€i9— ^. 9<a. ^; — g'Sfiiia^ ( gqsi ) 

Saiigopaka Samgopaka (See ) 

€iGCPia»— qo. ^ — q*'cfl;9« ( eQQ ) 

i5angopaaa Samgopana (See) 

€iq,9 (qqmIq)— q^. o— q*9^ ^^\^ ( SQfii ) 

iaangraha (etc) Samgraha etc, ( See ) 

€I^9€1 — 5'. ^ — q'3'5'^ ( 5^51 ) 

Sangrahana Samgrahana ( See ) 

«1^@^1— B% ^— Q^g^^l ( GQei ) 

Safigrabani SamgrahanI ( See ) 

QCP^9S»I — 6Q. 9. (9Qi)— ^"^aS^*! ( e^Mifl ) 

• rahiba 5R(5t3[ SamgrahibS (See ) 

tSanorablta gamgrahitS ( See ) 


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€iQ 9— 9". ^5) — Q«g»? ( GQfil ) 

Sangraha Sarngraha ( See ) 

Sangrahaka (^Cfl^Ot— ^,1) Samgrabaka ( See ) 

Sangrabi (gai^sl — ^1) Samgrahl ( See ) 
QGf (o©*fi9)— q». 9— ^*"a QSiio ( eqisi ) 

^Sangba (etc) Satigha etc. ( See ) 

^a^ — SQ 6 ft*. Q — ^^'3% ( 6Q5» ) 
Sanghata Samghata ( See ) 

Sangbata Samghata ( See ) 

gcrf^i — ^*. 9-q*a?©( ( ^Q^ ) 

Sangbatika Samghatika ( See ) 

99?©— a**- ©^— Vat© ( e<?si y 

Sanghatita Samghatita ( See ) 

Sanglia"|ta Saraghatta ( Sea ) 

gcj®— GQ. §5^— S<19 ( CQffl ) 

Sanghar^a Sangharda ( See ) 

gq-Q— Qo^ ^^— q»i3Q ( eQ^ ) 

Sanghana Samghana ( See ) 

Sangharsha Samgharsha ( See ) 

ectg — 9% ^ — si'^a^ ( 6q« ) 

Sanghasa Samghasa ( See ) 

Sangha 'g^> a©; ©IQ^ qQ"teQ <1» qGCT SSOQ 

^aq© ©lOPiOQr Q9GCi q©<i 9i4^<i fiiQi«ia" 

!• A scaffolding or staging consisting 
of bamboos put below the triangular 
portioa of the thatch and plaited 
together, on the tops of opposite walls 
crosswise and used to store fuel etc, 

G9G& QlQ^ g^ci^^u^ 3ig(q|i3iQ Qg Q^enqiQ 


Ola Qio 6 q€ do ^9 q9 flaj^ o^^ 4 ©sf ^ 
€}C^QI i^a* 9iq qIq ^Soi^ i ] 9 i qq^ 

G0M9©I 0^wqiQ(^^«!CiQI QGQgT'Gei fell©. 
y|§) GigilQ GaiQIQ^^I QlSifS — 2. Rows of 
single bamboos erected on the floor, to 
^m which pairs of whole cocoanuts are 
attached (one pair over the other) so as 
to cause the newly plucked cocoanuts to 
become dry. [q — g@§ 6©IQ| QIC^^l Q^gj 
3^9 GCjai QQ^g^i a«>giGQ eiH ^g g^q!^ 

f ®^ GSlffl|<r Qm Ql Q9? QI®" ^Qf QfSISi 
q9^ cicToiQ ^9 09a cjQ?^ asiQ q§9 

<^m ^©^«l G'^IQ?!^! Qe>aQ GsaiQqigg- 

^QG9 GQ!©! G^ia^l^l ^l^Q (^^D GQ9GQ 

^sq^Naq SQ q«!QI<] 1 <^ q3®i 'yiig g^a 

39 ^^Ql^ SGiq^lS^ QSQ I] «>!(?. qosiq)— 

^flsFf s(^i q^Qf; 0.q q^Q q^Q,si"Qq — 3. Cohabifca- 

scr'n tion of a bull with a cow. GQ. 51^ — t. | 

(^^qcT) eiQ^QGo* 4i)«Q g'Giai©®G'3'Q?i9i^) 

C^l^t — €19S9ii ( 9«q)— 1. Drawinof a cart 
^T^25(T^> (bull). 1 1 ^1 (q°,gcr9) qj^ ^^9 9991^ 
«^ffT «l?t^ ©S^^^l Qi<?i-2i Having been cohabited 
M^mk 5I by a bull (cow), m \ g». (g*. qcrq) qi^ . 

(a^q^f— C^ago) aSSf gWiq QQ?!Ql(qj=a)-3. Having 
cohabited with a cow (bull), qigq— ?. I 
(3Pl.i^qSi) ^I2^Q — 1' Wall-niche. > ( 
(^•'9%'3) Sai (GQ^)-2. Sanga (See) 
«n I (e^Q^Q) ©S^a GjgQ! 9ICf GilQSQ qq 
QIQ§I^1 9S1— 3. A wooden plate attached 
to a wall and used as bracket. 

go^KGO*, G€fl)QOI~6Q' ^—^ I '^^^1' ^s^iQ S®^ 

- San2ha(nghe, ngho)iba ^q — 1. The causa- 

-ilM 5i^ tive form of ^Sanghiba'^ 5 | Qiq^ ^g 

^'^q'WT QGa ftcrq «gQQI— 2. To cause a cow 

C5(5rt=T to be cohabited by a bull, m 1 (g», go^ 

^"?i)n ^?:i!n tii®) q*eai®» Q^q^i— 3. To cause 

to be joined, v \ ^^\q9\'y fl'S© Q^Q^! — 
4. To cause to meet. 

QQ.; QIO^-giGQ. (^"^^fl) Q-q© ^JGQ ?i<?I <3GiQ 
Sangha katha gblO G^IS Q\0; Qq— Beam o£- 
t' ;:«i house over which perpendicular props - 
are erected to heald up the ttatob. 


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Sangbardi lae^a^aa ©as? c€)9i aiq' gQi^iii 

c^T^, ^pf^ 69iq €9191 S^iqe^l 9Q©I QQieT^Qas 

1, Two rolls of thread twisted for be- 
ing prepared into a Brahman's sacred 
thread. [ 9— «9€;^9^g 5^l^^flieg <1Q 

<i^ on ®a gju^ sa Ifa ^a^© d ao*i ©?? 

^sei^ GQ!*©) <i9[aQeQ ©©igTsq q^i99l 

^t?| 9l^€l«iqi9— 2^ A quantity of1*uel which 

is aufacient to maintain the cremation 

fire at a time, m ; (^, qsf f 9| — qp^^ gai^l) 

pair of fish-roes^ two tubes of fish 
spawn. [<^--9isQ flg^ ^cj eriffia, aefi© 

e^iQiaio I gG©i9 €«»!«i esiif <j sa^ ©5?9m 

ai<3 I e^@ ^QQ\9Q ©fl^Q^iJ S^l«€96q 

©i<5>! geie^e^iQ ^©o, tgQ? eoi«i §< i] 
SfSfi^^i-e^. ?. («, go-j)— 1 1 ©^ sQief^ Q199 

Ssnghardiba sjalQiQ^j^ <3©^ g^® q^jqi—I. To 
fil»lt|4 CST^^, CH-tt^ mis up many materials. 
f^^W y I ©a^SQ 9f ?j9l qa €i<ii gS?!Q€J QS}91 ciq 
9^aQ aSQ ©!9I « GCl \Q\Qi 91 Q|§ ^atq 69913 
©a^$ eaiW! 91 e'3!^9I— 2. To reduce 
the boiling curry ^ into a consistent 
mixture by agitating the boiled in- 
gredients, *» I »9£|f© Ql© «© 9|§QSj » 

a^Qessi 91 q^fii^^esj q^ q4\^ » GQesi, 

Qicf 91 «»9Si 9I§€^ Q€) afti 0|«|€i 91§Q<J 
aa9! 9I§QQ €Q|%^< 51^^ 9Q ©I^ Qiq aCISQ 

%nm^ en ogg eg^ oq«> 9!$a e99S9 ?i^j i^^ 
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©§?9l 6 <Qt^^ a©«i e^aic^ Qgi^iQ 9Q9f3 
«I«J^ ^ai€;9l— 3, To employ various 
means to a mileh-cow which is not 
allowing herself to be milked, in order 
that she can be easily milked. « | 'jcjf 

c^it^^'M Gcii^c^aaiSQ 9QgQ g§© qq 9^sj 9I 

^t^r afi«Gq 0Q91 QICT af» €Q9I — 4. Totie 
two cattle together and leave them 
for grazing in jungle or field. 
gO'l© (QS:*1!?))— g*. ^— tai© Q©f|«? (eQ$)) 

Sanghata (etc) Samghata eto. (See) 

QQ^IQl— €Q. 9^— aOlSl (€95)) 

Sanghati Samghati, (See) 

g<5flQ— GQ. ^— 3QIQ (G9«1) 

Sanghara Saraghara. (See) 

cieriCiQi— 6Q. §— ^<3iQ9l (e^ei) 

Sanghariba SamghSrib^. (See) 

^9^1— €9. ^ {<s, gcr, gcrfl=6qei©)— (jQ) siiq^ 

Sadghiba g^g^ g^9f^(a bull) To copulate 

nmcsf^^ with a cow. [9^_€t|fijQ Q^9[ft e^iCa! 

iifspn Qiq ''90Q gss' e9ift( 999 i 9^9 8^;*i 
c!iq<8 Q^acrq ©eci €j§ €ii«5 ^9<i oq' («?* 

ai^ 6>R) 69!R'Q9§ i G1!£) aSQ 9<1 891 QGQ 
9^'9«l © C^eSft €l|fi! ^€filSJJiQca^ €91^ 

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Sanghushita ' Samghushita. (See) 
Sanghushta Samghjushfca. (See) 

g^jl,— 3. «^— aa^^ (GQei) 

Sangh^ushta * Sarbghyushta. (See) 
€lGQ6»9l--g|.^^"— q6Q> €^^^91 91 6091— To take 
Sangheniba with; to be accompanied by. 

g©^(a|^)— ^—^ I 39© ©Q9I-1. To form connec- 
Sach (root) tion. / | ag<j|s^o 0Q9I— 2. To 

pleases to oblige. 

€19©©— ff. 9^ ( qt.-q§© + 09©«qj^^ ^SQSlj 

eachakita 9§9l9)— ^ I ^§. a^(3-i|S)©_ 

1. Startled; frightened. >rgi9a!9;>l39— 

2. Vigilant, m \ <^^^3^ ximid. 


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( Qo©© (j^— aon^a ) Q5^»j Q'^ia*' ^g^l^ ^i 

[qQ^l® Qi^fll, 9©©® -J^ — ^1 ] *'$9lS )-«S3S^ 

Having a frightened look. 

Saohattchala ^ii| )— ^i^q^^^ 8Q0il($— Airy; 

windy. 69. $a. C^'- '©tgft'Q aq,^ gcs^l^i) 

— ogQ— RcBtless. 
Q0^(^)— €9. ^^— qeq* (69<a) 
Saohat(ia) Sachota. (See) 

SacharScha ra giQggiQQ ) — gl^'^gl^Q s$© 

world) Comprising all the moveable 
and the immoveable things. SQ* 0^ "~ 

*i5^t5^ ^ 1 355,3 9qg— 1. All. > I ©a©€Q 9«P^ 

^9^55^ eQ«l3QI — 2. Universal, GQ. ©— 

^ I ^^c^; ?,8l!l"~'^' ^^^ Creation; the 

Universe. > I %^ «l«9 QQia^ ai^SSl 6 ©flfl 

^QgQ.^m2i* All created things, moving 

and lifeleiss. [e^— wqoQ 9S^ a^^'e^ ^%^ 

Q©qi 6*a 6<$iQ— 9€i«ia. ^Q9s» I ] eQ. 

^"^^ ^— ^ I 5ld|QtfiS>8—l. Ordinarily; 
commonly ^ \ <q qSQiSQ— 2. In this 
wprld, <n [ <Q c^eQ— 3. In the crea- 
tion, (oei! — qoqQQ o-^i €Qeiiai<J eo^ 

0Q9 I ) 

g€ii^— a. Q«i ( 9=g9+©ft^flS}€ila9ij €ig^^> g9ia 

Sachaia 9*?^Q )— 0«»9te>: QQ^IC)— Moving 

^r^sarstw, H'q5«i Well-to-do. ( €^ -©iGrQ 

53Q(^ Q|$ — GQ. ^*— 8llJ§a ©1©3 €^0 Ql©— 

Sachaia jati ^nm ^lf^ ^RWtS sitfif High caste. 

Saoha labana -C9®9 - Soohal salt; Una- 

(a. Q*l!^— S^QQ^a^^aiQi) qua Sodium chloride. 


^m ^^ ^m ^^^ [5-<!§ fi3i€l <3«i9 £ISt I -^^i 

$5?©, aQ!9, ao, q»^, q% ^©"^li^^^ eia 

gq (Q©MQ)— G<M». © (^ 961—301 QQiiQ ( e^sr ) 
Sacha (etc) SachchS etc ( Sae ) 

€iq(GO)^— e*?. §i— «{?IC! ( GQ«I ) 

Saeha(ohe;i Sachchsi ( See ) 

eq(Go)€i— eQ, q^i. ^1— 3©i€) ( 6q« ) 

Sacha(che)i Sachchai ( See ) 

Sachi(chj) ai'Jl^^QO £ja<iiq© gQf>; €}© 91 $]©1^ 
^Qfii, ^9 ) — «o1 QQ*ilQ { GQ« ) 

Sacbi etc ( See ) 

Sachinta ©^iq^; ^^ffiq§— Anxious; fnll of 

( 3©^l— ^1 ) cares. 

Sachintiba Sachinta (See) 

Sachiba q-^]. aqio^i — 1. Minister. > I 991^^ — 

2, Help, fin i qi'S'iia'IQig 9*19—3. An 

aseistantj a secretary, ^ I ( 6?Q*«© ) 

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=^ ^^ Free from discontent or hesitation. 

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(qgg^ — a<»«iQ0) student or disciple- 

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.(^^«fil— ^^) ledge; spiritual knowledge, 

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commodities are hawked. [o^-r-SilP©!- 

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the trappings and saddle etc. 
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prepared to do a thing. ( Gi — 6€1S^ 

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Saja asaja E^Qdl — 1. Convenience and in- 

^ft«(1 ^^^srt convenience, 5 I '^GQIQ (S ^^GQIGI- 

iftm 3I5%IT Slg d ^ao^— 2. Opportunities 

and want of opportunities. gQ. ^^— 

^^5R5 t^ I q^fciiQQ© d aq§)fcii©QQ (gu^i g, 

gf^vrra^T^ g51i^9l<aSfi>l)— 3. Convenient and 

inconvenient (thin^s)^ opportune and 

inopportune (times), 5 I 99© (S g-j — 

2. Easy and difScult. 

€1© €^1 (60)001— 69- ?— <3€i9g gqs^SQ ^ai9i 

Saja uthafthe)iba ^^\Q aq Q9I «€19I aiCf 
(9S> Q91Q«:|— ©0<^©) QgiQ^^I -; . ©IQ-Q fl^lO^ 




^5!K ^STJIT €$0IQ9I— To remove the imple- 
ments (of barbers and washermen etc) 
irom the place o£ worship after 

Dasabara. 

[^ — '^wg 9i?Q0 6^191 €$§is)flie» g9 

€JOlQ geiGC? g9Q *'2i^©q' CQ^ 

sieJis) QO gig geisci qia qq§^3<S Gg^ q3Q 

95^ Qfi"?! — GQ- § — GQl G991 Qicf Q€19Q gfl%GQ 

Saja utbiba gif © e^lQ^^! 9G®Q, OTIQ aQ^ 

(g9 9?9l— -^a^s) asftSi^ a^l asQ a^9l aiQ§ 

Tf^^ ^Ol99IQg QSS" — ^The ceremony of taking 

^nSTT?:^ 3a5rr out the instruments from the 

place of worship. 

Q^ ^^Ql — SQ- 5 — e^ €5591 j e^^t ^'IcS QQ9t 
Saia undiba Qiq* €59^,^ %G9iQ aso^es gQ9I — 
(qQ G^!©9I— £IO*iQ9) To be on the look-out 
^R«rrc^t®t for an opportunity^ 

g^gq— GQ. 9 — fi;^Ql<j <0 QO qiJGQ o|q ©S9|€?a 
Saja kacha Qcr| ©Q01©9i; fi^GIl^ QC GWIQ gQ9l — 
^W^et The washing of cloth in a dayj 
ZZmi gsnf ordinary washig of cloth (in contra-^ 
(9!t9CJ-^Qago) distinction with that which 
is cleansed with more care and iron). 

' ^m,m-\ 6Q. ^— TO Gai9; g9 ©q Qifi^^i 

^^^T^twrpiT (i^^)— (cloth) Washed in the 
course -of one day. [ q^ — qqai ^qi gq^ 
9Q ebilQ]^ ©I©©1 &3G5 ^£l9l<Ij Gg^Q?? 
6^191 ^9 i^QI^ «IQ (^Q«i 9iqcr!s? 9IQ*€)^ 
€5gi^© @IQ)Gfi) 9^iq ©ffl OSJ9IQQ g|5|0H ■ 

fli^iGQ asj^iQ «€i 6g§ ^a alf 9g,q!??te 

GerqC^ GWJ q@^ 'g99^''69I3QI<l I <3?1G« 

fi^ai giqiQi 9«?t^® 9i ^a9etii9' §<i i 

G9^' f^Gll^ ^e€lQ G-g ^^© gl^QSlt 
GQQ 9^lQ(q^'; QQ)€^^fl^Ga Ql©^}© qg^j 
9Q G3gSQ q©Q q^ (§ GQO ^Q Gfika" 

Qa QQ qC Qqa!<J, ©i? '9i9 ®q' ©9§i i 

e^QIfJ *9ig 6a!9' 9€J9I QICT '<!© QQSJ 

C!69^ 9I» ^GQ i 9l^Gbfl9 (^^1 g96^iGi 

fii€»iOi^ 69^ 9Q%9 d ^Q^©Q 9<1 l] 


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g» eai^ 


Saja kaobl(ohe)iba GalQ ©qWI — To have 
^W ^l5t5T one's clothes washed in the ordinary 
33T*T ^cTTSit manner in one day 

Saja kariba feSchibS. (See) j \ g^^ gQ9l — 
3Tt^^^t 2. To equip; to furnish. (€J— 9Q|«J^ q% 

Q^€{ 9Q9I — 3. To equip with dress and 
Sl^^?l ornaments, v | gqq© Q€J9I— 4. To set 
vrcmn ^KHX right; to repair- » I aQSg© QlsN 
b®^ra^?l 0!Q S|© ©Wi— 5. To keep or set 
%qT'C^T:5rr anything ready, $> l Q©gS8 C^lQ^^l 
31!^?:^ ^Ki aQief^L ^aiSi^'feQ qS^i — 6. To place 
I ^5ri5TT an article in its proper place out of a 
medley^ to put in proper order. 

€€9(q©^^ «5. €l1« I) 

Saja kachibS giyiQ^Q^SQ <1S;>1 QQGO Q|© 

>rl^ ^I5t J3W#flT eci^'Q W>€l9i— To 

( Qi^ QI©^1 — ^a'Sia ) wash a cloth in the 

ordinary manner in the course of one 

'^ay. 

Saja kriya q€1 qo 9^^ Q©OQ Qg99l Ga®^??— 

=*i?jfeRrt ^ ^Ud^ff Funeral rites comm, 

enced to be performed from the day of 

death for ten days, [q^ — S9Q (5 ^h<^ 

aQ'ii 'SiQ^^ <'^\q '^I^^J^i' GQiWQlo I 
C!9 Q{Q\s Ga, G€l!)S>"G9. S?. (J ^g,— 99^1© (GQ3I) 
Saja ga(ga, ge, gO)ja Sajabaja ( See ) 

9Q GQIQQ—GQ. © ( ?• S^nS+GQlSq )— ^GQiltfl© 
Saja gobara ^Q\^% — Recently discharged 

3Tt^C^1^?I cowdung, [ €$— -ij^ 0G€I, ^Q * 
23^ 5n^ «?6€lj Q^Q GaO QSG^ eG€l^ QS 

eaiQQGQ a°Gaft 'JGa, gog^ ©i^ g.«! ] 

©GSQQ6«-i^ 9QQ I ] ' 


€(© giEfl— GQ, e— QGQ'flOlO SO— A. new or fresh 
Saja gha-a fet^^ ^ ^g^r STT^ wound* 

g©®! — GQ- ^ (^•flll) — t I g©lf)9l ^''s^i— 1. "J^he act 
SajaB^a of setting right, jt \ qqgo ©QQI— 
^t^t=^, ^t^^t^I 2. Act of repairing. * \ ^C^ 
^srWT, J?T:*i7?r eejQl — 3. Act oi equipping. 

^t^i, >r[^t=r GQ. 9^— e i aqw G^iQg^i — 

H^R?r ftqr ^3lT 1, Repaired. J | 9^© C'S'IQ 
n\W\ ^3Tm f 3?T ?J9[— 2. Equipped. ^ ] €»6QigV 

9©;qq^€» — 3, Set right; well-arranged- 

[^—9991 G91Q «S^ e^gGQIQ^I-^lS"*- 

fl^l^Q©. QO ! ] 

Q©@l(G^)QG>t— SQ. ^ ( g©!©^! ^qiQ lt9S) ^a ) — 

Sajai^a(rde)iba; e. I (go!©^IQ lf9Sj §g — 1* Oau^ 

^I^H, It^l^T sative of SajSrdiba. y \ a»i,g(^ 

^^n^TT ^Q>\ gi^g q^g^ ©gQ9l — 2. To get a 

broken article repaired by another. 

[ ©— G9Q P' «0 MgQ «?€ICC1 qOQ© 

g»iQ©— ^g, Ggqqdis>^ 1 ] ^1 g^©' 
Q^QQl—S. To arrange} to put in order. 

G?GQi€l^Qig ! ] 
€19®! Q9©— 6Q, 9^v « fl^cia— 1. Act of 
Sajax^S sajar^i repairing- 5| g^Q QQQI Q^ — 
^5!T;n ^snsTT 2, Act of setting right 

or equipping. 
Q99I G§9I— GQ, ^— ^ I qqq© G'iiQI— 1. To ,be 
Sajarda heba repaired. 5 ! gf o 69^1— 
'^m m^lMZ ^T 2. To be arranged. 

gs^ G©iq(?i)S— GQ- ^ ( «-^*s+6S)ii^N )-— 

Saja tora(r^a)ni fl© saiaQ €©l^Si— The water 
>lt^ ^1^tf^ of freshly watered cooked rice 

[919 G^iigf©!)^, a^a G«iq(<3i!)S— 5>9'33«i ] 

€(® QQ(§)— GQ. ©— gGQMfl?i® Q^ -Fresh whey. 
Saja dai(bi) ^^ ^t 2^^T ^|t 

Saja dekhS pardiba G0l«9 9«i^GQ Ql ©idiGQ 

^1^3 m^ 5t5fT To appear or seem conve- 

(g© eQSJiflQl— 2iQ^^3) nient or opportune. 

Q&S2J19— GQ. ^— e I <a©9Cl QIQ 9SJ\® G9!Q?!9^ 

Saja dhoba ^%— l.'Cloth washed in a day 

^it^ ^W\ in the ordinary process. ^ ! ^9 ©% 


QQ^I 


( <-o^» ) 


QCQt9 


^«T ^STtf ( SQ«i ) — • Saja kacha ( See ") €Q, 

(<?i^ e^iQ— soi^q) q^— ags?so qq^^© (99>) — 

( clotb) Washed in a day- 
g^O^l — eQ. ^ — 9QQI ( 6Q€1 ) 

Sajana Sajana ( See ) 

Sajana paturia Cbakupda (See) 

SajanS paturia tinis ( GQ^ ) — ^Barda bakaia 

^ " -^ (See) 

€Ie©^— €Q. ^€\ ( e, gs©© )— q*©!© — Born. [^ — 

Sajanita BS;^Q €j5> S^Q g© | q9€>0 €>e^ flIffQ© — 

Sajaci Qf^og; gQQ^ g®l— 1. A female compa- 

^^#1 nion. > I g^gi<3ii^| qp — 2. A iemale 

•^^wt friend. •» | g^i^'^flp; Gg9s»i— 3. A man's 

beloved womanj lady-IOTe3 one's 

sweet-heart ( lady ). -tf | q1; ^€Bl — 

4. Wife. « I Q!'3l--5. Woman. [ q — 

^9 Ml— gi. ^ ( ^^ )— qs? i^€ii ( cs'S) ) 

Saja Duga ^ Saja luga ( See ) 

€1© gOl(GQ)QOI— GQ,-^ — «© Gyi9 Q^a^l 9IQ GaiPiq 
Saja paka(ke)ib5 qQ«i c^gi gqQ(— To give 
TitW C'T^^I soiled clotb to the washerman for 
J5*T ^it^ k^ cleansing by ordinary process 
and returning it the very day, 

Saja pakhala ( q^ ) ^( boiled rice ) Freshly 
^It^ ^^1 35^ 'l^'^TSn l^TT mixed with water* 

Saja pakhala Q®eQ gj^ giCCr QIGCT "^aiQIQ 

^t^ ^t^^t^t^ ^91 8S11«! — Moistened , rice pre- 

^3[^r l^^rsi pared by mixing water with fresh 

boiled rice and which in only one day 

old. [^ — OQ© g©gQ aiif q^iiQG?;^ *gfiiIo' 

Q9^ I q©9«i« <]«> Qs?^ ^Qg Q^acfii ©15 
'QiSaaift* ^[ 'acj's) a5iiQ» ©^^ i 9i§ 
Q«tifi«i gicii sji <$< 6 ®^*«i s©i?i^ qju 


ei|( QGQ f ^|€ e©!^!)* 9^$ QC) Q^GQ ©l'4>! 

91® 91© ^C I ©1^ aiffGQ flai i*fi© 6QQ 

9SlQ65a©l9i ©li '$<1 t] 

'g® 0^(9) Ql— 6*?. ^— ?. I ^?yi G99I— 1. Being 

Saja pati(rdi)ba convenient. j\ sj^ Q?9|; gsQlQ 

^ft((t ^«51, #t^ f^sTl QfQj — 2. Happeain^ o£ 

gfe^T ft»rT an opportunity* 

g© q^Q — SQ. Q (e. gQ^'s -h gia) — t i g©^8 q^j© 

Saja phula g[| — 1, Newly blown flower. ^ i gi© 
Stfe^t f^ S^! Qiq^^l erSi — 2. Freshly plucked 
33W 5:si flower. ( ©— g© ^Q Qi§ G^Gq OI§ 
(©1^ -^Q— ^B91©) .flQlGQ I 01© 1) 

€1© 9e!(eci)Q0i— SQ. ■?— ©a^sig, mz^\ G^isaf qi 

Saja bas»(se)iba eiQ ^9i;5«eQ «© ©©Q SI9©I- 
5it^ ^m gifci© c©^ (§ fa^!<? (laai— sa^q, ^^icj© 

SitSIK'IssfT (S gfiilqiGQ <5;€l'l9^IGGi «?© ©»© 

(a© ^oia<?i— ^aqi5) a^iQj ?iQlsi^siGo ^aei^l f§ 
€iG^€l©^d^1 QO -ja©, ©Qq aQ_j eis^^qiG© 
GQiQQ^^fll <?Q g^i, ©i<5cr1, ©y 'sj^^a'^^^i*^ 
8©l ®Q©I 9tQ) 9©i-alo QacQ SIS'»"^€3©l--- 
To place one's professional implements 
for being worshipped on special 

festivals, 
g©©C©l— €©• 9 — 9fii1 ^^^ eo, 6 659©q«iq 

Saja basiba jassiag^ ^a© ejQfRQGQ alo ^9SQ 
'Tt^^yrl 8Q!ei'g|a*©e9©l — The placing of the 
^TOIt^asiT implements of artisans on a plat- 
(a© 6^6©! — ©ag©) form for worshipping on 

particular festival days. 

g©©!©— G©, Ci^ — «. 16©}^^ ©!^ aifi^ 69€l G'^IQ 
Sajabaja g§® G9IQ?!©!; g3?© — 1. Fully 
3l!^C^t^ ^^^1 equipped for any work, (65 — 
'crsn^srr ©i©i©iq «€& ©Qai«1<l g©©is» Gi'tj* G$6f 

'••- -aiftS Q\ ©l'«>IQ 9^© Qi^G© 

Q!€j©^— gqiQsqi^©, Q^%^ I) -> I «©Q-|qo 
•Ji^ ^^^'S — 2. Fully adorned, (g^ — <|5)| 
©^ Sa^ g©©l© ©Q,€i!q©^gq9'e©6fii 910 
yQ I 9^9°©. q©i^©©, ^^i^GQiQ 1)6©.^ — 

^I^C^t^ (a©©©) — V ! gi©gsl — 1* Equipments. 

^n^rar 3frw -^ i ©i^S^ty© e«^i^— 2. Impk- 

^Sfsnt mente- • I aQffI© <g>I^ g«|— .3. Decora- 

311^ tion. giG© (Jai©q©) ©— ©©© g^' ©© — 

^3t^a The day before the 'Raja' festival. 


^e<?f^ 


( rovt ) 


q© 9(€^)9f 


Saja bSsi 1. Fresh and stale (aftiole). 9 i a& 

(Cloth) Which has been washed in a daj- 

Q9«1Q^^! fi^atqi??— Clothes some of 
which have been washed ' by 
ordinary process and others by the 
extraordinary process, including 

ironing. 

•S3© €iS^l—W* ^ (^"- ^Qm+^^SI^)-^© Bf^^\ 
Saja bichhana ea*tl — Freshly spread bed. 

■«Qfl©l— eQ*€i— ^ I SSQ^iqa Sas?Q €IQ— 1. The 

Saja marda carcass of a recently dead 

5rt^3I^51 animaU ^ I ^SQ'^iq© '^'^9'^ Q9— 2. The 

j^qpi g^^ corpse of a receutlj deceased person* 

(Qi^q^.! — 09^®) ** I ^S^^ QSO' QGCr Ql^isf 

mo^ QH^ €1Q— 3. Dead body taken to 

the cremation ground immediately 

after death. [ 5— GQ^* W^ q€)S>l©<» 

Saja maunsa qr^a (sai^l «©eii£i <;? eiKi) — 

Ji1W^n:f( se^KTlrt^ Fresh meat. 

•■gs» 9ii© €ieQ a^esQ QQi(s^)o®t— (^'^nq) <^^* ^^~ 

Saja maunaare amsei paka(ke)iba (ftS^ia)— 

ac?^ sti^it ^t^i smsiT ©e^is Qi ©^QQ- Q-'S 

QQ91— (figurative) To defame a really 
innocent person. [5 — aGQ^iq© gialQ ^II^Q 

gi-'QGQ eai© n<^^ »i^* 1 o^^Q a^GQ ^® 
sQiel^ f^Q^osQieTflsj oqqi, aai©^ ©gq'^s 

Q! ©^OQ" QI^CIGQ QQ^ ^^3 ©QQl Ol 

Sajambala SGP5— Muddy. 

•,^©QCl-GQ. ^ ( «•. W^Cl^ )— as Q9; ^^fill— Resin, 

- Sajarasa (SJ— *3^© SSI WQ^QcTgQ ©I« QI- 

-^t ^ - €^5©^« flagflcro i) 


Sajala €;«i^9 — 1. Watery. ? i ©»8^ — 

(qgcj —^1) 2. Full of water; brimming with 

water. *» I ^Q/-^3. Moist; wet, 

g9Qfi>qQ-^» © (9dyi)— ^ i <;q«oi'5»^' go^— 

Sajala nayana 1. Eyes wet with tear. . 

Q©aG«©or®^^ 2. Tearful eyes. 

gQQ«iilol -) (a person) With tearful eyes. 

Q®fteQG»Qi ^ 

Sajalasa Rssin used as inoense- 

Sajalasthala gss^Q (§ a«^€1 qq^^€> (q?l^)-(the 
world) Consisting of the land and water. 

asj^gcT whole world including land and 

water 

Q9 «§9l-6'5.-8— ^ > q^tll^ffO G9lti G9^1— 
Saja lagiba 1. To seem convenient, 

^^^ ^ C^m s^t^t -? I ^"S^S? GQIti G99I— 

^qntift^ilT fe^flTF 2. To seem easy. 

^ j ^aeeiQl e^^ld G^^I — 3. To seem 

suitable; to suic. 

gfi> qQl— GQ. ^— TO «ei f^ai— Cloth washed in 

Saja lugS the course of one day only. 

Saja,saucba qM© -^^iq aGal©% A^^QQ 9Q9l 

( 99 6^1©— a^^'i^a ) a^ai— Purfication 

mVJ^^ m^^ '• attained or performed 

just after the happening of an impurity 

,in some cases (as ordained by the 

gastras). 

99 gi9— GQ. ^. (e\ q^l]— ai9Q^»— 

Saja saja ^t^^^t B^^^ Equipments 

€19 §(G9)QI-GQ- ^ (^^ fl^©)— ^ I ^^^« eW— 

Saja ha (he) ba 1. To be fitted up. 

m{ %m^tWT5 I69l^^ 9lrf9Q^iS4 SS© GW- 

2, To get ready for any work 

(q— g* G91Q ^J5 9QQiQ SQI aiG^— 


«9I 


{ r.t> ) 


90)99' 


29^1 — 3. To be adorned or dressed np' 

^^ 5«^ gft^TTSi*!* tlTT qaiQia. g^lQi^l I) 

V I qvai©0« 6^91— 4 To suit 

g&l — €Q. (^"» ^^1)— Qf©©QgI— Decoration^ 

Saja ornamentation^ 6Ce<?, §>-^ I ©Q^ — 

>it^5{ Hsa^^ 3, ImprisonmeDt; jail. 

(gQlo— aoiqa) s i (eri.soio) q^j QlJ" — 

^n^ mml 2. Punishment. (6^ — a^ 

^© €Q«, «i© Pl^ GCI«,0 G5^GQ G^W 0^^ 

3rlWl ^5rr^ ^ l q^€i— l Furnished. 

f I 9ail ifli^i [91^ «©B ( flWQai ) — 

2,Fabricated; got up (case). gieQ(916M€l) 

9—^91 Q§ QQ9I ^flG^ agj^l ijaGQ ^sto 

Qm99I Q^ — The whej which is added 

to boiled milk to turn the latter 

into curd. 

Saj^Wiba ^ | ^^^ qq^I — 1, To furnish. 

01GO 3©iQ a©GO a© — flfcJ9Qff awift! 1 ) 

^ I ^qCg* O^^QI — 2. To furnish welL 

^91Q— Ql G^GQgs^Qig) ^ | agi 

91§Si G99 QQ^I—S. To decorate or 
adorn a person. v 1 qflQ^iQ gfii^j<) 

QQQl — 4. To fabricate a case; to get up 

a case f alsely. 

€!S*iqQ| flQQ(Q)fl|— GQ. ^— 9ai| 6 Q©© fl^qj— 
Sajaiba ii3akada(dda)ma A got-up case, 

QeifeS— GQ. ^ (a. SQl) ^IQ^QGQQi laiiii— A sort of 
SajSu musical instrument; drum, {o^ 

qiQQl- q^^^QQ, f3^ I ) 

Saja(Sajae) khatiba To undergo a sentence 

Jit^t^ of punishment, ^ | es« e^Q^l — 

^rsiWSvIl 2. To undergo imprisonment, [gpi 

(QOW) «?Qi (6^9 «€l9l,G^€r*j)^aSi<.^a] 

Sajg-ga aw) — »igo: sqqo («?^a qi oa) 
:«i^« »^ Watchful^ vigilant. 


'W^^ «^* 


«®ia »Q-GQ, e* (ag^) — QGOO ©Q— Waking- 
Sajaga nida * sleep; wakeful sleep, 

gQl9^G<3», ^«. («•• q^"©) t. I ^g^© — 1. ShiP- 
Sajarda shape- well equipped. 5 ( q^j— 
^f^^ 0Q« — 2. Convenient, « j aegO'* gtg- 
B5fT?ng5tT 3. Recovered. v 1 o^g«g© 4 

Repaired, a | a^-IQai gig—S. Renova.. 

ted. GQ. ©.— (g». 9^1) ^ I gf-<3 apgr— 
5rrm?^f 1- Equipped or furnished condition, 
«5iwj 5 t Q^ qoq^ft aQg(— 2. Repaired condi- 
'^m^ f t^sT, c^gt^j^) tion; renovated condition 

JTOJra *" I ^€)^^ GQ^Q acqQM^ egg q$ a 9'qJ 

'rtat, ^^^51 <a<s(iQQ a 9»!9gi ai^^ siGqa^i— 3. 

sftttn Convalescence; recovery from an 

illness^ regaining of one's previous 

health, [gj— wq© g^g^,g Q§(?(^ eqi 

^5W,^fir a€)§aQfi5r «©*<{ e^a^iQ^Qg gsq© 

t93[ 5IIQ1 *5^f gqfQf ©IQ; 991—4. a present 
of food to a guest (consisting of many 
varietiee) [0—93^, laj^giQi^ggQ 6 
S|QG04QQ Q«Hqi6» S^^^ Qa^, ^Oi q^i- 
S^QGi '391©^ <?a§> n [^--$f^ QHSC 

9qiGi% 'm? ^\ %H\' ^\ 'ouft^ GQIQQKJ 1 

♦ f aaiGiaiei*! 

5!t$ ^rm^ g§l — 5. Proper or suitable equip- 
ment. $> I Q^— .6, Care. 5) 1 qq^ © (^ 
9Q9fa aG>gi — 7. I^eat and clean oondip- 
tion. r I 6$aqg «»i g^^iqg a«;)g(_ 
8, Proper or convenient state 

Sajarda karibs SajardibS (See). 

(eQ9)q®i9% ag'Qh^GQ* ^.— (5^a« qisjgi) Bjegav 

Sajar^aku Ssiba q€} 9S?Si ^gj^gi gig e^©i— 
WC^ ^rre?H,5itf?im ^It^m To recover one's strength 
'ft^Ntsrr and health after illnessl. 

gai^gflj-eQ. 9«, (g». g$a)_vi gg^"©— 1. Weill 
Sajaz^ia equipped* 9 \ ag q^g 9—2- 

^^t=l ^m^Tff^ Repaired, w | q^ q|gY 
(§)€||^a-^aga) 3:95 «fCqGI1Ql9--3, Recovered; 
convalescent. G<;i.^. - g§)fcii$QQ — 4*. Con- - 


taeif^i 


( r-o^«» ) 


qsfift ((Si.j «> 


Tenient. )R j eol^S 01^ Ql €Kdr$ 6Q 
BQie©— Repairerj one who sets tilings 
right. 

SajardibS 1. To furnish, y \ %<Aq'Q Q^Q\ — 
^n^t^ ^SHfTT, ^STRT 2. To equip; to fit up. 

(^Qi^Ql— '©aq®) l^—m^^ ga Goeo «»«'_, 

(999iQ<»i— §?»^ %9) Q»a^ 9^^ ^® *3®^^ 

9©if 6Q I ©99^1*. gala I ] *» I ^4a 

Q^^i — 3. To build. ( €|— «^*t flOe© 

q©I^ ©913, ^9^ €11^ ^l«€€l — ^Oig- 

«5TT5(f OQtf). olQWg I ] V i 8«*«1 QQ9I— 4. To 

create. (^—ftlQ% 65QQ^ veg ^9 Q^3 

g atWI 5. To repair, p | QSfir» 'Qga 

qsififfi «>Q9I — 6. To set right, 9 I q^^Q'l^ 

7. To arrange well, r ! '^Q^ 9QQ(J 
6qaq§ S»€)Ql — 8, To cure (a person of 
illness), t | d^%^ a€)9a ©90^1 — 9. To 
make neat and clean, io j §f Qiq^f^l 
Qlftj i^gi 'asi aoq^ ^^wm^ ©«)qi — lo. To 
re-arrange the hair or dress which has 
been out of order. ?.<t ! a^^digg Q<aq^ 
^©aieg© QQ9I — 11. To set matters 
right. ^> fei§S5»© eol^l? QICS «Q9I — 
12. To do a thing with care. 

QQi©— «, 9^- ( q^^-J+S^l© )— gqe^^^l — Be- 

Sajlti longing to the same class or 

caste. q«. ^— <g oiaqqjl q§<ae g^lQ- 

OfEspring of parents belonging to the 

same [species or caste. €Q- Q61 — (?. 

[q©i©a— tio^^a] qQisiq) ? (L I g©isiq (««?«)— 

5i^t^ ^SITJSr 1. Sajatiya (See) j i gSlq^s^j 

aaeilQ ©leii^— 2. Belonging to one's 

own class or genus or species or caste 

or nationality^ 

Sajatiya 1. Of the^same class or species or 

(qeiCli^l— ^1) caste, j \ qqig eigq— 2. Of 

similar class or custe or species. «> | 

M9^— 'Of the same caste, v I <9W — 


4. OE the same kiod, » I -dOfci^QI^— 
6, Of the same religion or attribute. 9 t 
Qija- ^«^T — 6» Similar; lite. 

SajadiaibS fi^aiq Q^Qi — To cause to be 
^9\ C5F«?(tiI ^SJT^^TRT punished^ 

. gs^l 6QG>1— €9- ^ — ^ J <?9 G<?9I—1. To inflict 

SajS deba punishment. ^ j O^ISQS ®S3^I — 

1tSFW«^ ^STT^^ To sentence a man to 

( g9l<] GQ9I— awOQ ) panishment; to convict 

a person* 

^©lai^OI— CQ. ^—t I QfO G9<^I-1. Tobe 

SajS pSiba punished 5 \ Qfii@ Q15 e?9l — 

1t^t^«^ ^rai ^ITSTT 2. To be convicted, 

SajSri A partner, 

€i©l€j qg— giGQ (f 99.^) 9— (^Q ©sc giesQ oq. 

Sajari ohasha ^q| qg — ^Joint cultivation, 

q©l^— GQ. © (e. aaa, GSQIQ)— ^e~Porcupine 

SajSru [Q — 6©§ £9Q '€191^' 9ai 

't^T?? ^n^ €««§>) 

Q©l §^C5— GQ. 9 — ^ I Q<^ta — 1. Sentence of puni- 

Saja hukum shment- 9 | GQQ S^IQ 'J^flw. 

5?t^ ^3(, >it^t^ ^1;^ HHTffiT 2. Sentence of jmp» 

(q9l<j "^ij^— aOi^g) risonment. 

g©2Q-€Q. ^^ ^ i (^. g^O — ^Qyi©»© — 1- Conveni- 

Sajia ent. > | (^. ^<$^) qt^Q— 2. Eaay^ 

CI«Q^(Q,€0— GQ, 0^ (^. «l?o)— t I <^g^o-i-l. Well 
Sajil(la,li) equipped; ship -shape; nicely arra- 
'IW nged, ^ I g|©; 6JQHQ—2. Prepared- 
%Trc ready, v | aeq|©© — .3. Arraiiged^ v 1 
q«di90© — 4. Convenient, *| ^qtgsi — 
5. Gathered; collected. ^ | qcsjIQq.^— 
C^ftWi 6. Opportune, eo. ^ — i I q^ai^ g© — 
§f%^T !• Convenience. 5 | qeoici— 2. Opportu- 
nity. • I ^g*9 aQgi— 3. Well-equipped 
condition. ij | ffgl©; ^eQWi— 4. Arran- 
gement, « I Gaiei9 — 5. Preparation, 
f I €ja©q«Q ^?— 6. Gathering of 

materials. 


^©•^ 


■q©«(^(Q) 0€lQI 


( r«^« ) 


^^C» 


Saiil(li)kariba equip; to fit up; to arrange 

^]^\v well. ^ I aQ^iO acj, QQOQ^iP «g^ 91 

^f^v:jT^^I aeqie» QQQI — 2. To get or 

collect the requisite funds or materials* 

« I ^©yi ©QQIJ QGOI^g, QCH?!— 3. To 

artange. v | g|© Q€}Qi; GQldl© 0Q9I — 

4. To prepare; to make preparations. 

Saiil(li) patiba Saja patiba. (See) 

Saliini) sat(ti) Saji].(See) 

Sajil{!i)beba 69^1 — 1. To be got up. [ggi— 

c^1^t^ ^?rl qoQ?ii siQ© 9iq' ^«?i q^Q e^g Qi§ 1] 
^ftm Cwr y ! ©eoiQ^ eWI— 2. To be arran- 
ged. (Qai— flQc^fli ©ft9iQ &^ « e^ffii 

a?iQ ^«rOI€l 699 "^ I 69?^^ 9l€fi 9Q9lft 
9|© 91 6^9*1© 699! — 3. To make prepa- 
rations or arrangements to do a 
thing; to get ready; to be ready to do 
a thing* {^m — ^ «ieiai^i 9©91<i g©a 
G^ejaS I) V I q96ll»09 €991—4, To be 
convenient. (Qai— $169 -COieq 9©91iJ '^Q^ 

69Q »1§ l) 

-^©Q^ gi9(®)Q^— 69.9— ( €)Qa^9 g909 ) 96551993 

Sajil Eaja(ji)l G9.ai9— Arrangement* (gj—geQ 

g^T Q9ig9€i^, ea?89 ) 

«I©a©— 69. 9 <$ 9^— q®^ (693) 
SajiUfc Sajil (See) 

-Q^SIQ— ^. 9a (3=q9 + Q9=€l90J g9!a'^<^^) — 

Sajiba t. 1 Q9€i; qeo9Q; ai9IQ 99© ag 

(@^*-<? — §33^©) 1. Alive; living; animated, 
sentient. ^ | ( fiiS^ia*' ) ei©l; 969©— 

2. Vigorous* 

€IC190i(S»)— Q*. 9—^ I 96G©0^— 1. Animation. 

Sajibata(twa) j \ G0S»g1 ^9— 2, Vigorous- 

ness. «> I 6Qe«— 3. Vigour. 

-q^aiS 9Qft1 — 69. 9— eSQ 99® «© 9t ©69 99|.| 

SajuSni kadaii a© aigo q€9 — I'lantain 

s!|^1^ ^T which is neither very mature nor 

very raw. 


««»^I— 3169 (€^^9 9iefil49) 9-^a©QI (69a) 

Sajana Sajuna- (See) 

g9«— «. 9^ (^=99+99. al®«eg9l 9Q9! + 

Sajush g^- © g) — t i Qlsqg— 1. Loving^ 

cheerful , ^ | 6^9191^ — 2. Tending; 

serving. •* I ■<39^ eq9l9R — 3* Serving 

together, ff. 9^-9139— A sage. 

e©(^) Q—ff, a (Q9 + 9 9^. yi®=§^ 6991 + Pf • 
Saju(jwa)s 9^Q ) — ^95 g^s.— With; along 

(^9A ^^8— a»^^a) with. £5— (Jf^aeQ <i W9 

9199IQ 9I§ I] 
€!G9— £9. 9 d ©^—09 QlQfll^ — 

Saje One set; one set of. 

Qes>c;Q|— 69. «"— 99iq9i (S9a) 

Sajeiba Sajaiba, (See) 

€ie9IQ-69. 9« ('a«-g9 €I90 + Sri. €91 9^= 9a) — 
Sajor ff§^ — Strong; forcible. 69, ^, 9^— 
C^t^t^ %. I QQQj^g— 1, Strongly; forcibly 
^«i^T^, ^IT^R: y I €919 Qq — 2« With force^ 
l^^ta ^^J violently. 

( ^69169— SQ^I^a ) 

^^--e. 9tfi (gg©. ii|^=gsQ 699!+9|i. a)— 

^ajja ?. 1 q^Q; q(j|| €9IQ?i9I— !• Equipped; 

famished; fitted up. > I <g^€9— 

2. Adorned. ^ I g|9— 3- Prepared; got 

ready, v | fiJQ't© — 4. Ready. * I g(il<5tj 

gi® §©^^1— 5, Armed} armoured; 

accoutred. ^ | QigiqQtgyiq gcjQO — 

6, Well protected by walls (a town, a 

fort>. 9 I eg 699^91 aQfci 10 9Qffll<l— 

7. Dressed; accoutred, 

g^dCI— »• 9tfl (3« + 6q)-a|9; qi9— 

Sajjakrama Equipped; arranged, 

Q^Q— '«. 9^ (95jai9q3 go^=gid^-|^9c>)— 1 1 g9;g|i2_; 

Sajjana gsj.^ — 1, Good; virtuous. 5 I99Q^ 

2. Of good character or morals, m \ 

qS?!©^ 99^<jeQlQ9 — 3. Of noble family; 

respectable^ noble, ff. Q — 1 1 gifcj^t^j — 

1. A good man, 9 I goQ^ 9m9— 

2. A man of good moral character 

"I (qg9^yie+g9.aQ)-9SI9l (69Si^ — 

Sajjani; (Se?) 


^Wl 


( rc^s ) 


g^o 


SajjanS q^lQSia— 1. Act of fitting up; 

equipping. ^ | giQq^l— 2. Equipage; 
trappings, ^ I sjel gCc^^QT aO§Q glQ- 
3, A resting place for guardsja sentries* 
post V I Q6\Qi aiOIj Q\%} Q\%^ — 4.t)at- 
post; military out-post, « I Qgcg^O §10- 
fllOQGQ a*?'31©<»*<lQ — 5. Act of putting 
■gnatds at places or points of danger. 
5> I QH — ^- Landing place; wharf. 9 | 
CQQ— 7. Port; quay, r \ q^ aiQ* eio'i 
g^aQ — 8. Battle array; cohort, t! 1 gip; 
€9€i; G919I9 — 9- Dress; accoutrements, 
Xo 1 QQQ a^^lQQ^ — 10, Furniture. 
^?. I a«°©Cl^ — 11" Adorning; decorat- 
ings t,> I Sies^lffOj QS«J|9§— 12. 
Arrangement; settlement; preparation. 
«.^ I e^€l C>e)9l — 13. Adorning; decorat- 
ing, t* I G'a!9'l% TO109I — 14. Harness, 
ing a horse. ?.» I 9iSl=il ^QICI^I— 
15. Act of fitting up an elephant 

-gj^^Qk— go^ Q^ (q©+9»^ bii^ Ss^ ©^ yi^4-o^* ©)- 

Sajjanita t I ^^o^GQ 9! Q'?6Q Q^J^— 

1. Well born. ^ \ g|H9l©@;»— 2. Due to 

honesty. ( ^— §9©$«J G^QegQS)® m 
€Q-€$S.e'?6<?91€l§'«l3 1) 

;g^l— go. ^ (ga©^y|®+qQ. a-ha)— ^ I 9i«;G9a^9l; 

Sajja GBIQIQ— 1. Accoutremente; dress; 

ornaments, j | q?tt!9»; QIS^""2. Arms; 

armour;!!coat of mail. «* | a€^i©o— 

3. Preparation; arrangement^ v I qsO^© 

a^gi — 4, Equipped state. 

Sajja giuha Green-room; Idresaing 


room 


Sajjita t. 1 39I9©— 1- Furnished; equipp- 

;{q®©I— 9,1) ed. 5 I ^e"©— 2. Adorned; 

decorated, «* I G^€l9€iSiO— 3, Dressed 

V I 9^©— 4. Armed. s I Qa^ — 5. 

Accoutred. 9 I asqi9»>—6. Arranged- 

9 I €5^*1©— •?• Ready; prepared. r ( 
^oqQ-8. Prepared for action; set ready 

for use^ 


Sajjikruta gagq a^C® QIQ QSSi g^Q '5<J — 
[ggl^QI — ^1] (g^l^Q^— 9). Adorned; fitted up. 

SajjibhUta acq? Q^© Q sjc? ^^ ?tlO ®S* 

€0 g^O G-JlQeiKI— Having dressed up; 

wearing dress; arranged presently^ 

gg^Q — g°- qsi. ^* (9=g§©+€jQ3 g^ia ^'$^^^)— ^ 

Sajwara 9^q§ — Feverish; suflfering from 

(g»g— il) fever 

gsM^q«, ^€\ (q =390+91139^19' Q-^si^?)— Hie5i9© 

Sajya G9]9"1©J ©i|:qg— Furnished with a 

(q©**!— ^1) bow-string. 

€iai— GQ. 9 (qo. iiq1)-qiQ*3 ^iql; g^— 
SaSjS Master; lord. 

SaScha 91 q^© ei^^Ql'aicT 9^© a^Qq^GQI^Q 89 
— A collection of palm leaves cut and 
moulded ready for being written on to 
be used as a palm leaf manuscript. 

^ ^n GQ- ^ — ^ I ( 9r. 9^ ) <?l€i3 9SI; ©9. — 

1. Mark left on a thing. [ ^ — Qao 9t 

Q^gZQ — <^9©. GQqegiqo 1 ] 51 gg ; 

Q^_2. Knot. •» I ( g*. 9^1 ) G€ll% 

■ ^fp3ft,S^ gSIg^Si— S.Beauty. w iq©ft©| — 

^•^^ 4. Symmetry. ^Q- 9^— V I q»€j; GSIig- 

^ g*:?!, l^'Vsr g°aa — 1. Beautiful. [ q— eq@ 
<P«Q QSfllGC;> SIO €^Q i €<diQaag ^ 
ereo g«— 9^^°9- q^NQO. 9Q I ] -> r 
^©q; ^Olfl— 2. Symmetrical. [ q — 

GW^ 9iay*3i<iO yq aicf © gvgq— ^QgoQ^i. 

wegpcro ! ] 
?ia Q9— SQ. ^si ( ^ 9^e»€i )— gi©g9GQ qauj q^Q 

Sancha ghancha ^ ao — Densely thick; beautt- 
^it^l^K'^ ful and dense. [ ^ — OQGO d^a ggf <ag 

ga© — «- ^« ( ^« +© ai^+»§» s^) — ^ I s®isiQ; 

Sanchat ^Hit— 1. Deceitful, j \ OQ^ 

( g«€l— ^il ) 2, Cheating. 

gaa— su q ( giolo qq^ ) ( q«». 9Sqo )— 3sq (coa) 

SaSchana Sanchaya( S3e ) [ €J — b» «Sgo 
510 5© I 09©! asi ©isi ©9— ai©1. «>q «- 


«8e 


( roK9 ) 


9S€19^ 


ftlQ — ai. ^ ( «, aeea ) — ffeS9 (gq«) — Sanakshepa 
Sanchapa ( See > CQ, ^— ggg ( GQ«I ) 

Samksbipta ( See ) 

g^a fiJ^Qi— 6Q. 5? ( q\ ^'680 )— aeaasQ ©es^i — 

^anohapi kahibs To speak concisely. 

giaQi— 6Q. §— *^ I ( a*. «°€iag ) — g^caa qqqi — 

Safichapiba ^i^c^ ^ H'^^T^^T l.To abridge. 

.. ®^H G'^q- ^??n ^ I ( 9*. g?i^ ) 9Sq QQ9I — 

2. To store, m \ q^g^ OSj©|— 3, To 

gather, v | qeil^© qqqi; qoi ©Q«?I — 

4. To heap up^ to amass. 

Sanchaya t | QOQ— 1, Multitude. ^ | g»g©- 

2, CoUeotion* * I q'ggs> Qg^C^^i QflV 
QQ^ — 3i Heaping o£ collected things. 
*» I q^3 aQI-4, Heap; accumulation. !R | 
qsl^Qi yo — 5. Hoard; stored wealthy ^ I 
©Olj ai^-6, Stocki store. 

esq 9QQI— GQ- 9'—^ i Q^a'S* ©q qa* cq^i— 

SaBohaya kariba 1, To collect and store. 

Jj^p^r^t, ^5rR y I d*» ©^I ®99l — 2, To hoard 
^'^^ *i.5Tr wealth. 

d^q Qiq— 2- ^^•g*' (gaq+9 fciigi^f o^i. qc?J ca 

Sancbaya karl ©9, ^GQ— Hoarding, stor- 

Sancbaya gxuha €^§ISt — Stock room. 

Sanohayana ©q©| — 1. Act of collecting} coUec 
tioD. J i qolQQ^— .2. Act of storing 

up; heeping up. 

Sanchaya nirata g^JQiSQ Q^eiK — Engaged 
(qB^Q® — aOtQ9) in storing up or hoard" 

qei^©Q©lj 9«qQOI— 41) ing. 

flssiq— «• ^« ( ^fl^+eai^+Qs?. a«iq ) ego 

Sanchaniya 699f9 69|61n — ^Capable of being 

stored^ fit to be hoarded, 

SaSohayasIia qgq ©cq; ggq «Q©IG€i a€$ig— 
(fl8q€i1«i — %1) Habituated to storing up- 

(gaqslQ^f — 9) Having a tendency to hfl^d. 


SaSchayakankgha Q£| — Desire to store up. 

[gsqi€iftiQ-aoM^a] 

Sanchayagara Store room^ godown* 

Sanchayarthl QQaiQ Q€5Ql=©|j. QOj q^q. 

[aSqieT'a— i1] ©€)«?! Qicf aei©|9l— Desirous 

of hoarding up. 

Sanchayi €Q 9Sq ©GQ — .Storing; heading. 

Sanchara qgQ_l. Moving, motion. ^ 1 

2. Moving from one place to another, 
«i| iQQ— 3. Vibration, vi 0^o-4. Trem- 
bling; quaking. ♦ I (+G>Q^, a); flfifj. 
Gg^j GQlia — 5. Bridge. 9 1 a^QQ — 6. An 
opening or passage for "water, ^ | ^-[. 

a^QQ^, a) 03—7. Way. T I (ay;;iSi^. «) 
a-SaQ, GQ9 — 8. Body, 

SaHcharS(re)iba ^'qiQ 1!©^ ^9 — 1, Causa- 

^'S^Tfe^^ ^rfer 4i<ciHI tive form of San- 

charibs, f I ^JQ© «Q9i — 2. To cause 

lo mOYC, [sj— §eq GQ aQIQGQ g«ga <a;> I 

SaBcharita 1, Grouc away. ^ ^ '1 3Q«Q— 

2. Movings Current. *» I QS) — 3. Gone; 

past. 

ggQQI— eQ, ^ (g©^ + OQ^ yi^— ^ I CI© «QG»l3Q©- 
Sanohariba «gq 6991— To move, [6J— 0^ 
Blfif® ^«^ TiSWT 9© OGQ ©§ 9 aiQ8!6€l, «8^ 

ai< GQ ee^ft a^isGQ i ^a^*"?, "^■dt^QQ. 

a^ I ] > i 90€l« j5>S9! — ^^. To move to 
and fro, *> | QIQQ© OQ^; ^fl^ «€JQI— 

3. To walk. [€^ — ©€J€9 J^KJ^^I Q g^p 
G>Q €I9G<6Q69 «IGqQ<> I— 99C^: 9*g1o] 

m^^ ?^ dffT'^ 51^ w i.(Gqq) ti^Qi— 4. To 

. sta^d on end (said of the hairs)* 


«909 


( r»?9 ) 


g)?fQ' 


G"*?©!; QgePI— 5, To pervade; to prevail; 
to be produced, (c^— Qii^ aoa 69IQ 

qa^ao) 9 I a©Qf© G-J^l — 6. To fre. 

Sancharishnu «^Q^€lla; €i@fllo; ^fl^©ig— 
Moving; walkingi having a tendency 

to move. 

SaBchalana k\ CJfl-Q — I Trembling; shaking- 
quivering. >! GQ»|QO— 2. Oscillation. *» | 
gQfiQ—3, Currencji prevalence, v | 

€I€) «S?Ql; ©©91—4. Moving; motioE. 

— go^ §) — 5§ (5Qg)) — Sancha (See) €Q* «>— 
Saflcha 1 i ©9,5 Boqrtg^? QqaSQ €096^ Q9 
^1^ qni QiCig^l Ql€! — !• Marks left on the 
body by the pressure of ornaments («i— • 

W'^t ^T ai^aQ €>§) 3?1 GQ'S'GQ QS3 1 SI©1 

t^&t ^n— 2. Beauty; grace. • I QglQQ ^Q^ Q| 
QlQj ©81—3. Stain or spots (of blood 
etc) on a thing. (6} — $?i6« a3€] q;i|Q g5> 

4. Materials. » 1 tiflgg, a®qd ^§q 

Victuais presented to guests^ materiais 
for cooking meal sent to guests 
who cook their own food. ( ^ — SJa 

6QQ GOS^j qG«ll§ Q%i €^aQO GQG9 — glol. 

S^ia €1^69^1 I) 

>I?(St5 ^ I ffQ9; Qfl^""— 6. Collection. 9 | <|Q^1- 

«*nf ©Q^j; €1QI— 7. Heaping up. r | ^GQW9; 


^^^f^^aiC* — 8. Arrangement, [gj— ^a§ gg| 
GQGGI QQ^ €0nS$ ©§9^ gPQ I ©CtCftla. 
^^, "1^ QQO© 1] GQ.^^ — f 1*5©; ©60— 1. Hard. 
1? n (g^. g^c^l ) g.*— gsi^€)l«— 2. Storingv 
(«S), 9G?HR — ^1) hoarding, m \ ^ggi — 
l^ft iff'g* 3. Miserly- 

€iai(e9)QQI— GQ. $— flSlQQI ^^IQ f ©<;} oa_ 
Sancha(Bche)iba. Causative form of 

m^ ^m ^'^^ ^Kmn\ saschiba. 

€1^1^— e<>. Q. ( 9". ae^o )— e 1 ggstj ^q^i qsS*— 

SaHchana 1. Act of storing or hoarding. 

Ji^^:^^ ^ I (^ qgjft)— GSIIO 091—2. Hawk. 

m'^9^ [^— e?^fgiQ8 oiggi, agi^Q ©g^gs 
^''^Tsf 9d I 9Q«€R. gal® 1] GQ. ^^-c?. ggql) 
(ggiiisi— aoi psi. ga) qgi^gi^ i^^q); G^igjT ^19. 

^'^^S^tfl QGfi)— 1. Habitually hoarding or 

^'^ra )C<^e|tQAr storing riches or articles for 

future use. 
g^ia— 6Q. 9. («. gsj^o)— g^i^ ( GQa ) 

SaHchani Sanchaya ( See ) 

" :flp^ ■ GQt 5^^ — t 1 ^15»— 1, Stored, j J. 

^*^ ^©'iQSi— 2. Settled^ fixed, 

• I ^"^O^© — 3 Arranged. 
€iil€il— €Q. 9« 6«J. <3,1 — 99i^©l€!^l ^1— A woman 
SaHchani ^^^^^tf^'fl given to hoarding, 

^'H^ ^^^oft (331^ ^1^, ^miin — ^^, ©^) 

Sancbaaa Gfl'sQ 9a1j. fig Itfi— Hawk, 

Sanchajya A sort of vedic sacrifice. 

Sanchara Q©— 1. Moving; motion, [gj— ^(©i 
«^' e^lQ« 9Q«' %qQj ©» Gi3© ai©5Q. 

(+©Qa.a)— q9Q;G9IQ.9(^— 2, a bridge, 
• I ( +a^OQ^. a )— 99-3. Way; pass- 
age; road. -G I (+^9. a) q°^qgi^ g^- 
q|©?Q '^€n9Q$ 0»n«—« 4. Transition of a 
planet from one zodiaoal sign t<y 
another, * [ Q^ — 5- Increase; growth. 
5? [ $^1Q^6. Expansion; diflfusion; oir- 


^SiQO 


( r°^r^ ) 


Qti<3r 


culation. p \ g^Q©— 7- Difl&calfc pre- 
dtoamenfc. r j «q; *5J8«;©9Q— S, Trouble; 
calamity, e i aeigQQQ — 9- Leading the 
way, \o I 6^s^©«> — 10. Exoiting^ 
urging; instigating. ti\ €lQO;oaiC)^l gsf 
.—11, Causing to move, ^j I (+ QQ^. 5; 

Qies) g#?ll? — 12. A gem on tbehoodofa 
venomous serpent, ^.ii (+gQ g-.) q*^q^. 

a^fl^ — 13- Infection; communication 
"by contagion. €Q, ©— ^ I aej^l; qqiq 
e^aGQ flgiS^l qjS— l. Covering^ platino- 

£IQ*i 010—2. The introductory tunes 
^'^rrc of a musical instrument. 

[q— qQCP ^l« 8 aQf QSIQ«J eerq 4 
-ggiQ^— 3\©,g?, (-afl^+oQ tii® §o§ «jq y(^+- 

Sancharaka Q^,ag)— «. i $g|Qo_i, Spread- 

(^SIQ9I— ^1) ing. 3 I 9*»«iq«— 2. Contagious; 

infectious. * I c^a*; 13191 «©•»% QQ ©Q-0 — 

3. Moving; causing motion* ^ i aei 

QQ^g — 4. Leading the way^ guiding. 

SaBcbara jlbl +«§. qg-, ^ q|. ^.g) — 
(9915) S)§<a— q1) 1 I AQfiJiaa ^1, Having 
taken shelter or refuge under, y \ 
*3 €11993 9^93195—2. Fallen into 
misfortune or danger, 

Saficharapa ^^s^j— 1, Act of moving* J \ 
^SIQ (eQfii)— 2. Sanchara ( See ) 

Sanchara phala ^^q^ era— Good or bad 
results happening (to persons born under 
different zodiacal signs or to the world) 
as the result of the transition of 
different planets from one sign to 
another, 

[^— Si9 qSiQ STft ^^15 99' os« €Qfll I] 


SaHchlrika ' e | goj gai^i — 1. A pair^ couple. 

(g^iQQ— q") 5 I *5SI— 2. A procuress, en 1 qi^- 
3. Scent- smell. ^ | Ql^— 4. The air> 
atmosphere. q% ®«. q]— .^gisjsQ gjlfi^^* — 
Feminine of Sancharaka . 

Qai^^l— 9*. 0. (e^Q'*©)— 9'*3aqi »iq» a^lP qo— 
SanchSrini A kind of fernj Maiden-hair fern, 

(«Sig— 1^9sl) [<^— <}?i Q9( QSQ <Sqi QiS)^ a9 

Feminine of Sanchari. 

SanchSrita v ( Q©5©J q©Q — Caused to move 
to and fro, i \ 9©^©; e^iQls^®— 
- (gg!€)©[— ^1) Rocked. 

g9!€JQI— GQ. $—( g' q»Q )— gSrlQO QQOI3 ^^IQ 
SanchSriba QQ^I — To diffuse; to spread. 

i«Pt^^^ ^55Tiir (q— €iflQ o q9Wcr aq© ggic^ 1 

Sanchatibhsba qa© a^gi^ S^SSJ g«|^ q^ ^<3)-_ 
q?l?(15|?» (CQSl) — Saocharibhaba (Sae) 

gaiq— ff, ©ai. g*-(gfl^4-©Qyi9.+©§» Qoj ^cii ^o) 

, Sanchari « I 9§Q€ialQ— 1. Walking, 5ta©ab 
(QSrrQ^l- %1) 2, Moving. • I agiqlj QW^Q€ite— . 

3. Temporary} passing; fleefeing; subject 
to change, v | ^g|ei«ilQ^-4. Expand- 
iag. ♦ J aog© (9A6QI€l) — 5. Adventi- 
tious; casual, a. Q— ^ I 9SiQI QQ (epg) 
SaRchari bhaba (See). > ( «R— 2. Air 
-p I ti^— 3, Incense, v | (gg^Q) q]^ q( 

€«!<?€«, q€rl®6Q ^1 SQ6Q gGgSJ v 601^ 

9^^;^ o^^Q QiQ «i9g^ €»ctq oQ^icit oiq 

4. The third of the four parts of a song 
^ ^'^R^T or musical air. £^^ ^ ^-j- 

©Cl — A female go-between. gQ, ^gi «». 
^?r«l4ttt h'^T^)- ?SQ^9I^— Moving; 


-^iig ^9 


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walking to and fro. (6^ — ©i^ aCScQCji 

©5s ggi^— 9g€*9 f'^W©* Qq^ I) 
^^SlQ QQ— g* © [Q— qqig e^Gfij -o <5Q qq 9t ^^E\Q- 
' -Sancharl bhaba q^* aQlQ aiQdi' 06Q I] ^ | 

«^ ogiiqH Q«i€iq^ Q^" — Some fleeting 

n" al conditions resultittg from 

seatiments { in literature )• C Q^ — 

q©«i ©GQ e^ia oi'sift ^9 e^iaaio i 
ai*^^ ^^> gif 9Q^ <^ ««i!^ ^«> as I Qia«^*»- 

Q^SQ fci©5 «©;, €»5P, 9^ ©, ©Q*', sqQit q«I9l 

Sancharlya Q»^q<S!li^— Communicable by 

contact; contagious; infectious. 

SaSchSlana 1, Traversing, s I qcsQ, 

( Q^|©©> ^«l«?, g^i«l— ^^ ) ©aiq©!^ — 

2. Causing to move. <n | p^joi qg^; 

6<3|QiQ9l— 3. Causing to move to and 

froj rocking^ 

■SiSlftl— 9'. Q ( ^fl,+ ©ft. ai^+«>|, a + ^1 €k )— 

SanohSlI q^®i3 Q!QS— The black— tipped 

red seed of Abrus Precatoriup. 

Rocking; causing to move, 

il^Sfl— GO. Q€). qf ( g\ Q«i^1 )— e I Q^i^alQ — 

Sanchia 1. Hoarding.-? | ^0tf)~2. Miserly^ 

(gal, 9e«fi)— ^1) ^?p^l^i^ ^'^?i^ 

Sanchiki(chi)sbu ^ ) — ggq QQ91^ Qg©— 
[ «aQ(©l)9l — Q ] Wishing to hoard up or 

heap up* 

:«g9X<i-3, ^^ (q?*.+ sa di^+Q9iGef «q+«| ^)- 
Sanohiksbipsu 9*633 QQQi$ a€i(dl<s1— * 

(«l5fl1eQl— 9) Desiroua of abridging. 


eg©— 9I€Q. ( 3a«ftgQ ) 0— sop©-, flig^©©— 
Sanchit Somersault. ( <?1V9!^— 3|«i^ 9IQ?>r) 

g^^_qo^ ©a ( qq+€) di^+Q^- o )— ?. I 9*»qga— 

Sancbita 1. Collected. > \ g€il^®; <!9$il^® — 

2. Heaped up; hoarded; accumulated. 

5i^^ 6Q- 9«— ^ i «©9!90 — 1. Placed; station- 

«"ft?r ed. [ Q— g^iG- Q(;« aqiQjsa i osy qi® 

«11fi!^ 2. Nurtured. [ g^— (^ge® 95© qiq gp— 

qrfe?r ©oftiei qg^s* 1 ] ^\ g^^ — 3. Created 
''^ fsiT aoe<5>— ©aaia- qqqo i ] 

Sanchita dhana Hoarded wealth. g^ Q^, g» 

( Q<JQ^^ ) — sae^' QM$ y» qaq 0Qa§ — 
(3'©®yffi — ^1) Having hoarded wealth, 

Sancbiti Q©:Q9! ( ©^G<?l'a )— 1. Arrangement 

in layers. J I ggQ ( Q^UGQIQ ) ^QI — 

2. Stringing together. 

Sa5chitr» Salvinia CucUata ( plant ). 

Sanchintita ©^iq^ — Vary anxious^ [ q — 

«^© q^RQ^Si 1 Q9G€J G<a>IQ S§§>© — 

> I ( +9^® ) gfl^fC^^ ©§>©— 2. Well 
thought of. 

Sanchintya OGQ Q^^nli^ — Deserving to be 

( «t^«iq — aQ*)^a ) thought of carefully. 

€If ^l — GQ, ^ (qq^+© til®) <!. I ^Si^ «Q^I — 1 "^o 
SaiLchiha store up; to hoard. 9 I Q3I9QQI- 
^IRS^I s'^^TC^m 2. To guard; -to protect. 

Q^IQ^i; 9^91 — 3- To store up with care. 
■» 1 9|«9l3 69,991 — *• To maintain. « ^ 
«»?l«OQQI-5.To build. (Q— eg 9Q Oqi fll^j 

©QttieJj QQ90) 9 I if 9Q«I— 6, To 
^^5l^?rt ftR[F'?r«^^ create. ( €}— ©gjQ 9^«l 


( r*>» ) 


2&i^<^: 


m\^^ 9Q9I— 7. To preord^ain, (6J— 

Gseo QQ I — QCiftia gap© ) r i sq^q 

QgQf — 8. To cherish ia memory, (q — 

«f«— 6Q- «« (^» «!«»)--<?. I g?©—!. Hoarded; 
Sanchila gathered npj I «!q— 2. Created. (^- 

<| QQGQ I— 9QQ)a QQ90) ( 

Q^Q eO—GQi «— QISO Qt^i-A person who has 

SaHchila jana heen maintained or hroaght 

*tlf^^Uf^ ^f«I^SC5Tf^ tip by another. (€J— ^^ 

•Ssncbila dhana Hoarded wealth hoard* 

SanchQrnnana <^vi — 1. Pulverising (Apte)^ | 
QlfQi; qopi— Crushing; bruising. (Apte) 

SaRchetabya ^ | a^s^ OQQIQ GClCi'tJ 9g® 

^^^^ IwcMon e^^iCi eaici*)-!. Fit to be 

QSi^<ai^ J ^ stored. 31 3gi5»t— 2. Collect- 
able; fit to be collected or gathercd- 

Sanchodana (efl,G0l9)—Sendingi deputing. 

3@i {al0 — *a% (9ff€?y»^— afl^G^^il — To be atta- 
SaSj (root) ched to; to stick to, 

€Iii(») — ^. ©• (qq^=gfll«» ^sa + QQ ai^=9^OQ0| 
Satija (Bjba) 4-OQ^* 9^ QW9 ^IQ 351^ ^^ 

1. BrahmS. ^ | 89j «^l€«>«>— 2. &iba. 

^*t«?(^) «Hq*='S'l«— 1. EveniDg; nightfall. [^ — 
^TJfi ©-^1 ^»Q »Q(^l9 Qia^ ACS €rt Wl€0 

-g8QSI-"2^ A wick lighted and set in the 
5ftt^C^)l( evening a^d dedicated to a Dejty.gQ, 
eWfif : iffi— 9«^tQlftlQ— Pertaimng to or 


happening in the evening. [ ^ — 9® 

^jqQ qq §ig SiQig ( g^a^. 3Gp1© Q 

aift(Q)©— GQ. 9. ( 3'. ^©«ii+ag^o )— a^^i 

Sanja 51a(ra)ti gqj^SQ 6QS>®!(3- Q^ SIGQ P^«Q- 

, i^cra WI^'V The ceremony of waving lighted 
wicks before idols in the evening, 
gfi 9Q9I — eQ, © — 9® ^9IQ9| ( GQ« ) 
Sanja kariba SaBJa bu^aibs ( See ) 

Sanja ghanta(nta, nti) asi© gqs^GQ OftjQi? 

^'^%1 #^^TEi'HT ©OgGQ ^ClQ^i Q^I— Gongs 
sounded in the evening when lights are 
waved before Idols 


<i3Q— GQ. « C^'- 9«tl ^)— Q^^i qia (eQ«) — 
Sanja dipa Sandhja dlpa (See) 

Sanja deba ©q^i ^cj egtq^l — To set a 

^^Cire^ sf a^^ lighted wick in the 

evening by offering it to the Deity. 

(6^ — g©Qfl q^^l6«)G» GQl^KJ 9»®l 91© tit 

ol^i^q^l a»ftGQ g® Q<!— ersiQGqi<5>»- a ^^i^' 

ao^Q I ) C 2— ^©*<l6QGO GQQIft^GQ^ 

qiQalo^q qG«j ^^lo" qgq, ^o^c? qi^i- 

(J«GQ C§ q^Q aG©i© gG©!^GQ, ©G§9©8 

e^GQSnSQ ©«i€II<l I] 

Sanja dbupa GQi^S^I^' S^e^eQ CI9® G^Q 6 

7rt<=^*i mrsfi^ £©I, ^^9 S^©— Worship 

and offerings ol food and incouse to 

an Idol aiter evening; evening service 

of an IdoK 

9 8i^a,G©^l— GQ, Q <ft- £©H! + ^^-f69fi)— ««*lld^a- 
SaSja dhupa besa GQGfl GQQq^Q G@g^| 

^n ^t*nj c^ sbiq^i^w G9a @<aiiai<3— 

The dress put on an Idol for the even-- 

ing service* 

Safijana QfiQ*— 1. Confining; binding. 

3 \ «^iO — 2.0ccurren(»i meetings 


Qft^g 


( ro^^ ) 


9S fi5€Il(G€l)Q9> 


SaEja bati Sandhja bati (See) 

Sanja bati lagiba aQQSQ, q9SQ Ql '^Q^V 

[gii^eifiiai(CQ)Q9)— ^qi^g] ©a^i Qoa ©cia^!— i. 

Offering of lighted wicks in the evening 
in temples and houses before idols. 
9\^^\ -^^SiLG^q; ^©fl— 2, Lamplight; 

nightfall. 

Sar^aba(ma)na ao) — o^8€Ilo; QQaqQ^«1 q<^* 
e^^)^— A suite of four houses facing 
one another built on the four sides of a 
quadrangle, 

S8nj8ba(ma)Di pura(ri) The abode of the 

5i^^^^ ^'arr* God of death. 

SaSjabanlpura patha(the)iba F^^^^^i^ aO'QQI; 

To kill (a being) 
(^-,€SiQ qaflio^ S9IQ €i§9Q, €K3aQ 

Satija basa(se)iba Qq>W^^^ Q^^^GQ, 

qqqi — To Set lighted wicks before 
Idols or Talsi plants in the evening. 

[q — q^Qg eQQSilQ' SIQSQ QaiQQl G9GQ 

fllOC?Q qO'iSOlflQl 9Q^ <!*? «?^ ^ aaQl-Sl- 
qiQQ' oia €$©IS6i QQ GflaiGQ a^6q>«>©W 
9ig qi^o GWI9IQ giaoi «>€i§) i a®<i^ "g^ 

ggiG^ ?1» QQGQGfi fliqGfl ^d5S"€<?5>©lC^'9!« 
aia-d^^C^I Gis^^^lQia^ O^ €g?jGQ SIM 

€!^ Q dqcTft giaoi M^ i <m^^ ''^^P 


ga ^©(G©«)— GQ. © (g\ q©*fi + 6VQi)— G9«$9; 

Sanja burda(bela) g®=l|SQffl— Nightfall; sunset* 

>[k^c^t ^ftijtc^l ^fhrarrsT ( e^— asGQft^ o® 

dl 9^®!(G?)Q9I G9, 9.— V I 3S1I 695i|Sl Qa9§(1 

SaSja buxda(rd?)iba ©IQQKI eol^t ©1^ 

'i^rt ^W=^ Ogj^i— 1- To do any work till after 

^Jli^^m evening. 5 1 g<S'1!©IQ agOI-^Q «Q ©!* 

OQQIQl ©3?i, oQ9i^2.To delay a work 

till after evening. * ! ftiS-MiWI^ GOfilGQ 

91 -^aGQ ^9IQ9l — To immerse the 

wick to be lighted in the evening^ 

in''oil or ghee. 

Qii §^Q!— GQ. 9.— t. I fl(S'^ie«'0 G<gi?>|— The 
SaSja burdiba coming of the evening; nigbt- 
mrt ^«^ fall. ^ 1 gt^^flOlQ «i31» €991 — 

^'•^^^'tcrin 2. It being past evening. 

QSiq— €!•. Q. Q!fl— a«» q^i d«g^s3r fl?it— Name 

Safijaya of the minister of the blind King 

Dhtutarashtra, who narrated the story 

of the great battle of Kurnkshetra in: 

all its details to DhTutarasbtra. 

[^ — G9lw (S 91^93 i*?i3' fliiJGQ ©91Q 6 

q<s» ft a«9i aici '^^^ 9§ GO^iil «?s) Qff«- 

^GQIQQ 6^lQ?!Gi5 I ^'fUGQq*'? ^Qi^ G3 

99S^^ QQiSa q96fii yogq^Q" ©5s6Q 
9§»i 9^?ie^ <3^ sfl^^i^lo ^915? (€^09^:;- 

filQi) ^sq§s^ Q^^iSffii I q^^ €'?»'' 63. 

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mi\ C^«^ _ ef^^?ft5fni5n lamp after nightfal)| 


J9*9 


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SaSja ISgiba JLampIight; the lighting of the 
I^C^^II ^n^dtsi^RF evening lamp after dusk. 

■«1 €I©fQ — SQ, ^— g^il 6 giQlQIft — 

Sanja sakaia Morning and evening} day- 

n tW^t^r, I^Tt^^H 5lf¥Fg^5 break and dusk. 

€[@i qQiQ(e9) — eqi, §. 9^1— gao» q^ica (^ 

SaBja sak5la(lc) g@i(l€96« — In the morning 
^"t^^C^r ^f:FT;s?f^ [and evening daily. 

Sanja aciljfllfij 69® {^Q\^ 699)— A she-goat* 
*r««^^ gl^® G?iQa!<j; ©5)— t 1 ©^q oqq $]9^t 

©9— 1. Contract for paymaat of reat 
in kind fixed beforehand (i.e. before the 
crop is harvested) and payable | to the 
landlord by the cultivator in lieu of cash 

rent. 5 I g®| geii giq ^^^\^<Si Qgi:»£i%a 
QQ — 2,"' Stipulated produce-rent set- 
tled or previously fixed; reat-in-Hnd 
paid by the cultivator to the landlord, 
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SaEjSi ^ea Q<f«l ^©^'I — The evening perso- 
I^XI C^^, ^^rl ?It^ nified as a Deity. [sj~ 

Sanja kabuliya(a)ta QQisa- eci^ GQQI 0^93^— 
"^Wi ^^fs^'S A written agreement executed 
^^m^ ^fSiq?r by a royat in favour of the 
landlord for payment of rent-in-kind. 

Safija kariba g|q* ©qc?IQ QScr (g9l) 09 OQ®l 
'TW ^^1 1. To contract with the landlord 
T'R^ f^<=I^MT to pay the ' estimated rent-in- 
kind^ y \ q^) eip^i GQ^IQ Q^ ©q 
S^^QlSjqfO!^ (g©) 9%l €091— '2. To take 
lease of a Sanja-rent-paying holding. 
*» I g@l «©^1 6Q9IQ Q^'eQ ©fl'QIQG' 

ti€^9|— 3. To hold or cultivate a hold- 
ing on SaEja-rent. w i g®;l €0^01 ( G9« ) 
4 SatTja dekhiba ( See ) 
daieiQ^i— 6Q. ©— ©5eQ ejQfil ^ti'^fi* ®Q ^Q® 
Sanja khajana ©?Q1Q(^ OQQ ®0^I © GQa 

^"W '^iWI ©?<5>i€iff 9^© 8^ ^i^'^is;© s^ a©iaiql 

JISF^n erg«i9 Gagf S^V^l ©IC QEI^— Rent- 

in-kind payable to the landlord by a 
tenant on the estimated value of a 
portion ( generally half } of the crop. 

€lS)i ©§Q1— G©. ^ — e^l fe)^^!— To hold land on 
SaEja chaehiba the Sanja system. 

«i8il q(9ii)9— GQ. ^— «- 1 ©?r©iGifi? g@i <s\9€\\ e©©i 

Sanja cha(ta)sha q^GQ ©q@©! «}€ — 1» Cultiva 
>rt^1 b1^ tion of land on Sanja rent- > | g®| ©9 
JR^^J ^gW ( GQei ) — 2. Sanja jami ( See ) 

m\ 95— G*^, ^ — a©! Ga^ <Si,q^ 9^ aiQ ©q ©IQG^ 
Sanja jami oqq fifc^l QQQ^GQ 9^1 QSI^ — 

jfl^l^fsj A holding for which Sanja (rent-iu- 
Tism^ 5r*ftl kind) is payable by the cultivator. 


' SaSjata ©»©; gj^ni — 1. Born^ produced. ^ | 
.?l(g^l©)— %1) 919 (p^6©19)— 2, a^t; attained. 

Sanjata «»» ffil^ii^ ( <^^g )— 1. Belonging to 
^^f^ one's own caste. } I gq©!®^ 9h^— 

^3fTcft 2. Belonging to the same caste. 

Qll Q©9I— GQ. 9~^K I ^i fi^eilQ^I^ ©<3© ^^^ 951 
Sanja deba «|©^ISSi a©li3;_ fis^ ©Q^l 91 a|l 

^'t^l C5f«^, 6©QI— 1. To let out a holding to 
^*1^1 f^f% ^^t a cultivator on Sanja-rent. > ( 

• jT?r«5rq^5rT m\ yi© ©^©!Q«; ^^'% gq?>i — 

2. To pay the fixed rent-in-kind to the 

landlord^ 
qSiI yQQl— G©- ^"— ©S'qIGIQO!^ G^tfi^ 9^^ q«l 
Sanja dhariba eiQ^II GQ©I% ©$ ©Q ^9 ©Q5I — 
sf M^ ^^1 To hold a land on Sanja rent, 

Tra'^q «R^5rT ( siiG© aQ©i— s©i^a ) 
311 di© — 6©, Q— ^®i ei©^i^Ga ©fl*©!Gi(^G©q yi©— 

SaSjS dhana Paddy payable to the landlord, 
^W{ ^t^ by the cultivator as Sanja or 

JT?r^'7 5^R rent fixed ia kind. [ © — <i^aQ ggl 

qsi, «®i fll§a, SSI G©i»ai 9i§;r 99 eiQ 

^<i i] 

e8ilQ(^)— G?€©. ? ( sri. q§(er^ )— e i tj^i, gqg? q . 
Sanjapa(ba) a??Q ygiCQ ^QQ ©g9?l ©316} g^ 
51^R ^'5lTO ^S ©I Hf — 1- Thin border sewn to 
a garment or quilt. ^ | 601^1© qqsq 
©g[99I QQftI f^€ll3 CI^Q — 

2. Lining put below a dress, 

ggii 9% 1(^0 — g©. ©— e©i^^ ^m g©GQ qS" q^ ©9©i 

Sanja pata(tta) €^afi^i9G© ©fl^QISi^S) a©|(? efiit 

3i't^-( ^§t G©©l a^I— A written lease granted 

H^'3«1 131 to a royat on a fixed rent-in-kind 

by the landlord , 

g9l— GQ, ^ — <^m QQ© ( GQSI ) 
Sanja praja Sanja raita ( See ) 

€>Q — G©. ©— 9ii,l ©3 ( 6©ei ) — 
Sanja bila SaHja jami ( See ) 

( ^m %^9 ^^1 G©i©, m\ G«i©— si©i^9 ) 

Q^l ©R— GQ. ^— 9filQ^©©© s? Qgl "^eGQ fiiQIQ©! 
SaSja bili 9i G©9I — The leasing out of land 

^Tt^I fhf^ to a royat on a Ssed rent-in- 

?R^rq 5nn?r kind. 


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S^Bja bila Ua(dha)riba pSQiGiQ-OI^^ G09I — 

5i'l??t^ ®ft ^TQ^t To take on lease a royati 

Tiq^fq ^- T ^sud on fixed rent in kind, 

Safija bnaga aq«!Q a*9 — 1. The portion of 
jf t®1 ^^ the produce of a holding payable 

IH^T fe^l to the landlord or reut in kind. 
> 1 «^l €i«^i 6 dsqei "SQ^i— 2. Fixed 
produce rent and half the actual pro- 
duce payable as rent. 

SaSi% rai(e, ya)ta gq" ^g Q^?]<5>1 ^®] — A royat 

yfl^'j ^^ or tenant holding land from a 

flSC^'T'^'ra landlord on a stipulated rent in 

kind. 

iBanja rai(^^ ya)ti Relating to a tenant paying 
^*T^1 ^^fe stipulated rent in kind, gQ. 9 — 

The right ol occupancy accruing to a 
tenant holding laud on stipulated rent 

in kind, 
gill QSKea^QQi— €"?• 9 —mi ^^ QQ^\ ( GQ^ ) 
Sanjai laga(ge)lba Sanja bili kariba (See) 

gSiQl-QI' ^ < «- ^^'^l ) — '^ i ^^3 Q®*'!—!- Evening; 
SaSjia ^'1^ =a!^ nightfall. 

CJf^B?^ 3 I 9§l«eii 9^^9; g^^fl^a— 2. Wick 

^jl^q^ lighted in the h.^use or before a 

DeitT in the evening, 

gid^— a. ®«» ( ^^.+^^ ai^+Q9iGa qQ^4-^ )— 

Sanjigbiukshu g^^ QQ*|(^ Q^O— 

(QgCfti — P) Desirous bf accepting. 

Sanjihlrsha «9IQ «QV1% Qfii ^^5l^H-q9, «4. 
^)— 39;q Q^QIQ fi^l — Desire to slaughter. 

SaSjibirshn (?|. 6$)— e9lQ 0€)«l* Q^^®"" 
Desirous ol destroying or killing. 

Sa'njiba QIQ9IQ1 (^«l.6gi9)— Restoring to life, 
(^^6*l€l) — 1. Restoration to life, 5 | 


OQ© QG€19 ; (G^^ QG©) — 2. Name of a 
hell according to the Buddhists. 

SaEjibaka «QOQI<?»|Ql; ga qa ^P'lSfiJ QSfQ 
(?Sl'sl-"«Q'*Qa) 8IGQ— Restoring the dead to 

Sanjiba karani SaRjibanT ( See ) 

SdBJibana vi ©?fi'Q^I; aQ©QqQQI— 1. Anima- 
ting; reviving of life, > I a© QIO Q€^Qi; 
Q^'51 €1§ GQ9I — r- Infusing vitality. « | 
^fl*»Q^ .g©lGQ Qiei dlQ^ { 9^S«H9 )— 
3. Living excellently. « I ?^ «Q^ qy^ 
^W®fl {fl§ is!r«) — 4i. One of the 21 hells 
according to Manu, e. $«. go (+Q^' 

(9^l9ga— ^1) g©sgig— 1. Animating; reviv- 
iog; infusing vitality. ? i q® ^^f)$ Q|9|, 
^§ arfo — 2. Restoring life to the 

dead; resusciatioa, 

S>ajibaui ©g'qQIQ CQ1 C>1 ^3^—1- Anything 
which restores the dead to life. 5! QQ^ 
5?Q1|gsGGi qaai^l 9t €^G0 — 2. The art 
or lore by which the dead is restofed 
to life. (^— q®l€?ffl ^Qii^oeQ 4© q®, 

^QO. SIQ 1) 

g^lQca q.Q(Q)— ^- 9-Q^gp> aaias^— The abode 
Sanjibani para(ri) of the God of death. 

Sanjibani sudha sqd-Elixir of Hie. 

gil^qs— ^^ ^^ (gq+91^ al^. iOi a^iiiSH- 

Sanjfbayishu Q^IgV, g»,+^) -a^'-ft «iag^!« 

(Qto^Sl-9) QiJ? -Desirous to restore 

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Sa5]u5 1. Relating to evenings 5 I t©^eC^G;j 
C^V^.^^V^^ a^^lj g®'!<?l«1©— 2, Happening 
^tT(WfjT at dusk. €«?. $— «® (eQS)— S nj^* 

(See) 

SaEju(Hio)g(p,t) Q1©9 — I- A^rHogement. 5 I 
Jl^^t QaosetQ gga CltQI 2. Collection of 
3^^ materials; keeping the materials ready- 

2. With the Oiateribls collected and 

liept ready. 

fl^Q— 3. «? («flJ-«;W)— t I «^0-l. Great heat. 

Sanjwara ^ ^ i QGQS t^€; — 2, Eighfever. 

ggg I* 

^?iH!(aHi)--9UQ (sj-g^Hi)— tS (C©€1) 

*" SaSjya(Ejhy8) Safija. (S?e) 

gt,(y^)-^— i I a^'a ccj^n—l.To divide into 

Sat (root) parts. 5 I C^-sf© G9<i'1— 2, To be cut 

or riven. *" 1 E<fi^9 ^1 »cr €9^!— ?. To 

be a part or limb of. 

Sat-kaia 

Sa<sa)t-kinll(ni) ^qiQftQ^g— 1. Suddenly, by 
3=1%^^C^, l^t^ emitting a cracking sound. 9 | 
BI^ 901©— 2. Suddenly. <n j &gO-3, Shortly. 

Sai-cbalisa(9i) SatPcbaHsa/See) 

^tJ8€5€i(€i)— GQ. ^ <^ ^^— «i<'9 a (€Q«) 

Sat-tirisa(si) Saifitrisa, (See) 

1. The manes on tbe leck of lion or 
horse. ^ lQ€fi?©feh"2. Matted hair of j 
sages, • ( QQflS^ dGqfia—^' "^^^ aerial 


roots of banian tree. '^ I §eil — 4. Flame. 
» I ©O3 Qfill — 5. Crest; a tuft ol bair on 
the crown. ^ | QQ?© ^Cr— €• Mctintain- 
peak. 9 I t^i; QQQiGO 91 5'^tfiQ!SO q^ 
■ ^S6Q Q^^€?l Of gi OQ© -7 Pigtail 

grown on the head. 

Satar-seB €1Q g^^J^I ^|0Q <I^^©I€J ^Q 0| 

S<3QQI— A wooden contrivance or 

plaything tied with a string and 

producing a simmering sound. 

Sahara Q^ oicnc? qecp QI^IQ^^vi 'g^iiMjfgl- 

SglSQa^j|*31Q'*S) — A person wearing the 
feather of the Era bird and beads and 
accompanying the Nag5s in the 
pantomines (saijata) of Puri town 
[q — <|g|€Q §0l ^QIGQ alo QIH^ | ©91Q 

ssaes):6Qiftai^l ^qqsQ <!^aQ c^e^is^i 

Satanka 3191Q. 05^^ )"-^9; e«€i'?i— 

Lion, 

S 4ankfng)kina(ri) 1, Suddenly; abruptly^ 

(a*»*^*oi — aoiqs) ^ I ^fcii 69IQ Rn^^GQ — 
^jI^^ HI^ 2. In straight and long 

manner; straightaway; straight- 
forwardly 

Sdtat.p Pata^op (See). 

Satabata gqaiQ^?! ( ^4) — (act) Done clum- 
sily anyhow, e^. @ — QC-'Q^ — Inveigl- 
ing. 

g^lfl — Q'GQ (fi^^JEfi) 9— q^g Ql^— An office jaua 
S:itam (carriage). 

Satala Lion. 

S9(^)— «. ©— €lil (GOSl)— 
Sati{ti) S4i [See). 


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Sdtlka glOlq^— 1. Aaaotated, j Ifli^^v 

Q^— 2, Joined with or furnished with 

remarks Or Dotes. 

Saten Coughing during meal, 
«I*^(&I|^— a — t I Sia!i.q«?i-1, To kill. j\ ^'gigQ^i 
Satt(root) 2, To injure. 

Sattaka Qe^©© Oi^^CSiig— A sort ot 

drama iu 'Prat<|uta' or ancient Yulgat 

language cf li:dif[ c— o^jQCi SeQ€l«> <§ 

<]?|Q COr^lO «©&©! QlflGQ S*^l© — 

«?^fe«.9 I] 
-CI«|— GQ. 9 — aCl^q 9QQI «€;9!^^ ^wssta — 
Satta (^^) Speculation on ad-vance eoctract. 

Sath(root) To ebeat; to deceive. 

Satha (etc) Sa^ba etc. (See) 

«IO! (Q®^«?) — GQ- ^^ e I «OI QSHiO (€Q€i) — 

Sa^ha (etc) 1. Sha^ha etc. (See) ^ | QOI QO*tiO 

(tQ*) — 2. Satha etc. (See) 
«IOl(GO)QQI— SQ. ^-«;SCi<?l— 

Sa-Jha(^he)ib» To inveigla, 

CIOi«l<(G9)— SQ, ^ <i ^^ — <15€1«> 9lC-<3— 
SathSsae(he) One hundred and sixty. 

Sa^hasa^hi Inveigling, 

€l69— 'GQ, M— t I ( Po. Q^l© ) — 9ilQ (GQ«1)— 
Sathika 1. SatTka(See). j \ ( ^c. 

{ 69C©;— Qeg® )?.Certain *>^ I «^^— 3, Correct, 

^6© clQ€}(«q,IQ)— €<?. ©. (c«.^ei9€i6i e^® gcqo)- 

Sathika khabara(saml&d&) ^ i gs>^qQg «5|,Q- 

3j§|^ 4f^^ ^^ ^Rt 1. Correct or true 

news. 9 1 q§esQ §^§^2. Detailed 

newa- 


igol— ^*. 0— fitsi (eQfii)— 

Sathi Sati (See). 

6<5. ^— 90l Q9'*!0 (6Q«)— Shathi etc. (See) 

^9,©Pl(©)— €q», a— q&^S'Pt (S9«i)~Sat-kltia fS.^e) 

Sard-kina(oi) [q — qn^91€i6Q gS^ d eg. ep QauSQ 

g9iQ^«oi(®\g9io«o;(©)> ;|i glQ'Of 

«?>I9IG€) I] 

^ar§-bi palama QQQtaiQ* qi?a O^QI Ge€Qlf — 
Flat earthen ftying pan used in 
preparing panctike or chaknli and 

bread roll, 
9® (q) qO^'IQ— SQ. ^€1— a9(©) QQMQ (GQ5t) — 

Sarda(r^a)etc ' ^arda(E^^) ^^^ (See). 

«19 (Q9*^19) — SQ © 6 ©^— Q9 Q9'*|9 (GQfil) 
S ' rda (etc) Sharda etc. (See) 

€i®o-GQ. €1 ( e. fl«o; QQtfil ) — ^ I q©Q!«i— 

^ ' ?S^^^ ^- Highway. > | q<^\ *-» 

51.5^ 5t^t ^^ 2. Road. «i I c$?l 

G91Cig9I 91 ^?€i g^l— 3- A. constructed 

road. [ Q^ — o €1Qq gg^ «0*« €lp Q'^fi^f a 

G9IQ Ga^*9^ fiQ «^^a '5<J Cg^Q^ q^ €)Q 

Q0O Ql|l(^)— GQ. « (<I©ia© 990Q) — ^ i <^ai ^9^ 
Sar^aka daDcla(pdi) 1. A long road- 

( ^9® q^l— a»%9 ) 9 I -g^Q- g»Qi5 — 

2, A roa^; highway. 

Q©Ql(CJ',Q'l) — GQ. ©^. <$ $ — €19^1 (cr^ai) (GQst) — 
S rdak8(n.]:a,nga) Sardaka (nga, nga) (Si?e) 

^9 OfGQ)QIQ(Q)— G?6Q« ^ ( eri. BQ WIS)^ ) — 
S£-rd* di(de)bala<li) 9©^ Q^^Elfi) ( SQC) ) 
(99 GQ^afi[fiii]— a^^qd) Sar-diualft (See) 

^99— GQ. Q — t I ( q. qQ9 ) 999 — 1, Road. J \ 

S T^apa ( g. SUff» = Oi«€ls) g(g^ ^| ^'iQS 

>f5l% c^fflTit-^ g,|Ciq <!«)gSi!Q Gia — 2. A sort of 

palm tree^Uaryota Cureas. [ q — <39| 

fl€; Gflisi I o^Q q^a'' 5)i§g€Q «pj) e©io 

70^ QQ ^<9l G9!ft9Q (Sta (^^ GBS^I GQ^t G9'Q 
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QlQt e^9 Qqaio t 

09^ 1 <$93l a9919Q Sa^GQ 8699 ^SQ 
CIQ G93ISl'<t I QQ9 6969 <]<9>tQ ^^^ Sl^a 
(ObI-) '9I^IQ 9Q gOI <^ Sq 9Q €I|£I^ I 

Ǥ <9i cttq^ SQ {;%oai9 9 G^ei^ q^9(9 
aes I] ' 

39Q G9ie(^ai)— 69. ©— g^a qs^ e^ga 9«u 9qi 

Sardapa koli(gua) ffo — Nut-like iruit of 
5|9j9t^5I ^^'^fef^Wf the Sardapa tree. (996 
WfKl<R9r SGft 69lt€9«) 

g§Q9 - 69- a {b9"»9^Sitfl) — M QlIJa Sll^i% ^ifll 
Strdis&rda Qffiq*fi® fijiQ^t (gai 91^, aetia ^©)'^ 
'!^l>i^ ^9^ 9|^Q fitlQ9lQ €19—1. The 
chuckling sound produced by eating 
9^^"^ ^'^^ watery food, j \ (2. «^^dl^=" 
€€{9 9Q91, «9aq G99I) 9^ G^9I al9eQ 
(€94> G£M^'6$9I9I mt 9391 QQ) 6999(9 
a«^ ^a; ^9 fl€i — 2, An uneasy and ach- 
ing sensation ie]t at the part of the 
, limb where there is a big sore or boii 

nf^S^ ^qs oruicer. * | eGV> 39 Q(? Qi 
^fiGQCI 9€J?19I ^5139 «?§9 GOSG^ gif ©!9i 
G^9 9€19I9 QQyi 91 qQQ Qi^ 91 o§_ 
3. A hankering after or itching for^ a 
thing which has once been enjoyed 
with pleasure; mental itching, v | 

51^^^ ?r^^ 9sa«flai69 9199 91 ^qiQi ©©« 

^q*^l G^tlQ 891 39 91 99tiQ 3931— 4 

The state of a looae or slimy thing 

»iVb>l^ ^K^K passing up and down a hole. 


» i 9939} 9999; 69<tt»6^ G9}^C' 
9R9I 9g qi«&.^l G9QQ a;^^%.Q; 9^^ — 
5. A oreepiog sensation felt in the 
body when a light thing passes over 
the skin. 9 i ^9$9^ a^®; ^9v 
a9^^^» Tickling or tingling sensation 
in the body. 9 j 99^a9^ (SQei)— T. 

Sar-aar (See) 
€I9€I9 S9^l— 69.^— (^l'^ *' ^ei) a©«q9aiQ9f9fq 

Sardi sa^» hebS G999! €991 — To ache with 
JTSTS^^ '^f ^ ' ^M T pain (said of a sore or boil). 

Cl^g^ — G9* 9«1— ^ I 9«q9— 1. Watery J\ <5^Cr( — 
Sardasar^i 2. Slack. • I C?!^?! — 3. Slippery- 
cW^CTP® n^Sir sli'iiy. If I ©Qq — 4. Soft, ♦ I 
ft?n ^on 993; ^^—5. Dry. 9 1 ©Q^ogq— 
^n^^J 'SntgrrafT 6. Clayey> muddy. 

991(01) (QQ^iO)— G9. 9^- €1^1 09W ( 69fil ) 
Sarda(r^a) (etc) Saida etc. ( See ) 

g9l(©l/€9; e©)Q\99*»i9)— 69. 9^919 93ifl«^ 
s/rda {^a, rge, r^e)i (etc) (e95)— §ar^5i 

etc. ( See ) 

Q9l(G9)Cl^l— 69, «'— €191991 (G9« ) 
S irga(rde)iba ^ar^aibS ( See ) 

g: €>: d:— G9€9. 9 ( 9'^<19. 9. 6. 9 '3)6999 ) — 
Sa: di; 0; 99©€^9Qfii^ aSa9 Q gig 2|5|Q,«^ 
^>l^, f^, ^. S. D. O; Sub-divisional Officer. 

q^;©"5»(CM, €r)~69- ©— «9cr(a'i) ( 69a ) 

S.r^!(r<^i)nga(nga, ngi) Sardinga(nga) (See) 

g: d: Ui- — G^e9, 9 ( q". <iq. ©. -051,9 «iiS9€)9 ) 

Sa:di:niS: !a99Q©Qfi5^ qi©6§S^9 ggg 9919 — 
-ii^f, f|. 4^ Abbreviation for Sub-divisional 
"W-^V*^ Magistrate, 

g^'OjQI— 69. ^"-^ I €1*91 ( G9^ )— 1. Sardiba 
Saxdi(r^i)ha (See), ^ i (QQ^ia) ©qq qS^gj^ ^i 

Q'*So m^ 9lflGQ 9 9CIIQ aOQiSQ 91 991- 
^SjftGQ Q^ 999q ^ai 9^ 9€?9I — 
(figurative) To rot^ to while away 
one's time without doing work; to idle 
>way one's life by keeping onesel 
away from public field of action, f 


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fl9^(©) — 6Q. Q [ 3- eGQl©! (s = 9P 10 + 69191 = 
Sardu(r^ti) §giTO^^)j «ei9I €!»*|ftl€^l©, (9*»l«1 
^K(?;5)^Mt « fl(«1 + €91© =©©190^' [Beames] 

One's wife's sister's husband. 
91 GQ9€]iq )Q ^919 9S?J9I 91§ Qg 

^a— q*. ('ei^i' W9 99fii qa^ Qi^l^s ^© aqsj 

Sapa *1qi)— €1^ (GQfi--)— Sa^a (See) 
m a%— €Q. 9* ( ^- S'fl + om ) — €!eR9ij €1^— 

Sana pata Flex of Sana hempj hempi hem- 

»t«l^ ^W§3?T pen fibres. 

««1 €i(Q)«- €©, a («. ^9 t)l^==W 9^91)— 

Sana bha{S8)na ^ I (yQHd*) ^le^ ^iq^i Q,€\q^} 

¥R3fiw 69991 a9g!j aiciSQ <jS* €^991 a92'J 
q^SQ ^tjl^ 3Jf^ gifi^ C99I 3921— 
1* The state of (food etc) being infested 
with fleae, maggots etc. y \ €91^9 
gi9GQ eo- 91 ^^1 aQ rQ9i a9gl — 
2. The Btate of a place being strewn 
■with mudj nightsoil or filth. v I 

69!^^ eQia 91 gic* €i€fiQ9i a^ai— 3. The 

state of a place being full of putrid and 
foul smell. [q — Q9I ^j Q|Q q^I q|? 
9^9^. ©e9Q q.9 3^<^^^ GQIsKl Q€Q 99l» 
9« fl 9"* ^l** G€ltQ«— ©191^1] GQ- ^^— 
[e^ Q(g)ifa— Slftl 9^ ^q] tl flg9!, 9^l5«5, 99!»l 
»f«i^«|j:'^ CIQ 9!Q 8€ (ai'S') — 1. (a piace) Full of 
filth, inaggots^ nightsoil etcj Fil- 
thy (place). 5 19© Q^flQ 210 — 

^ . 

2. (place) Full of putrid and fc«i 

soaell, 

Sanar manar Salu salu ( See ) 


Sana sOtra S ina satra ( See ) 

g«iti— G<?, 9— gi4'9i 9^3 m<^\ ( gqsi ) 

SantS The act of Santiba ( See ) 

Z'^^ C?f«^, ^C& CfTQ^I SQ- 9^—63'^! G9l3g9i — 

^jT ^T Mixed up thoroughly. 

Q^l(e«ii)Ciei -G9» «"— t I a^lQ?*! ( 69« )~ 

Santa(nte)ib5 1. Sapdaiba (See) ^ | giqT^f 

(G9a)— ^. Santiba ( See ) <o \ gi^^iQ 

Sq^ Q3 — 3. Causative of Santiba (See)' 

€1^— 9IG9. (^lOaC©) 9«— «}9S^— 

SiDtha Niggardly. 

g^^(^l)-G9, 9 ( ^. g*aiQ )— ^ I ^^^ ^€;i9M — 
Sapthana(na) l.Good conduct or deportment,, 
(g^ ^l_HigMqe) 9 I q^lQl— 2* Resp^ot; eti- 
5tf^5^«| quette, «1 qs^'tt a?|!j — 3* Well- 
§^T«ft arranged conditioa. «l qQ'l^g'SJ aQj!- 
4» Well regulated or equipped condi- 
tion, » I aQQitl) 91Q9.S*!— 5. The condi- 
tion of bein.'y methodical. 9 t ^Q^f^t — 
6. Fine arte. 5> I 91^91^*— 7. Fine 

[aa-Q^C^D, a^^^si— 5>a^3i] work, r i 9fi>i^^'ii- 

gldc>g«?a 9^ (flew —©9 a£?91, q^9 SQ?! 
QSniO) — 3, Acts done as a result of 

one'a proficiency in fine arts (e.g, 

paintin^, drawing ). GQ. 9^— "^ t 

^\^U ^^t=? q019a'®— 1. Orderly; methodical^ 

3g^T«ftgrT^ properly arranged. ? ( ^qq — 

2. Elegant. «n I R^IQiqg — 3. Respect- 

(^^^1, 9Qtfil— il) ^^^«- "^ I 99 <a;iis?ig)s q*9i- 

* — 

gj|.^ — 4, Well-behaved; conforming to 
the etiquette of polished society, « i 

G9^ «i§iaQ9l*l^Ga G9€l m §3^ 91 9G«— 

5, One who is elegant in the mode of 

dressing or sitting- 

Sanda 99«iq9- a^Q *19I ) — 9^ ( G^a ) 

Sanda ( See ) 
g§l(Gfl)Wl-«9, ?— 3©iq91 (GQa) ^ 

Sandg(nde)lba Sandhaiba ( See ) 

Q^,Qlle?G9. 9 (0*1/ m^^ )— 9»1 <»9fl9Q QiQ- 

Sapdfts ^M-^A pucca ground-privy. [ 5— 

^'l^f*t <igG9 S$«H «l@l GJQ 9991 e96« <5^Q 

^•gra GC119 9^91 ai^e^ ^<=i«S R^l ^1 3^^ ^^ 
®§9 9SQ ^9^\^ 91 a^i 9^ aiCi'JKJ I ] 


^gi€V 


( ro«« ) 


S© QQ^ 


Sandasi sf t^tf*f SandaSsi { See ) 

Sandisa Pincers^ pair of tongs. 

^9 QQ jaiQGQ a^Si— A kind of bird's 
flight consisting of alighting on trees. 

OI9 ©Iff, geiQfl €^^^1 ^i^l^ Olfl'9©l*% 

e^ae^iiQ, qsi® i ] 3. e^. g' — €1^^^ 
^giQCQ ^.9^1 ^sQiSiisQ ^9^?!^i (asl)— 

(bird) Flying from one place to a tree, 

Sanduasi 9;Q(^Q gQ!'^^ i3Q,Qeeg (al^l^l^; 

^'^dV aieQ)— A pair of pincers or tongsj 

pincers. [ Q;— ©q^^iQ ej^ 'jjQ? ^aij 

Sapduasa g^i q®i 9199 giq^i— The pairs of 

split bamboos which keep the sloping 

rafters of a thatched roo£ in position, 

Saipde ^m Q'% Sunday. 

Saiide iskul 91^ Sll^iifl Said" 2l9© Q^9IQa 

^0^"%^ ^%^1^ ^QM«^— Sunday school. 

Sandhia 51QI q|«i€l9lO(^ QQIq' Q^O CQI?* e€IIQ 

( ?4!^ goi— aoiqa) €i©eQ ^aS^! ©ioq ^^— 

Wocdea pins wedged in between the 
tennons and mortices of the pieces 
( arcs ) of the rim of a cart. [ Q— <]§ 

«fiiQ g<] 1 ] 
Sat «Q qfj tqi- 1Q,] — gff,6 ^1 — ^«!i «;!«*. 

^aq9 — ^eqa) tingj existent, > | qo*l — 


2. True. w | g^© — 3. Actual; real, 
■ff I qiti — 4. Honesty righteous, jk | ^^a- 
6. Good. 9 I ^^^ — 6. Excellent, 9 I 
Q€\^^7. Wide, ri iijQ— 8. Patient. 
t! I gQQj CaiCiO — 9. Beautiful. ^o| ©sj- 
giql— 10. Permanent. t?. I flIQfiiqj 
fifiii— 11, Yeaerable5 honourable, kj \ 
^a'S; 9910^—12. Wise^ learned. 9— 
^gjl—God; the Divine Essence. [ Q— . 

^a QG*5>, §§ gf^O'SQ <j?ig ^'HP'jjQ e^sQ 

.QI91Q Q(^ «> aQ^s'ft Qss <;;»!^' ©i?i qa^ i 

•<!^€1Q CS'^eGQ ^eing G I Reality adsQ^i; 
«ai©^ 0191 af^^ia^ ( Existential ), 

€191 g© oig^ siefQ^i^ asgg ggaiq q 

aiSQ I QQ'Q-G^'QI^^GQ ^^ OQI g©^, aof 
^CJ^^'qsIQ ©l'5'l a^®^ (Non-being) | 

(=The good) I ^gi^«i' gtQQ ^qiQ?* ^g©-* 
SGqiQ ©GSS^QGQ 5^ gc I aai— ga^d 

■agQ^GQQ i QQ5il» «I© QIQ9; <19' Se'QIQQ 

-61QGQ 99^ as? QQq aefsQ «iaenQ aisQ i 
g®^ (=»all good) ©9^ ( all knowing )^ 
^QO ( all happy ) aej^j Sjg^iff q® ( « 
being )^ QIQ^ eq §)®H_^ aQtj qqg^ gj-j^,, 

^©OP 213©^— SQ€f eQ«iG> GgiGa*g9^99g?- 

q©Q2|0— ^\ eei, r («tf^l)—^«??*9I— Eloquent* 

gat-kathaka fluent.© — GO Qfii Q^®| qq q|q^ — 

A fluent or eloquent speaker; 

€i©9ai— ^''^ («#£*!) -^l^^i^i G>^l|-"1. Good words. 
Sat katha j asfg©*!— 2. Religious discussion^ 

q^QQq— qo. ^i— cQftwa> €iQ^9'^} <j%fla&— 
Sat-kadamba Neuclea Cordifolia ( tree ). 


^aQQQ 


( ro^l ) 


Q®^qi 


S-it-kabi An eminent or good poet- 

Sat-karttabya GWIQ 69)0'^ — 

(qo^Q^Q^I— q,1) Fit to be tended or 

entertained. 

Q© 9'^'--?!%^^- q*— ^ I ^©^Q^Qq — 1. Doing good 

Sat kartta vvcrk?, ^ \ g© glQ^tqi — 2- Enter- 

(q©^;?^1 — ^1) taining (guests). ©. q" — ^§ 

( g'3'5, 01G9|^ ) — An epithet of Biahnu, 

^6*^^— ?,^— VI e^o^fo©^-!, Ceremonies or acts 

gat-karma prescribed by the Vedaa. [ (51— 

SI|}<gt!6Q Ql<?i 9®, Q>^j ©5, 6 9© *50 0!9|(j 

€^J© I ] 5 1 <Q\h^ Q\<^V, Q^q ©!€$; — 

2. Good acts. »n | q«i«l9Q« gi^S— 3. Pious 

' act i Yirtuous actr Z*^ I fci^ OlcJi — 

4. Religious act, ♦ i a€ga©|Q — 

5.Charitable Bctsjgocd service rendered 

to others. 

Sat-kabya ^^^ a«»^lQ^!g a«**^© (S 

Q^^a^ (Q^SQIQ)— An excellent literary 

production. 

e© QlSffiQ — e%©— Sig «tis» Q9— The red-flowered 

Sat kanchanara species o! Kanchana tree. 

^®OI|!,-«^ ^-"^ I ©^9Sl — 1. Indian kite_ j\ 
Sat-kanda €«•»»-, Q%\^ (^^S*l«)--2, Hawk. 

Sat-kapa asjo^l— 1. Showing respeot^teading. 

( g©ij© — aosqa ) attending; respectful or. 
reverential treatment; welcome^ enter- 
tainment. J \ gsjqi^ — 2, Reward, an | 
e©l— 3. Worship. « | Q^g»^iQ^ Oq. 
Ql^iC*^— 4. The act of birrning or 
QQ^9Q-C)a disposing of the dead body; 

funerals^ obsequies. 

QIQ 0€iQl— GQ* ^— «- I €19 Q19 QQ©|— 
Sat-k^ra kariblt l.To burn a dead body, 
"Ts ^^ ^^1 ?r?RK v^>fT 


2. To welcome or entertain a person. 
Q^QiQ^— a, 9 ( €>5Tdl )— 9QiQi» 0!Q«l— Existing 
Satkarana cause. 9', 9^ (^^ol^)— 0^*Q ©iQ^ 
§iQ*if!l«— Whose cause is in existence. 

CIOOKSi— 3- © (©5Tal)— TO^Q^ (€Q«l) — Satkarma 
Sat-karjya (See) 9-. q^ q^ — (g®+9ai^ 

(«l€i^«?l)^*ti — ^, ?s«) karttabya (See) 

€E©^QI«3t 9!Q— '3-9"'^l^'"5'^fe 51©GQ •<l©€l©^g3J©|Q« 

Sat-karjya bada C| QQQQia^ejaft e^lGjag^ 

<(^<^ Q©9IQ — (Saimkhya Philosophy ) 

The theory that the universe has 

been created out of some existing 

matter 

.. Sat-kuia Noble family; respectable family- 

g©^^09 —3. 9^- £».•— g^.-g^a©!© —Bom of a 

Sat-kulaja high or noble family, 

9©^^Q9l© . respectable. 

9©^^«1«> 

(g©^(j»91, q©jtQi>|9!, g©^^ag^®l, ^^^^abl— %i) 

Q©^^9— ^, ^^ ( Cl\+9 a|^+©^. © )— <t 
Sat-kruta Qai®©3„^«I^©— 1* Respected. 

( g©JJ©i— ^1 ) honoured; hospitably, 

entertained. J | aS'^© — 2.Eeward- 

ed, • I g©© — ^3. Worshipped; revered, 
9 ( e^eOlCviig ) ^^^— An epithet of 

Bishnu, 

g©j®— ^, o (g©^+i) 6i^H-5i9.©)^9©©iQ,(6Qa) 

S^t-kiuti Sat"kara (Sse) 

eo^gq— a. ©«. m> ( ^'^'^^^ ^©^+^^^1 )— ^ i 

Sat-kriyA g©©^«ig— 1. Doing good or 

{W^^'qi— ^1) pious acts. > ( diq© — 

2. Virtuous; pious^ 

tiat-kriya 1. Sat-karma (See) > | TOGIQ 

<eQa)— 2. Satkara (See) [ 6^— RS^fi^ 

€Q^IQ ©Q6© GQiClH©), 9©^£qi^8a -O 

<^]^^9sfi\\<;i ^gj^fif — Feminine of 

Sat-kriya.. 


^© ejQQ 


( re<p? ) 


^Q fllQ- 


0®^'^9Q — eQ. ^— t i ©flQ^ffll ^©*«— 1- A servant 
Sat-cbakara true to his salt. ^i GQif G^Q^ 

ft^^ ^\m 5w«E?^ra s^sK^ giqi«5 yoi«? e^Q 

QSQ 01^* — ^. Honest servant. 

Sat-uarana SatyanarSyana (See) 

0© a^—^% S»— Q'^Si ff^^ffi (WGO Ql)— 

Sat-patra The new petals of a lotus, 

Sat-patha 1- A good road. j\ qQIOQtf— 

2. Good or virtuous practice 
or conduct, 

Sat-(t8)pathi(st() '?Gaiai«9e€l'3 — A family- 

title of BrShmans. 

e© aQfi€i— s**- 9(Qi?ai)— sj^« 91 Qsrwsci 9t %';^£i^u 

Sat"paramarsa gegio] aqqgf— Good coonselj 
beneficial or opportune advice. 

Sat-pasu A victim for a Vedic sacrifice, 

'Sat-patra €Q9IQ Raq® ^•t? — 1, A person 

deserving of charity or gift, j | (g<?*j(<j) 
991^ 0€1QI€) qaqg Qi9-t2. A person 
deserving to be given a bride- 
*'^l Q^ 8|@^—3. A holy or pure pot or 
receptacle. ^ \ g§^^— 4, A good 
and dutiful disciple. 

Safc-pita 6 6^^^ Qt^^lQ^i-Sl a©i— 

A good and kind father. 

g©a^Q;— SI, « — ^ I ?tS''0Sj (e<MiSl)-l. Satyapira 

Sat-pir (See) y \ (g_*) e«W <i>aa9I Q|q— 

2. A name given to males. 

Sat-putra A good and dutiful soa, 

Sat-piatigraha Acceptance of gifts from a 

good person, 
^©9©@t— sv (Q^ai)— gftj^iidi g^jQiajQ' «•««!,— 
SaT:-pratijli5 Vow to do a gcod act. 


«9 g©9ia— 3*. Q (©^t)i)— 1 1 ^Q'l g©eQi«il— 1. A. 

Sat-pratipaksba suitable rival. ^1 (ftlli^Siqi) 
gisjig© €i*i!9tQ®^ 99; e^© 91 q.9q9 9IQ^ 
Q9GQ ai9Q a^qiO— 2. (Lo^ic) A guess 
baaed on reasoning; reasonable proposi- 
tion 

Sat-prasaiiga Religious topic or discussion, 

ci©^icfQ— 3°. ( ©^fe)ij ga^+ers) )— v i ^^» — 

Sat-phala 1, Good result, y\ (9^"^^; GQQiQ) 
©fQHJS— 2, Pomegranefc tree* 

Sat-byakti t I gog^^ Q''?; ?itW9— 1. Good 

it^C^ti ^5jf^3 ^eglQ £10 6)<J Ol| — 

2. Honest, 

gQ(€')^^(^>^^"— ^'^^ ©— q©Qcr (sos) 

Sat(ta)ranga(nki)53,nji Sataranga (See) 
€I©e©^— ^. Q— gq g©^— Promise or determi- 
Sat samkalpa nation to do good^ good 

(flftgcsii — a»*l^a) resolution. 

Rat samsarga Mixing with good people. 

(qq q'^g©— ^^) 

Sat-sanga gcT— 1. Mixing in good company. 

2. Passing time with pious and religi- 
ously-minded person?. '^ I «GWS^ GQ© 

3. Discussion on religious subjects in 
7\^7[^ Company. 69. ^ — a^l^lQ 6 OSfi^Sl SJ^ 
^'^ QQ^SQ aiS S>^ «?^ ©ffi*"! ©€!«>l g^-A 

meeting where people assemble and 
talk about a popular form of religion, 

[<5 — acr ©6Q eoig gqsi i] 

Sat-sangi 1 One who does 'Safe sanga'. ^I^OQ^ 
(g® ga-a— ^IfiftCr) g^©Si— 2- A good and 
7\<\7\f[ ^n^'nt virtuous companion, 

g©^€llQ— g^ Q (Q§^@)'-€5^« eiQiig— Having 
Sat-sSra good essence or pith. ^^K I §8 
©€€19—1. Name of a tree. 1 I ©©ial^ 


go 9199 


( rc«v«i ) 


3^® QQ 


(eQs)— 2' Chitaparu*(See) <n i g© — 

3. Poet, -^ I ©«©Q— 4. A painter; 

an artist. 

Sat-sahasa ^q ©©| — I • Courage to do good 
^%^\^^ things. 9 I g^-*! ^^01 ^Qi^SQ' ^T-^^Q^il— 
^3^^^H 2. Courage of one's convictions; 

courage to. speak out truth or one's 

feelings. 
g©^ €^91 — ^°. P.— {9^1 ®®^)— 9!y»» a^S)i? €991 — 
feat seba Serving'uader a good person; attend- 
ing on a good man. 

Sata 1. Promise; truth. (^— HIS^I g©^ Q^^j 

(^©—©9^1®) ^qQ 9© S9IC}© I ^9©. eg« 

^^I a^iq^i I) * I g©M^ai— 2. Truth, « I ©«ll9i 

^rT aai— 3. Faith ^ I gvHqGi-4. The Golden 

Age'of truths the niillenium « I 9^q,« 

(6<M»«i) — 5, Sattwa gupa. (See) ^^ — 

«. I g®j ^l^j-l* Honest, (^ — aqsi fl» 


^i'^ 


saGQ t©, J3!Q§ ecjisn;? Qcro I ^Q© 


^rT^, ^I^^T GQPe«iqQ I) ? I 9SfQ|<a-2.TruthfuL 
* I 3191 ^311 §^€93 3^®— 3. True, (q^ 

©Q?! Q^ GSici g©^qai I €f^. e^GQ^a* 
^ftl^ 1 ) ^1 gaaaiO©— 4 True to 

promise. * I ^^|9l — 5. Faithful, 69- a 
— ^Ol ( ©^i^ia'© J3 ©eC— Certainly, 
(fij — ET®© 69IO '^QGQ ?ieQG©G© Q€>0 

9ig^— 

G*9S^Q1 9'«9 SQm Q*i$ciiciqr dflGQ «>^ol 

gQGQGft 0^91 Pigij aefio^ 091 g* GQlTg 

^G'^QIGQ <i'i?l G<i?^ 019 G9I§^ <39'!S ^a** 

9i9 Q]^ 1] 

€1© ^^q©Ql — S<?. $— q?'5lSQ QQ^qCI ss^-^^© G99I— 

Sata upujiba The appearance or dawning 

^^T ^^^^ ^^^1 of the millenium or the 

^?r gn«PT ^R»R Golden Age in the world. 

[€J — ©Q«» g<g G©<JQ^, ©^<;i 0OQ G©9 

O QQ6Q^ QQ ^^99 9©^<S I 9IQQI 

g90Q I ] 


Sata katha 1. True wordg, ^ f g^o QSQ'J 
^fej ^*»lt S^© ^Qi^— 2. Actual fact, 

e© 9€5Q|— GQ'^""— ^ I Ggf^l^lQIGQ 91 ©SIGQ €i«ll9 
Sata Zariba ©9l,| aigi §193 gQ9j; 99 qlf9i — 
f^ttl ^?1 1- To believe a thing to be true, 
e^ JTTHW f^— ^l-^g <q|F^ GOIQGCi <39l q^*, O- 

^fe ^^1 aSesi Gec9 9© ©qq 01^' 1 $gf 9.* 

^rT^^irqx g9igQ©, 90 (] > I 90*i ©Q9I3 b^^^ 

ge^ *Q9I — 2. To promise or vow- 
to do a thing solemnly, 
gOM og)9i— GQ. ^— 9©*l ©ai ©§9I — To speak the 
Satja kahiba truth. [^ — aaei €1© ag ©^9? 

€1 01© ij 

90 Q^SJ — 6Q, 9igH~G9l«9 9'<9 S£?Q G9G© «^©^a 

Sata kahila 9*i$QrQ 6^©IQ© 99> gSt^'Cl^ — 

^f^T ^fej An expression uttered by person 

^rf'sft^ present when another person 

sneezes. 

€199l(%) €1©— C9»^ 94— Q^QSQj QlgS-GQ— 
Sataka(ku) sata Actually; truly. 

^ife ^% [€$ — 9©^ 9© q9tfl 9191 9^?Ji3 G^Q^r 
^?^^r ^^ G9Q I «i«©<ii Q|€l €iQfi5r ?ifl!^^ 1] 

go Q^! QI©Q— GQ. 9IOi— GQe9 99 9ei|9l«3]^ €9^- 

Sata ^hantabajila ^91 e9GO G©!^^ S9CP 91 

I'SJ^^I^m ©ai G97gl9 6^0 ^\ 9I9IS) 9€>9I 

^^^ ^mST^STt 696© G9G9 «^©S6Q Q^I 91 QflilQ 

fc.«^ ^€l|0!q G©G9 GQGg <19l 9^ ffllSI§>j 

aal©^, <1 92IIQ 90i©l 9^6© 'Q^I 9I®©I* 

gifts*! GQS^aS — An expression meaning 

'I he truth of my saying is testified ^o 

by the sounding of the bell at this 

moment' 

€10 q6)6(fl^)— GQ- 9 6 9^ ( ^, 95 ©^IQ°a©^ ) — 

Sata chalisa(8i) ^Qfl^ ay9l 919^ ^9 — 


:^5fk»«r ^'^r^ 


Fortyseven. 


Q99— e. 9^ — «^©i €iQ^€i — Constant^ uninter- 
Satata rupted. ^, ^& (90 6J99Q'+©^al^ 
■=9^IQ 9Q9I + 0) — 11 g-SPQI—l- Always^ 
5 I ©Q^Q^2. laeessantlj. 

900 ^Q— a». 9— q§9 ^Q ( G9« ) 

Satata jwara Santata jwara ( See ) 


^•©e 


QS)€}€€t 


( roov ) 


QQQ Q211GQ 


Sata ttrisa «r>9 — Thirty seven, [q— Q© ©^69 
^ll'fis*! ©OT ©1^, a«^l€1© 01Q ^^ I 3I©1. 

Satattwa Nature; tendency;, natural tem- 
perament. 

QO^Q— -aieQ- (Qi^n) q^— ge«i— 

Satantara Separate. 

' Satapati(tbi, sti, sthi) Sat-pathi (See) 

Satanami Qe€ia$ «?1 «iQa ^9IQ ^ai^Q — 
3i^t^ Chhatisgari or Laria language 
^ dH T ttt spoken by the ^Chamara's In 

Chhatiagarh. 

Sata phaia(le)i kahiba eQ$(? §^19 ^^Q 
5i'5T ^f^lC^a ^ *S^' — To speak a thing, so as 
^^%^r ^^T to make people believe it to be 

true. 

€l©€rfi)l(G©)QQl— C<Mi. 5*—^ 1^9 ©eil^L 9©"( 601^ 

Sftta phBlaUe)iba Q^ig cgQ gal O^QI— 

7\^ 7^-i\ 1. To depict a false or untune 

^1^% sr^l *^^H 1 matter as if it were trae. 

5 I as^ IQ Qdlft g©t qG9 Qfllf © QQCIQI — 

2. To prove one's words to be true; to 

substantiate one'a sayings-. 

(GfllQ) ^9 OfiU!(€ft)Q^l — €9-9— €9i«9 ^Qi^Q q©*t€H 

Sata bala(le)iba ^aCQ Ofl.lQ glQft— 1, Belief in 

(Q© «?«QI — ElQ^al the truth of a thing. ^ I 

^^^ (gqI^Q ^'•SOie^i) agi gia© 6<$QI — 2. 

^^ gn^'^T Having confi dence on a person, • | 

^Fi^ f=ro'^ ^?I1 €0?^^ 0!^ « Q«^-<J QW €^<5>l — 3. 

^^ ^«nf^?l ^!1T Having the boldness to do a 

- Tft?^ ^"^^1 tbingj venturing to do a thing- 

ffii»?r ^w (0ai— Qftaf eq^i^ 9i© -aqj^ fi^c?i 9iQ% 

t^^T tt'iT G99lj ^^i *l» S'yi^t— 4. Desire to do a 
thing, [€^— < Ql© GQIQ © ^Q GC11 1 €919 

^Qi eel PiQ^iq C®IQ ^© gqps'^ «ag 
e«i— *;$8.Q9^*iS)y I] 

^©'QSqI— GQ. §— ^©1 G9lfi^ ,Q«ll^ gQ9l— To be- 
Sata mapiba lieve a thing to be true. 


Satamasa 1. Dark. 5 | Q-^g^qS*"^' Over- 
^■'t«(t^3 ^^1 shadowed by the planet Rahn. 
^m^^m: [Q— 90 flcr« €9 GQSi ^qG©, ^©qa © 
Oq^GQ ©QG© i «}®. C©lt9,§i«l*5S?q 
^© fl©— GQ*Q^ (g?9Q «Q; «°. q©*!, ^aii) — ^ I ^©f 
Sata miohha 6 ^eiMl — 2. True and false. 
^f%lf5?*<It 5 1 g^© d ag^© — 2. Real and unreal. 

;^,=gTi5ST ^-^ I g© Qei\6 9ei*ii ©ai — 2. Truth 

5if^T 1^501 and falsehood, j \ £($« C€iq 6 ee«$© 

g'g^ §)9q — 2- Real matter and unreal 
^ ^ matter. 

q© q© «iai(€Q)Q Q^Ql— GQ. ^— ©q«i OQ©l; 
Sata michha lagaCge)i kahiba G©i^9 ©1© ©IflG© 

g^^ <ft^ GOG©© ^Q** 6 6©e©©^^ei^l ©ai 
^ggft^HT 9ai© £i©i «Ga ©^©1 — 

To backbite a person- 

q© flO— G©, ^^— sa© «© ( GQ<a )— Jata sata (See) 

Sata]ata [ €^ — q© Q® 31«1fllG© ©QS© Q9© — 

g©;)— GQ, ^ d ©* ( ^. s9Q€i )— '^*si% ^y^ ^1® 

Satara asi-^i; ^9— Seventeen. ©^— ©<$ 3«^©- 

g©Q ^©Q €!S9— G©. e;i— 0©€i© Q©QJ ev?)— One 
Satara utara sahe hundred and seventeen; 

g©Q ^«Q ^^ €i$— G©. €?— ^Q€l Q©Q5 5V$>— 
Satara utara dui saha Two hundred and 
^ w:^^ seventeen J 217, [ © — <I§9€^ g©© 

^b1 H?r^^ Q©© Q«* €!*?♦ SQ €1^ ^^ ^"^'^ ^'^^ 
e©Q'©— €©. P«l ( «• ^®^' )—?!©©' (6Qei)— Satarka 
Sataraka ( See ) €©. © ( 3. gg©€t )— 9©© 

>l^^^ ^? Q© Q5©ai© ^" eiCJI — Arithmetical 

^rar^t i|^ tables from 17 X 1 to 17 X 10. 

€1©Q ©aiGQ Q61 ^Gfiii— G©. (S©©©)— ? I ll^l^J 9® 
Satara katbare satT bhule €^$q€l ^1 €Q©q«GJ 

giffl^ qq,©e© ( «©Q ) »ifli -ac^ifl ^Hg© 

65§ ^1© 51© «2tJ ^SiQ|4 ©1 gi^fl©* Q© 

^qei Q<i 1. Even a devoted woman 

becomes prejudiced against her 
husband on hearing many bad reports 
against her husband. > I gifllcr 

g© <©i*5 asiQ^l ^1% 90Q ( aefi©^ ©i©i 
a©iG© ©I ©g©i© )lae©«i©q§ «!>en ®@g© 


9QQC^ 


( r*"*!* ) 


9051 erQi 


69 AM QSi9§ $©©©1 '5<] — 2. Even a 
chaste woman is led astray irom the 
path of virtne by many honeyed and 

tempting words. 

Sataranga(ngi, 0ja. Sji) qq eifi^ BQ QQ Q^ 

( 9®q[€€j]c? — a^'i^a ) ^s^i; Qg— Durry; a 
carpet made of cotton thread, €Q. ^ 

. =^^^ (e.o^Qcr) — (<i§ aQs^ si.<§ sri, gioQ^eao 

too GQ^^Gia €iGS 91 ClOQ® ©qo ( Q©! 
eeiQ — The game of chess. [ C — ^^QS 

©^Q ?i2iieQ i^-siQ e^QQ^SQ e«o g<j I 

<3$ G«ftSQ 9*"^ QQ ^1 GQIO «SI G9IQ?!^ 
ai«i Qi aji ( chess board ) ^agQ g®| 

st^^l 6 Q^Qcr^^a^g esii*l5iiQ;;5_ <5^ei ©si 
gquIq qo- €5n( Q«i ^^aeiQQK t as> qqg^ 

©3«) q©i 6 ^li^lC? 9©5 v3ai— SG^ ^'^'^ ( a*! 
QI«M, Q°. Qtieeo ), qpf^ 9isi^ (eTI. a«i, Q**, 
Bishop), <3Qf a«i, (eri- eai^i, Q» Knight ). 
*c^Qf Qfii 91 Gwlei ( ert. ©s ^i sqs,, q° , 

Roolr or castle) <<? HCQei aQ!© (£ri^9@€^i, 
Q\ Pawn ), <]aQ fl® 9QGQ ^9t SSllilGQ 

■G««l9!<i I ^ag 9»si a^q^ej q©!^®e9l 
G€ilt<i Q'^ fll^ aggo G^GQ i ao** QO- 
^9«8 ^9«>w' '^a^ -Q^* ©aa ©q «$§ <^^q 

g©IQ a^fl^ Q-Sl^ I <^^9 Sf^fl^^J ^^tj ' 
G»l«9|0 I ^cT G9Qsli q^lQl ^BlSi 9ftQ 

Giae®GQGft asQ asQ qq <ia€) €Qa aia^ 

GS, ^©iC^ agj Q^IWItJ QQ O aiO, G©G© 
■q®i '90? g?l<^ i O'Splsj '§^"Pl©^' G9IQQKI I 

©i<9iG96f;;t Qa@ qsq 6eQi«) €>©$ i qqi 


( 91 C1&Q9 ) <$ SQI&Q SQ 9I^GQ 9^G«^ 

Q^Qcr ( 91 Q^^ ) d ei^Q c^ejaiGd) •^s^gq 
'a^©^' ( a^Q« ) <5ii6)^ '"^o I < e«iQGQ 

^6il9 qg^t q»OI QQQIQ '3<I '6 ^^IGQ 

q|©9l GQGQ ^q^^OQitlO^I ^as) i <l 

G^^Q ^1^ QQQGQ G9IQQQ ) ^QO^ 

aiQQs 6 aiQa-i^ Q©s^aq gs^gj© g9IQ 

G^QGQ eS)^© 69lQa§ I <<^\<^ Q*f|i^9ft 
G^O GQIQQIO I < G^QG) qiQ9Qt 91 9199 

'aaS'GSi Ejfl c^^aGQ Gqit<j g99Qas— g3j 

9©«»j0ig9'3^, a€l!, O^li^QQ, GOail ^CT I O 
QSiQSa GQ^* qa eil<3, G^GQ Q€i ^ &|9Q 

aio I ] 

g9QCP(cr, a, 1 ) a9l(GQ)Q9l — SQ. §— -^^GQ 99- 
S itaranga(ngi, fija, Sji) paka(ke)iba Qg §|^ 

^^?lf^ oft^, ^^^fs? ft^^ QC59I— 'To spread a 

H?l?:'5ft f^aSRT durry on the ground. 

(TOQcr aiQQ!^ gsQer9a[ealQoi-"a»i^g) 

QOQISi ^^— g'GQ* ( 9IG^<lQ ) 9 — Q\9\ QCTQ aSQ© 

Sataranja gurdi ©^ QIQ© GQI^J GQ^ Glf) ©aQ 

G9l0al<l — A kite which is made of 

pieces of paper oi varions colours. 

[ g— <]^ GQ€r9l<S ^©Qi" as) G9iQ?J^|o 

<iBS3 «i|q G9IQaii I 3 

€I9Q Q©Q— 6Q* 9« — ^ I 9§ ^lat©— 1, A many. 

Satara pandara -^ I aso"'^ '3"$1**Q — 2, Of un- 

^t3 ^^si ascertained number, « ^ as^fo — 

^R^ ^T?r 3. Uncertain.^ — t, | a©C®Oii as>50^€l — 

1. Uncertainty > | g309 — 2. Doubt. 

g9Q QOQ QQOi — S9. ^— ?. I q«6Si 6^^9 ©31 3^ 

Satara pandara kariba ^q q aiQs»I- gS5?9 

5if'« ^ti'i^ ^t^ ©Q9i — 1. To be in doubt. ^ [ aQ 

^^5551 ^^5rT 6991 —2. To be in dilemma, 

QftQ erO! — GQ. Q^— (S^SSQ caQ 91®09^'qiQi3'Q 

Satara phaja efQj) Qi 'a-fiJi^qio qq** 9^®Q9^ ^SGT 

^1 9^ i^^iaQ ^c^ Gg^ o-a;;! ©-a© aaQqig— - 

5^^T^< The signs representing the consonants 

whila forming dipthongs with other 

consonants, P^-GaQ' 9**^© a9Qa|^ 

aQ'! ©HgoQ^ gecr q^ 6?gq ^^gg 9^gq 
sqasQ GIGS' ©1% ffai G9iq9|<] 9iQ*,aai— 


q©Q SfOI 


( P»fi 


80O 




o? 8, % »,, |, ?> %> %^ ®. ®a"' ^5 ^> ?* 

9=-I. @+9=®, ©+^«a^ tfi+s=^, 

«, 0+d=©, ^+3«^, q+g'=^) 

sigs^lf© «5>s 0QI (^^a "s?^ a;joqeQ 

«o 1 (q) © ffQl (O^Q 8GQ) =53 9, ^, 9, 

@, at- " 
♦ I 9 6rffil=,, 0al— ^, ©; «&. 9 1 

ejQI qg G95Q €^% '^' ^^\ s^d"! ^^Sd 

ffffi! 'q^*' ^' d ^aQsiS @'q^sg e^oiQ© 
9o,aai— V 1 a^Q (^ei'n ^ ^qiq^), 5 1 

r I g eroi= *» , aai— ot, 
Qi t 


^* 


\^^.^ 


eii, a% 01^ 


4 

Q I 


[Q— ^^Q S€«P Q q.9 €9Gfii Q$ ^1 

©©€S 9§ g<i I aai— o'', 9', ^> %f q"" 
ee I Q er»i= saai — Q, ©5 ci, c 

■ <j| ni> .i»J ((!' n> 

t> leQe+Q^sTQiaei--©' 


e"" 1 6€i€P+sa erai sat— oN 
^v I e€i0^+5i efftt aai — p.' 

«.♦ I GQ^ + Q ETOI oai— ©^ 

i9 I eser+a er©! sai— ©^^ 

a©<9 €Q«iiiai<3 Gsa, q©«) £r©iQ e«*^i- 
Q^Q ^9 ^^ st^al€^ G)g9 ©1^'; ^90 gr©| 

Qss^e© «iG©3 QiaiGQ ^^^5> I Q (S a ^a©©^ 

e9G© q<S>I ©*I®© 9^ g^© ^as« ©1<J G«60 

e©© ETfti ©9^ ! ©cr©!GQQsi?£r3i saai—- i3, 

©, fij, <5), €1, «/fl, Q, Q, S 1] 

€19GQ — G9. ^. ^^t — «^ I g?®G© — l- Actually. 
Satare 5 I ©«l|SQ^©— 2. With coafidence. 

€i©Q— <T. Q^. qo CQg©!!?; 3==9@©+w='g'^"' giq 

Satarka <i)^e^\ ) — ^ I ^G©©©; ©© ©l^l— 
(g©©l — %1) 1. Reasoning; reasonable. > | 

(g©©©l — %) ^iQdi©; g^aQ^ ©i©Q?jGi-" 

2. Watchful; careful; guarded^ Yigilant, 
cautious. • I G9 aa 02 ©q'^! ©Q ©iq 
©GQ— 3. Acting after due deliberation; 
sagacious. v i a^^ll© —4. Diligent; 

strenuous. » 1 qefflGQIQCll© — 5. Atten- 
tive. " 
g©©*^ ©QQi— G*3», ^— G©isi? gi^$ agfft ©aQi«? 
Satarka kariba ^Qi^GQ as)^ 9IS*ai© ©€) 6Q©l 
yi'^^^^ 91 G©®l© G©©l— T'o warn a person 

^r?!^ ^<:'n about an impending danger^ to 

caution a person. 

g©©*©i— e- $ (q©©+*a9, »i)— ^t^^i^^'j <$QaQ— 

Satarkata Sagacity; watchfulness. 

3©0%»!QQ^Q— 3. © (f ^1 ©©J g©©*©l + aQQ5l©) — 

Satarkatabalambana q©©*"©)© agq G©Q!— 

Having recourse to due deliberation or 

sagacity. 
QO©^ G9Q!— GQ. ^— Ql^dlO G<g'©l— 

Satarka heba To be careful or vigilant. 

Satala Level;, levelled. 


m^mm^Bmi^asSms^iiiiSieims&i&i^Mi^^i^^^Mi'.ii^.'cJfK- .t-M^.. 


fi© eCl Q<i{G^) 


( ro«5) ^ 


««'lf6©)€)€l(i!) 


Sata shathft sae(he) ^q^ gsSO^ ^^9 — ^One 
^^ ^t^?i5 hundred sixty scven^ 167. [Q-<$aQ 

Satashathi 9!©^ 99— Sixty eeveni ^7. 
e^Q^SO -GQ. P -^?9f — The house lizard [<^ — 

Sntosa A kind of betel." 

S^tasta(stu)ri Q^Q^ $>9 — Seventy seven; 77. 

Satastura sae(faie) <]^€i 9©gq ; ? 99 — One 
^^'^ ^•j^l^^ haodred seventy seven; 177. 
^^BT HcT^Tf^ [Q^— -CQQ© q©|g <5Q€lfli ^?5»9 ^cj 

Sata hathe)ba pl^M QldiHSf QO*! Q<^\^ GVeilSQi; 

i^j^«?n (©^©1 Qai) gseei gosQ a?©! — 

^rai ftHT To come to pass; to actually happen. 

(g© £rft«?i — QQ^i^a) (laeil— ®5l aals^a© go e^ig^ l) 

0Qf— GQ, €1 — e. I g^l (eQ«)—l, Santa (See) > 1 

Sata (e. gg) gisj; QQ3 Qge^q — 2. Strength. 
«^ '^^ I giflai — 3. Power. « 1 g^ -4. Exis- 
OTt> ^mr tenoe; presence. 

9®!S€1 — 6^. ^ d ^Sl ( g'«lil9!Si» ) ( ^. ^^IQY^ )«- 
S^a-asi gei^T; aio Q^Q ^^T; r5>— Eightj- 
(3=2!ii— SOiqa) >lt^lft HcTT^ seven^ 87. 

e©i2i^r€fl €1<1(G&)— GQ, « ^ €5ei — <l®a ^©|al; ^r0.- 
Sata-asia sae(he) One hundred eigbtyseven* 

^^»f ^t^tft 187. [9,— <i§aQ TOiaS'a <cjQe^ 

Sata(te)! pat5(te)iba q^lQ^I -^ ( GQei ) 

[93j|(eo)Q e©HS«)Q G99I— as»^?^3] Santaibft 
[n5!(S©)Q a©!(S3)Q qiQ^i— aft*1^a] 2 (See) 

Sata(te)iba Santaiba ( See ) 


Sata{te)i8a(si) 99Q"€I© )— ^gs»aa; fllSJ a^» 

5it^1»f, 'IM^*! ^9\^<\ — Twentyseven; 27, 

^%9"9. q^i^Q©. as? I ] 

Satftis(si) nakshatra ©ae — Tho 27 asterisms 

»its5t*t =?^ or ,Grroup3 of stars taken as the 

^WTC^ a^^ bases of calculation of time and 

the motions of the planets and of the 

sun in Hindu astrology- [(i?— <]3IO^€l 

©iq eai— ( i. ) an*<a, '( ^ qscI ^i ^©i, 
H 9^«^', (^) €Qt4 (») 5«^e;8 91 qg- 
§% (9) ny, (9) eiofl-^, (r) qg't 9i g«f», 
(<?) eefeij (lo) qcai, (^^) 0s?Eri«,q5ii^ 

(^*) gi&, U**) Mi«j. (e?) 2i§>gy!, (er) 
e©H^i^ (icj) Q«i, (jo) eq^igior^ (>vX«$^g. 

«l®l, (5>) g)5J>^|, (501) iiSi^l^ (^v) 4|5€JQ[, 

(>*) ev'^Q^eq), (5$^) ^QQ^9aq>, (J9) 

GQ5>ei I 

gGff ^aQ©©/ (Vegn) QIPQ Qg^^ g^lQ" 

jr ©s§ €i^»t ©eg I e^^qsieiQ e€i9 ^* 

©^'5>— ^3»5i 13 
a©i(e©>q4i(€r) q^Q— 6Q- Q— e^ls.9 <j»i$q ^^^^©q 

Sata(te)i8a(si) purusha (^ ^y^O ^^^g^g_ 

C6t? *pR Many generations of a man's proge- 
^cTT^g^^ nitors and sttecefesors. ( aai-*-<1 
«ai © w g5!!Q€! q^ssQ eqi3i[ » q;^ i ) 

Sata(te):sa(si)]3ga q^ GQ|S1PI1Q—The 27 
^t'SMC'lt^ astrological conjunction, [q 

Sata(t0)isa(si) hajari ( ga <^^^ j^ <^^^^ ^^^ 
'fl^-t ^^tf^ . Qif €«q»q aiGQ )— Very rich { man ). 


'o^,« 


mmm 


9«>|Q€i <9&l^^ 


( rov- ) 


9©!Q 


oTl^^Tdt Q — ?. t a© acii 9^5) — 1. A Yery rich 

man. ? I q.'g g^lQ" fllQe©<Mi|QeQ ?i9l 

©eiaiei q^iQ^ft" 6^91 ai© <5s;i ^-g^ftiSQ a^- 

§9 ©^QIQ! —2. Name of a Zamindary or 
estate in the Puri district which has 
been endowed for the worship of the 
Deity Jag^aunath of Puri. \_ q^ — <'$JQ 

aiilQ gq <j?jQ «te«i a^iq «q ^^q q^iq- 

«^6© *5^2IS§ ! <^ ©^^IS?Q €Q|«<i ^SSQ^ 

GOS©9 a^Q q^icr ©qqiqq ©?q^q 9iQQa9i 

QQ© ga Q®i^ <?< 01^'/«€®Qlf ?©IQ' m\ 
SQIQQKI 1] 


<<^ 


^©l(G©)Q€i(€r) 99IQSI)— 6Q, Q^— V I dfia ( ^iD )— 
Sata(te)isa(si) hajaria 1. Very rich. > | 9|(if|Q 
'Tt^'W^^fil aeQ© 9©IQ ««?l «© © as— 2. Hav- 
'SSra^dt inp: a rich hoard or cash. 

€lO!(eo)Q«(€r) Si©[Q fll^IQ^— 6Q. «-g©IQ€I 9©I€J 
Suta(te)isa(si) hajari mahal ^ ( eQSj ) — 

Sataisa hajSri 2 ( See ) 

«I^|(G^)£!€I «<(2I^ 9y 6§)— €«?. ^ <^ 9« ( Q'ttilM©©, 
Sata(te)isa sat (a, ha, he) «. q5<?*€!€i + a© ) — 

ii^BI ^cTT^ One hundred twenty seven, 

( q©i[€st]Qta €io[a,9569]— aw^i^a ) [^— <ig8S) 

€I©*I— 6Q, ^. «)tf— 95 q_g© «ii g|©9ig qlf® c9Cfii— 
Satan Multiphed by seven. [ q— ,<9| ag. 
Tl^l ^ 9aQ qg^sioi as^ laai— n/ ^©*ir?y 

■Q^!(0l)fil(9j «il, Q; §)€© - 6©- ©• <S Q«l ( WII9I0©; 

SatS(ta5)]t»a(aa, una, la, lla)be 3. qg©©© ) 

^^15R^ ^'msr* QiO ayg QeQj q^ — Ninety- 
{g©|(©*Q«tf!l(G©|, GftI, GQ^Q^aQiqa] seven; 97. 


Sata(t5n)nu(nti, nnu, iu)5 sae(he) gio© ) — 
^^stf Tfj^t^I^^ ^Q €19 g©iaSQ; ^c!$.— One hundred 
^sft^'anr^ ninety-seven; 197. 

Q©i©(ay^a €i<G9) I 

<a©l«»-G9«©- 6 ©^ ( -a^^'JlO!©© )— a©!Q35 ^f) — 
SatSna ^'Stsi ^crra-^T Fifty seven; 57. 

[ Q— g©tw qs^ 6©^dS); G©i?55is) ©G«- 

g©l©Q— «. Q (Qiq)_eQlQq q«iQ. qg <§ ©Qg ^^ic?- 
Satananda g^G^^?© — Name ol the son of 
(€1©!<S>G>— «©M^9) Sage Gautama and priest 

of king Janaka. 

g©i©(«ft,Q,S)e© qs«— e© 9-egT«9 o'i^Q^©©^ 

Satan a(Dna,la,lla)be purueha <$ sfctg© ae«M 
^M»T^% ti^ ^Q€ — Countless generations of 
^'?n5f^55^ a person's progenitors and 

descendants. 
€|©I©Q©1©— 6©-e— 9©IQ€1 qL^g (G^ff!) 

Sataai patani Sataisa purusba, (See) 

g^i© a©!© €i^l©©i— 3©. ^— e©1^9 ©^^^q €Jq'©» 

Satani patani ujhaiiba (§ 3ifcig© ©<$ IS^^fi? Qs^ 

q©ts^ 0515? e€iiy©l \ ©Q a!«i 

fl©l«» 9©!@ P*^ ©991 G©9I— To 

9©i© g©i«i yQ e$^i©fi>l abuse a 

g©|» 9©l^ !JQ Sl^ «€)©( / "4 -* alluding 

q©|€» 9©14J> fil9|(6Gl)^ €^3]©9I 

^©ig> QQi^') (;%qKgq)q g^i^qi 
^©i@ a©i^ ftQi(GGt)<;) 3)^©Q©i 

6^ ^i^ ^^t^ ^^1 tions of his progenitors and 
^fcTR^ 5^^ ^5l!n descendants, 

g©i©0 — e©. 9 6 pel (^siM©io©)— (q-fii'fij g\ 3^ 
Satabana Q^ia©)— a^sgis©; g!©'ay© acja^ ««?— 

jit^ota saar^l Fifty seven; 57^ 

39l©9 q%«— G©- 9— g©lfi€l q%9 (G©9) 

SatSbana purusha SafSisa purusha, (See) 

€[©!©Qi€i<i(es)— g©- © i Q^—( ^*m; q*- 99- 

Satabanlksae^he) atil€<$^Q 3©)— •og^l 9©IQ©. 
t£l^»fjjt^tlj f,#9— One hundred fifty-seven; 

€I©IQ— G©GQ. 9 (efl)"'^ I 2I69SI ©€)©!— 1. Waiting. 
Satar 9 I ©I© 9©«i— 2. Deferring^ postpone- 
l^iJ^irl ^55 ment. 


to innu- 
merable 
genera- 


?i©IQ QQ<^\ 


( rcfQ. ) 


fl©a e© 9^51 


Satarkariba ccj^t — l.To wait for some time. 

^TlJC^rflT gqlft^l— 2. To brook delay; to 
acquiesce id a matter being delayed 
for some time, <*> I gqq GQ^-l; fl^Q^ 
GQ'^)I— 3. To grant time; to adjourn; to 

grant adjournment. 

^©IQ qQIQ— G^GQ. 9 (€r|- Q9©9 €10)— g§ ^^Ift^lj 

Satar madar Qia ©Qa^Waiting; deferring 

>il5i?:3^ ^^^^j? of a matter to some future time- 

^asQ ^Q G<i>Qi I Q«$J!^ Qis'fGe era ©8 qi^- 

gitiQGQ §)ffla QCS I ] 

Satar madar kariba qi« ^Q5t<5 g<li«9l ^1 

-?19Q© GQ^I — 1. To brook delays to 

^^j:e^J1^? ^? ^^1 grant postponement. 5l€^^'§ 

GW^I— 2* To take time; to get time by 
praying for postponement. 

Satara ^Qiflio qi gg— 1. Having Or furnished 

with stars 51 (Q+Oi^l) g®s4 (§)^Qgi€l)_ 

2. Furnished with strings, 

t^Ql^lSfl— S<?* ^^ — <1 Ga§ QSfj «»|fi) ^Q9|.(j Q9m S)6Q 

Sataria q| gq^Ieft — l.Brooking delay. 

2 Patient- 
^^l€)9l— eQ.^— 95Q ©^91; Wlffi ^QH g^Ql; «e9S| 
Satariba ©€591 — To wait^ to brook delay, 

Sata(taS)labe (GQ«!)— Satanabe. (See) 

[gQl(© I) Gftl(CQ)c; — 30»iqa] 

QQig^— G<?. 0—9^ — .Existence, [^ — ©fiv-a^ I g©jg9 
Satasama «§eQ 0I§ i a^jq^^i, ^qig^t, ©^iq|f |] 

Sati ^ I Q19-1. Gift. ^ I (eau fcj|^«Qia 

«^«^i+^9. ©3 ®eioo) G^uqigj 9»ia— 

2, Decline; extinction; end- 


«l©a (QSJ^i^i)— gi. ^ 6 ©tfi— g®i c}©iiq (gq«i) 

Satia Satya etc- (See) 

€I©a! — G^qi. §^. g.o (<a«. Q®<^QN) — g^i^lqi— Ttruth- 
^Satia ful (person), (gj- qq^ q.S^g ^^CQ ®&, %a 
(9Q, ?)€©£)— ^1) <^Q Q< s^»a« I ©g I) €> — 
TsJ^rfl 1 I 9©^Q!<giQ ©i© Qiq — 1, Name for 
y^4lcrf^gT55T calling 'Satyabadi*. ^ | ^fgf . q^ 
fS^f^fis GSlJM©!; 8^1 — 2. The common house- 
U^^;^ lizard. [Q—^Q €11^ q®GQ §f9f flfT-^** 

€jaGQ scr^cfiQGQ -at s^sk^ ©91,1 q^@h 
<i?i9icf a«T g© ge« gqis^ <i9ia q!;i 

Q^© <^<j GVIfit GQGS> 9^ig ©Q 6g§ gqs^GQ 
©9^ ^'gaa s© ©®q' i] 
Q©ai 2flq,(q,0— GQ, © ( 3- aSii^^ )— g©«i «a (e©«) 

S-itia amba(inba) Sitya amba*;( See ) 

g©2a9l« (Q©t!Q) — gi. ^— g©1|Ql€l Q©t|Q ( GQSl ) 
Satianasa (etc) Satyanasa etc ( See ) 

cfQaiQisTso— Gil' ^^, g' — g©^i©iie« ( gq^i ) — 

Satianasia Saty5a5sia ( See ) 

€l©€fl qg^Q— GQ- Q ( a. g©^©N 9%6 )— ^ I g©**9iq 

Satia pnrusba g«i§) — 1. A truthful person. 

>rfB6l <M^ J I g©*iq.aQ g^-a qq ©^9S (^ tiici g 

^r^^T 3n^ q^g — 2, a truthful and upright 

man ( like a person of the Golden Age). 

•i( Q'Ja'f ) ?eii|0l<3 ©^9 — 3. A liar, 

V I ( ©«iai ) 09SI«i^ (^•(S— 

4. A hypocrite, 

Q^ai ^0 09a— G©. ©i©1— ( G©1«3 q?GQ ©eii^gcr 

Satis sata kahiia o^g?)i gqqGQ q^Q 6©!^^ 

iSf^iSfts ^t^^ go^isQ g?9f G©|©IQ^1Q €1© ^tftQGS^ 

«>gei Q«3i^ gg'i c©l^ ©^ O ©!©•( ^OIQ^^ 

«^«l<3; -<J§|Q ©iqiS— ) Gfl» ©!©•<© «©•*©! 09 

•9©a'Q aeii©^ 5^9f © qogiq aailf© G^^as 

— ( A sentence exclaimed by a speaker 
in aesertiDg the truth of his statement 
when the ticking of a lizard is heard 
while he is making ^ statement;. It 


9§)S'(«t!, GO)© 


( ^°»» ) 


means—) The truth of my statement is 
borne oat by the ticking of the tj-nthful 
animal, i, e. the lizard. 

Satika(kS, ke)i ^|Q<si .;' — 1, A truthful woman. 
>I^T^f5fi^ ^ ? I ( <T, qsi ) gST, qitll ^1—2* A 

g^^ chaste woman. [ g^ — Q^©fi^ 

OQ 1 1 
9©9ia^— 69. 9— gggsi ( GQSI )— Satlpana ( S'ee ) 
Satikapana ^^^^1 
[ Q©QiQi^2?, 9©o(Qf,G9)Qa^— aft'ioa ] 

Sa(san)tirisa(gt) — .35^°^© j ©qq^ a^^i 91S— 
^*ttf:s»f ife^ ' Thirty seven; 37. 

Sa(san)tirisa&ae(he) ^<'G€3|®€1€1©)— -CQQ qQQQSJ 
^^»f^'t^&»f 5^„5 — One hundred thtrby scTen; 

^^%%^ 137. (gat— <i§aQ g©Q€ii (Jjqq^ 

^ I WJflM— 1. Existent ( female ), 
> ) «©^gg9l5 m^h flOQ^I— 2. G^ood 
( woman ); virtuous. • ] glblj aa^ai — 
3, Chaste ( woman ). ©— [ 6<g[- di^=» 
Qi€t eTOl + Q|. £j9»^ («©, )4-4?i QlS^ISi) 
Q£1Q Q€J^i g|G^ ata <»1€1 <$0 ] — <. | eg^ 
^1 ifflls? gscr ©©IQaSQ ©£> GQ<?(jJ ^|g 
<><l; S'^l^ Q^JqQI %1 — 1. A woman who 
burns herself on her husband's funeral 
pyre. [q_j;^.sqs, cisjleqsi ^5?^qj«Q- QTOI9 
SeJi ejOiC^ GQ91 Q!Q^ £9^ ^IfliGft ^Iflls? 

esq^siMj ©Qgj ©1^^ gifciJQa«i %ifliG» g© 

2. A chaste woman;. a woman devoted 
to the loving service of her husband; a 
woman who has consecrated or offered 
her body and soul to her husband 
(even unto death). * I 9\9 — a. Gift. 


^ 
«?»: 


TS 1 acg;^— .4. Estinotion; end. * 1 G9lQ§i' 
q^QI— 5. k kind of coloured earth. 
9 I e^Q«Q q*^^Q QGQI^eaa— 6. Name 
of a Sanskrit metre o£ 4 syllables. P I 
(Olfl) giQ^I (^©•'QlftG' ^1) — 7. SabitrT; the 
wife of Satyabac. n (©|q) q?*!* giq"9Ij. 
tyJCi; QSQOIlj fl£^|G<5i9«' 0§1 — 8. The 
daughter of Daksha and wife of §iba. 

QS^^^IO W^'o O QQ9i^ OS QIC? ^asQ 

©sg G9iQ ©ii?; sail's GQ91 giQ* <q at 
CIQ51 ©GQ; 69^ at? *3« s^Gqs^Q. ««^ 

^Q I 69 GOieOGQ G»«ig^' 0|Q O QtQ 
g^tiQ «CIQ^ GQGQ I <^Q SS>q'^©! G9iQ ^®l 

9sii3^ gqQoi<5 iaiQe^q-^GQ Qsor qei^, 
GQQ gi^©ii£i 9Sfii I WOT ^ecr aiQ^Ql 

gciQQ*ii9lQGQ <;)6q9GQ mt^^ i ^^1^03- 

6 OgC^ 9a ©Gft I 9GQ ^^^IQ" SJ^^SgSGS 
Q€i3* Q^GQ Sft 939 n€j9§iG€) G€!lf <I 9€1 ' 

P91GQQ g^s? g® G(qj?^ ^"^€1» 6$BGQ yiQ^ 

^<^^Q o* Ga€ ^§ esiiS" €]^fii «$ff^ QGfii - 
(S €^5 W3 Qtt Oft acf 6a€$* gqsToigq 

9@Q, G^§ GQf aiOfllQ GGli8<J GQs|<f 910 

(§ QEielOGQ 9Q«© G^Q i €^g elopi^ ^i;:- 

iiffGQ ^g©o as I (alo ©Ga gqi^^gq^ i) 

Q&f'^aiffSi qeiGQ ©^ 9^^ gg) «goiq ©ss- 
gibid 9^© q.lf ^^P gifl] ^69 QlQG^ 1] 
GQ. 9dl— g'a^QIQ'S ( <1 ) — Truthful 
(woman). ^— e I .69^" ^ ^Ifllc? q«^ 
1^^ "5J©| "^TS^— 1 , A woman who 


SQ ^9 


( rove ) 


Sg Q\Q^^ 


predeceases her hueband. p \ 9Q1QI5JS) ^1 
— 2. A truthful woman. 

QQi eigi.j-GQ. 9-q© 9«1c? qccr g^^©! e^iQgof ^ils? 

- SatI kharda ^gS) 9*^ ( (^ a© Ql«) flClQI9 Qfll 

^cft^^ st'^^'V ^1 q©! ga§> «|Q" <gii©Q et^ij — The 

wristlet of a woman wbo predeceases 
or dies with her hueband. [<^— 091^ 

ga9i <^lflie» ea? «Q «QQ g^Q ei^^ i] 

301 <5>©Q— 6Q. ^, ( 3. gg 6 O^Q3^ ) — ^ I q^^Ql 

Satlchftura %te 9^1^ flWj ^ISI^S" ©©ISjg^S^tJGQ 

wi\ l^tft ©?'© OQg Q! ?igg— 1. A platform 

^a'V ^Ht raised in her honour, on the ashes 
of a woman who died with her husband, 

Q^^l g«! ^IqQ ^^9 gQ)-™2. Ka»ie of a 
cremation ground on the bank cf the 
Kathajordi river just to the west of the 

town of Cuttaok. [ Q — <]^OISQ Q^QQ 

$Q**icj<g, q^^tj Qa, a^'«i^ QQaals- €€il^»a 

Sati denguf a Sati nagara. (See) 

Q^9(Si|)— a. Q (?S) + QP. ^, ©I) — q« ^1*^ d^; 

SatitwaCta) aieOOH^ aQg.Sj,9g'«©9'5i>©i— 

Chastityj female purity. 

Satitwa dharma The vow of chastity obaer- 

ved by a woman. 

Satitwa casa (bhanga) 9^3 ^Sl^lQ QQ^— The 
violation of the chastity of a womanj 
ravishment or rape of a chaste woman, 

Satitwa raksha (palana) 1, The observance 
of chastity by a woman. P I gsi %l£i 
3CI5J Ola Q€)QI Q*1§lQ a$Q^^ 9^^ S@l 
QQ©| — 2. Saving a chaste woman from 

ravishment. 

Satidaha sa^eoiaci'; 'AW^^; a^qQei — The 
voluntary immolation or burning oi 

the wife on the funeral pyre of the 

husband. [ g — a© 3IOl»^l«^ ^^<Si% 


9^© «l©i ( gJ^q©! ) e9Q?ies5 I €q!€iiSi< 

«^§ Q§i S^ii e,0|Q WQ 9IQ Q ?!€« I 
CQQ q9^GQ ^Q©Q 99Q^ fiigi''^ ^fi4*^iq^ 

GQ^TQ^^erli^ <3aifi?g°^iQ* g©i gqGqi<$» 
eciif-o wQ^^ g^i^o ©sfii 6 ®^*€Q oaq 

Q19iGG5 q^'QM ggjG*5> 6gqi6» ©SJ^S'fl 

^.ig^flQ^— aw? q-s^ QScr ^1 aac? 
€i©tG€j aGQ'5>^ ©Q aQQ* €iiii? a^cro qq 

^ifllft- ^Si acQ ?iql«-Q 9«i^ga g^^9 
9|^<?l 9»l€ia9l€? Q99 giqW ^fii"© q^^% 

aGg?^ Q^?!GG) I] 
gSl d^ — 9». «>— 3S1§ (69®) 

Sati dharma Satitwa. (See) 

Sati dharshapa Outraging- the chastity of a 

woman. 

QSIO-- ^^0(G99^5>)— t I Ofiil% qgQ— 1. Pea; 

SatTna field pea; Piaum Sativum. [ ^— -a^i 

6®. GQQCi^ '-^. SatlK (See) 

(9SiflQ — aoi^a) 
Sati nagara e/ilQ^ iai9>l ©S^^«il «« ^Igt SIS'! 

'991 G9e» awi^i ^Gcr 9!®9i 9i«?i— 


5»t^ 


^qioia' 


( r*^-' ) 


g^g 


Drum accompaaying the corpse of a 
wife who predeceases her husband and 
oi -a woman who jumped with the 
funeral pyre of her husband (when this 
custom had not been prevented by 

law.) 
-qOIQia— 3'. ^ (.9^1 ©©) — Pl9i6<Mi?>3 a^i— §iba, eqi. 
Sati tiatha 9. g»— eQ^S^Qaa^il OlPt— A name 
3^#t=lt«t ^a'^5rT«l given to males. 

^QIQ^^GQ. Q — ^ i «IS1§— 1. Chastity, 9 I SlQl^Q 

Satipaxia Q9IQ — 2 Boasting about one's 

(qsialtsi — «iffi§9) chastity. •» i (^1 GQ©©) 

>n?t^*t1 QS^^IQai— 3. Truthfulness of a 

^^m woman) . V I ( ^1 €Q®Q ) aibOl — 

4. Honesty (of a woman), 

^Ql QIO — a". 9 (Olfl)— ^ I Q€:©l G@«; 9l9q<3Q <I5 

Sati pitha Qiq— 1. A name of Jajapura (which 

is one of the places where parta of the 

body of Sati fell). [ Q— ®?JS> ag— 

fl'S'lGQ^v <1 ^'513' a? ^q^sfo ©^ gig «^ $1^ 

<?! ««i <a§ c-^iQ a^^a, 6^ gq^a^Q Malo 

as)?|(a e^i€^ «)?i® I GSifiiQ — 0gG€ieiQ qr i] 

s§)^^ (alo ©SQ %1©l G-pa) — 2, Places 
where parts of the corpse of Sati fell. 

(See note under Pitha) 

^@i9Qi— eci^. ^ (Q^'fllff <i gai Q§o)— giqW 99- 

Sati ]iba q©| e^^i^^To commit suicide on the 

^i^r^^t^^, l^^^ll cremation pyre of the 

ffjft 5tw husband. 

Satlrtha(rthya) qq|Q q^j+Qiqi6ef. a)— qqftlQSQ 


q^laJtsjIj g^aiol — Fellow student^ a 
fello-w disciple5 a ^co-disoiple under the 

same preceptor, 

Satlla 13191 -albl ^"S^J^IO^- *^'^^ 

( <astftg— 'Vjo^i^g ) geS))— «. ] *?€); qift— 

1. Family; race* '> | (g5=gqiO+^S5)"= 

SQI3 etaiaq q%^4) "^l«j ©Q— 2. Kidney 

beanj Phasolus Radia+us, ^ | qjQj 

QSiq — Pea; field pea; Pieam Sativum, 

Sati lakshmi aal^oQ)— fijiate aQ qsi 6 q_^^Sl 
Jl^fffift fld?i| ^1 — A chaste and good pieman 

?=r?fte^ (whose husband is alive); a paragon 

among wives. 
Cl^Ql(Q)— ^- 9 (asuQ + a) -^qilj Gsgis); e^i— 
Satlla (la) A species of kidney bean^ 

Lathyrus Sativus_ 

gsiQ-a. 9 (««!=ai^^Q4-^a-giql; ^^1 ©©^)— 

Satlsa q'S'lGQPj iQ— Siba. go. q, q» — ^qqq 
' ®iq— 'A name given to males. 

Sati sadhabi A .chaste womauj a paragon 
Jiftnt^ gat^^ among women. 

(3«i qldl— 2ii?*^^a).4 

Sat! Sabitrl A woman as chaste as Sftbitri; a 

^ift^^itMl ?RftHTf^^t paragon among 

women, 
e^ai— SQ. ©«. t'^—^iSJ'IQiqi— Truthful. [^—©Q^iiJ 

Satua e€l6©6^effi GQQ'J, ^^ 391 9^a © ^i^ i 
>itB6l g«^ ersiQScil'5'O. Qfi^qtSii l] 

e^Q€i<3(€9) — SQ. « 6 ©SI (ea'ti; «, qg^i^Q €io)— 

Saturasae(be) <]© €19'a^Q3 19» — One hundred 
^^*f 3i^^ and seventy^ 170. (ga(^^5> q^j g^g. 

^^ H^^ €)e9 aei *q>« Qi-i?!^ Q«i aa— a^©a i) 
[5 — <^m g^q cfQ€i=>9o 1] 

Saturi PX^-o^ fo <?ot^ ay© ^-j 9° — 

^m ^^K Seventy; 70. 

«I^(^— '216*5 (I^-^^q"^) $. (q^q anftSQ a^«()— ^3- 
Satula ^g^ €f9^j Ql^a^l 91® €19^;— Toothed 

wristlet. 

Satusha qjj (^l^i) — (grain) Chaffed; having 

chaflP. ^—dlffl— Paddy, 


( rotsflf» ) 


S^ 


Satrut (aSi^l— qil) e^®- Thirsty. 

Satxuahna ggiq 1. Thirsty, 5 | gg 9 — 

(g©§l— ^1) 2. Full of hankering* i> I qiggij 
^®*1^ aS^<l9 (^^) — 3, Very eager(look), 

Satxushna dtusbti oqo — 1. Eager eyes^ 

(g©^^ »i^«i — sjfti^a) wistful eyes. ^ i q«qiq§ 

(j^— ,2. Hankering look; hungering 

look, 3. ^€\ ( Q^<^^ ) 9199 9^gS — 

With wistlul look. 

Sate 1. Truly; actually. (^~C^ qIQ© 96®^^ 
>lfij ^^ a^G9 q6« I ^^'^ ^T ^^Ql 1) -^ I 

<a19 ? — 2. ( conjuaction ) Will it sa 
happen ?; will it conae to pass ? ^ ' 
(9€1 ia^9) <I91 © a®1 ? QQ ?— ^* (Interjec- 
tioB) Pray|!^Is it| trne ? (6^— €*&*« 

<aa» gs©5 cj^ei ©%q 9€©j 09«iQ acjsjH 
©9 I ©§iQ qS, '^^eeiiQi c^ . o olo 1) « 1 

(©g i^i^Q) g9©eQ> ^ IgQSQ — 5. Actually; 
in faot. (€^— Q^S" ?tgil'§t|'a€€i | ^C© t © 

gi9's1eQ I c^fl^N- 9U'1«t n 5> 1 gc^qs— 

6. in the long run, (€J— QG© gc© G^f 
Qldl €9iQW QSrSi I fltlQ^O* (Jlftqfll^^ 1) 

Satei he(ha)ba €'5'«ilQ GWI ^1 C>^ G9QI— !• To 
JitBl ^^^1 show off one's honesty; to boast of 
^^T^'im one's honesty, j I «CQ «»^ft«^ 8QI6Q 
^,@ ^Q^\— 2. To boast ,^that one has 
no blemishes or secrets to be ashamed 
of. " 1 nm\Q. Q®^ €Q«11Q 6991—3. To 
boast of cn'es chastity. ( Q — gQT SQ ! 

sG®ii 96iS e^tso ! e«)iS9i «3Q ©aT a^ sq 

tSQCJ^ «e©Q 96$g fle© ! — ©Q I ) ^ 

Sateja ge®»i8 ) — «. I Q^QJ GS9^1 )— 1. Vigor- 
3IC®^ ous; energetic; sharp. 3 I ^diQlQ; 
^t 9««>(<^~?« Strong, <n | g^g^ — 3, Heal- 

thjj lively; hale, ys \ ^^g^— «4* Well- 
developed; hale and hearty. 

SatejSb ( €Q« )— Sateja ( See) 


Satera Chaff of grains. 

gg2j0— J, ^ (g §)ti) ~S©pW (SQfii) — Sat-katbana 

Satkathana ( See ) [ <^ — g© €lQSi 0^+« (@) 

a© ig.9l53€J ©f^ ^IQqiQiS' QIQ* 51©^ ©SO 

Qa QlQ^lQ! SQfllO eQ« 1 ] 

Q^— GQ. Q. d ©^ ( ^. ?1©T )— gQ'ifGQSl) — 

Satta Satya ( See ) Q^ ( ^. g© ) — g«) (SQs) 

Sat" (See) 

g@)fl — Q'. ©St ( g©^«65^q+«i®aqiea ©q )— ^ 1 a© 

Sattama S^^fl^'gs^i^q; ^@^ — 1, Bestj very 

(g^qi— (^) good, > 1 epH^q— 2. Most vene- 
able. [ Q — <19l'^0S«9i aSQ q^ <^<i 

aai— ^""©g^q^ •gag^q, QNa^?ii '( ] 

g^— 3. Q ( QO^-f-^SQ. ©I ) — t I ©©M511Q©|; a©— 

^atta 1. Presence; existence; being- J* I ^^^ 

— 2. Birth; origin^ production. an { 

BlfclQl— -3, Honesty, tf i ©gig — 4* Excel- 

Gf9i QQiaQ ?iiQ ^Qi^, ai?! a^MeiQ eiQie% 
©GQ'eio, ©191 Q5j 8Qia*Q g^ I g® ( qi 

Sf©9^^ ) aQia 13IG9 g^^i^^ <3<5' <3© 

^©6Q e^§ <©! e^^i^Q g^ I ^m\ 

(Humas Soul) <]'? SQqiqi (World Soul) 

<3^ S^^Q^ I »IS1©© aQQ©^^ fliJ^I 

gi«giq© aQQ^^OQ g©<i©i qgi© <$<), g©sq 
flij Q^Q <i^'§ g^a © Qe9 I <i^ a&SQ giQ 

91^©© aSJ^^Q (evolution) <jy g^Q 09l€t 

=ae«iQ q!8 I giofii^ aosq ©q©^ ajs) 

(=body) ^-s- g^^Q ( =soul )^ <^q^3 i^Q 

<a^^^ I 6^e€i§© QQflGQ »9©^aQqi<L^ 
1^ I a^qi^ aGQ» <Q' ^Q^ i o^ g^ G-as^ 

fBf 6^3 ©gt — Frace^ indication. ( geil — 

f^ Gg 69IG© EJ^© ^3^Q ^^ SQSlQ^a Qi§ I ) 

QG^— flu,£i^*iq(^cf©i^a^^©.^''"'a^sis©iq'iig©5) — 

Satte G©J€9 QQs^Q ^i ® £"« %S>1— 

^^ 6[?% ( coajuaotioa ) ia spite of; in the 

(96^d — £l©*fQ9) face of; notwithstanding, 

gU_g». Q ( g©^+^^- ^ )— t I 9Q*iqiQai_ 

Sattwa 1. Presence* 5 I |©— 2. Existencsi 

being. ^ I G05© SQia— 3. Sentient 

being. « I SI?j Si^lj «?— *- Animal. 


( r*>vtf ) 


Q^ (-g'l)©^ 




Qfciio *QI ^^^51 Ql SQ^ q.^-5. Moral go jd- 
oess; the best of tbe 8 qualities in the 
material Nature;^ the aggregate of 
moral good qualities, [ Q — <3§ ^^ 

eQ9©l, €1«IQ C)^ ^Q ^9 ®£^ I 

f I 1 ^ I O O*"; CQief— 6. Articles 
thing, 9 I 908. 8<5i©Q^j ©^ — 7, Mind; 
the intellectual iicalty of mindj in- 
telligence; sensation; feeling, r I gqQJ 
a^Q— S. Natiirej disposition; natural 

propensities, < I Q'i^^^m ^^tQS'ip— 
9. Tradej business, ^o I ^l^9« 

g©gl — 10. Natural condition. ^t | 

9Qi Q9; aq^l— 11. Strecgtb; power; 
^9-1 Q^^q--12. Force; might, e^n | 
Gbd— 13. Patience; coolness. <.-« | g^gg 
— 14. Vigour; energy, t» \ ^319 — 

15, Eagerness; exertion. e4> 1 fcIO — 

16, Wealth. V5» i «1W; 9l«— !?• Life; 
vitality* ^r I Si^OyiQ^ — 18- State oi 
living; livelihood, ve I ^50Q|«; WJ^g— 
19. Life-time, ^o \ GG?®©*!— 20, Cons- 
ciousnes?; sensation. " y^ \ agt— 
21, Spirit; soul. >9 | g|g>q— 22, Cour- 
age; boldness, ?« 1 ©^19; 99 — 
23. Juice; fluid. $ts I g!€^ — 24. Hssecce. 
5s I Q9^ qeciia© ^9 — 35. Sentiment; 
pas&ioD. ^9 \ <$G«>€i — 26. The G-od of 
wealth. ^9 I §a!^<?— ^7. Aerial beings; 
dfmigods^GQ.e (©©Qa) (^^-9^)— ^^fS^GQ 

gifllQ «iyOlQ; gi^^, gq_Proprietory 
right over a thing; ownership. 

flfjq.^— «- ^—^^ * (eo^)-Sattwa 5 (See) 
Sattwa gupa [^— Q^, Q©& ^ ©08— C§ QeGQIf 

ciQQ ^-Q I <^ ^?^^ ®^®3 a©ia© <^ 

Sattwaban ^ I gfQ.^ ©f^— 1. Poesessing 

(«f9^— %1) moral goodness. ^1 giqjl— 

2, Permanent, -f* I ^19«?Q — 3. Natural. 


^ i yiqT©— 4. Virtuous) piouB. » | §?^I9— 

5. Sinless. GQ _^ ©^ (g©Qa)— 9^91© 
(eQ^) — satwaban (See). 

gf§-^. e«^-(^^ + Sl fcii9+c|s)— «^^«i mo 

Sattwastha (QI9)— ( a person) In whom 
/ggjQl— ^1) moral viitiies predcminate^ 

eef — GQ. S- (3, 9©, fiQQ 5^1 9«)g 9©)— aiQ ^i 

Sattwe a^g© ^SQ flaJj G9G^ ^^5 ^; G9GQG9— 

>IC^i 53?^ (aq^^Q) W^^IOQl aiQ ^®' — Eveia 

though; even if> inspite of; in the 

presence of. [^— €l§QGf fifliq« QQQl^ — 

(9Gf <S — sqi^q) qyioia— «9i^si1 ^jgciq^i] 
e^(«) — «. e— (9Q^. ai^=»QTO ©QQi + «iy®Q«i. ^) — 

Sattra(tra) ^ | qi^.-I, Vedic sacrifice or oiffering 
of oblations to the Deities through fire. 
9 \ g©© ataaiQI© Qlff— 2. Act of free 
and constant distribution ol food and 
driEk. •! I QQl^O^ -aOQ©; 3QI Ql»— 
3. Charity; act of giving gifts conti- 
nuously. ■* I «»; aq^*— 4. JForest. 
* I "t!?— 5. House; abode; residence. 
f I a» — 6. Riches. 9 I WfilQ*? — 
7. Covering, r l GQ1^G»; ©Q— 8. Deeit; 
fraud; cheating, e I ^G^^®— ^- Tank; 
pond. ic 1 ( ^^^g^fl, Pl^ ) ^^j^^ 
<l5Qig_10, A name of Bishpu- ^^ i 
GOfi^ToiCQ «QaiOlQ GQ5Q e©Q6i ©QQlQ 
al<I — 11. A place where icod or drink 
or both is, distributed free. [^ — <3^ 

q^ €lfi> aa©qGQl<^ d^^GQ Q^ Qi SQQGQ 
0Qg©G<3'IQSS I ®«S« = ©ftQI0 6 9ftQIQ 

q^SlQi— a. Q— «- I O^Siftl — ^- A room or shed 
Sattra sai* where vedic sacrifice is performed, 

QEiaiO — 2,*A house where food is freely 
distributed; a free kitchen. 

Sattr5(tra)jit €i9§s? ^^9} ^^^ »% ^^'al* 
flii^ <]©®^l g©1QCllQ' 9©l — Name of a 
father-in-law of S rikiushna, [q, — 
a^a%GQQ gg^ G9IQ <9H ^Q^qS)V' 9§f 

^Qi^i GQG?JG«3 QGW®©^ q«S^I6Q a*§ «§© 
9© GWIG^j <^i«e »1^9i«l aiQSG^ I 


'QQ1QQQ9I 


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. gattrSnna ao-, ^QQ^SQ Qy© QISJ'^fOQ'^ QSlSOl 
Q^lO —Boiled rice"^ distributed to the 
famished people who oome to a ptiblio 

free kitoheo. 

Sattrannabhojt Q^SQ «QQ3> ©'JQ^I a3<al<J — 

(s^^i»G^©qi— <%!) A person partaking of 

(q@i!<?^Q — a««f%a) boiled rice distributed 
"* '^ ^ free in a public kitchen. 

Sattri <, feqgj Gfl^—1. Sheep. j \ 9^1 — 

2, Elephant. ©^—©i^fite— Conquer- 
ing; victoriouB. 

Sattri Habitually performing vedic sacri- 
^fices, .«?. 1 I QQiq^ q'yia — 1. A dutiful 

or pious housebolder. ? i '^S>— 2, An 

ambassador. 

gqa— g-©. — a^^aa (sQa)— Sat-patha (See) 

Satpatha [o— B©^ €!<> SQ*® a + a (§) 99 

Satwa Sattwa (See). SQ.§). (s^.^^) (Q9iS)a) 

Eight and title; ownership^ interest^ 
proprietory right. [<q*^ - aqfllOQ^ S^^SSQ 

Satwa uchchheda Extinction of title, 
^^ ^^<f ^?c^ ^> 5^ mWT 

Satwa udbhaba Q| S^^g^^iICJ^ ^I Ql»3W 

^R^ ^^, 5^aTH Accrual of title to land by 
purchase or long possession op inheri- 
tance or giit. 
^9 "t^^Q— 69. ^. — (Q©€3£J; ^9€i€> ^Q ) — S0l^9 
Satwa dakhala 9^9^ ^^ ^ €$$ ^^^Q 6Q^ 


yr§ W*^^ Title and possession in a property. 

g§ QflQ— eQ. ©. ( 00Q« )— q^^SQ gi9^ OH S^O^Q 
Satwa dabi ElQSiaiQ Q>^ — Claim of title to a 
>l^WtR ^m ^mt, f ^ ^T^ property. 

Satwa dayl giQ^ ^§j ?^<?>1'R; (^1§) — (A psrson) 
^^^t=( HaYing title or interest in a property. 

Satwa prachara g|^^ ^91 ^<a^ ^Q'SiO^'^)^ 
5i*^^5t^ SQIQ^I — Judicial declaration of one's 
^c^ ^qnn, ?^^ fesRt . title to a property. 

Satwabau ** ""Sattwaban (Set-) 

Having title to any property, 

g9^9l(69)Q®l — SQ, ^. ( «€5^« )— a»**9t9Q 

Satwa bur^a (r^e) iba g§$ ^| gi5^^ OQQQ^ 

Ti^ ^^t^ a^QIQ "gjig eQ9 WQQ! — To extinguish 

^r^ ftg[T5!T, ^f: -Rt^^TT a person's title by forci- 
ble possession. 

[«§ ^f^Qi (5§)9^i)— QssiQM^si] [qi— cs>e© qIq a»«iQ 

Sdtwara a^OCH; sl^S, — Soonj speedily; hastily. 
Q^— gflg> gQ©^ a^fta- Speedy; haaty. 

C^Q Q«— <^. ©;— '?-0.(«^iJ!5 "agQ+a©) qIqqto— 

Sitwara gati Speedy movement; ©a (^g^§) 
gQ© «© ^ag— iVIOYing speedily^ 

SatwaratS (twa) Swiftness; speedinessj 

quickues?. 

€1@ (361 — G-i?. e- (Q€iQ8ii)— ^ I s? €j^^ (eq»«) 

Satwa labha Satwa udbbaba (See), ^| g^^^Q 

>l^^1^ 9'^^^\ 3*} gQISiQ gqi— 2. All rights 

' i3cgwTr*T, 5^55Tff which have accrued in a 

property- ( Q, — ®<?Q6Q efi|«19l<l — a 

Satwa lopa G^IT 9flq e(?Q««? aP QR 'a^^TO 
>i^C^M S^t^^ifilQ ?191 SI^^Q 0I€)— Extinotioa 


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?I?^^, ?^^T^«T of one's title to a property 
by sale or long disposseasion, 

«9 CIIQ*g.— eQ. ©. (Q€>Q2I)— g^SjSQ G®l6l9 ©M9Si' 

Satwa sabyafita g^ ^qi gq,e€^ SQI«©c? 9iq 

^^>lt^T^ Q^QQCifSi ©S^^IQ^ —Declaration or 

Q?^ fiTS;k'SF establishment of one's title to a 

property by a court of justice* 

Satwasabyasta makaddama Qiqisj q!^^ g9| 

^■ T c^fi ^y^g g^P^T q^Qqi — Suit for establish- 
ment and declaration of one's title to a 

property. 

^g »l©— W. ^ (Q©aa) — e l^^ «ne© SS)~l. Loss 

Satwa hsni of one's title, ^ \ %^ q^t^s^ ^Itit — 

^^^f=r ^?c^^f^, ^i:g^gT*r 2. Detriment to 

one's title, 

Satwasatwa g©QI^ <^<Si 9^9 flil^ ©ig>IQ QI-SI^® 

^ccft^r^l, ^^%^^ Title of one party and want 
of title of the other party in a 
disputed property, the subject matter 

of a title suit, 

SatwSsatwa makaddama g^^ ( q6€is®8 

^?^^?^ g^^m^ ^^%5^ 5«K^T QI9IQ g^ sig 

Title suit. 

■€I9M— ^, c)^] ( g^^+ja ) — t I g^s; aaief— 

Satya 1. Actual, 3 I Qi^l QQiq® §64; 6»— 
2. Right. 6" 1 0i<$| ^eiHI ^69— 3. True. 
« I ^©•(j asiflial — 4, Permanent; in- 
destructible. ♦ i $risg€Q9; €?C® — 
5. Certain; sure, ^. ^^ (go^ qSii'')— 
e 1 Qaia^SQ— 1. Really, j | QijOCQ— 
2. Actually, w | ^e4~3. Certainly; 
verily, o— t | ©QfOl; ao^Q©l— 1. Per- 
manence; indestructibility. J I iaiaief*!— 
2, Reality, <^ \ aaiefgas^ ei^eiMj Qij© 

<3S»1Q€»|»I— 3. Speaking what is true; 

truth. « I a$e©l — ^4. Purity. » I gsa^i^ 

5. Virtue. P 1 QaieTaQ— 6. True know- 


ledge. 9 I ^@0^ — 7. Science; tcientifilc 
knowledge, r 1 ?^1^ — ^. Conclusioni 
resolution* ^ \ G^^©Q 91 ai^Q© S9Q- 
Qi^Ql^ ^iqg— .9. Natural or scientific 
rules or maxima or truths^ axiomatic 
ttuthsj scientific maxims. i» I a^Ot 
g®^3€iaa— 10- Vow; solemn declaration. 

eifi» 91 a©^ai«»oi^ «>a a^ n^ O'gifiieQ 
Q^IQgi «i| QQQI 91«0§' q^QMQ Qitfiie^ qai 

9ieft §tsi6^ ^«i ^a^ii C'^^ 01^* ^ai «i®*) 
<gs«) «^si 91^* l] . ^t i qsi^qpj ^©qQ^ 
•g^Q ^i^a fl&t^ aaq qci— 11. The first of 
the four ages of the creation accord- 
ing to the Hindu mythology, [q — <J9IQ 

^V ^S ^^ *9»1^ ^*3 I 

-s^Q gasi€Q 9©**qa «€i<^ "^o i ©^€Q 
«9©(> <$ldQ <^ 9»qQ €^Q 69QaeQ ^^ 
q©iqQ asi^ <$4 I c*?'^!^ q^ ss*^ ssii^i 
•«© q©iqpQ €^^€5 loqciQQQqi^ ?9 «i9 ^r 

g^Q^ GQ€© g©ia^Q© 6 ©lefigs^ i go**- 

aiGoi^ © 900 t) 

*^ I 9§eQ©; Q^GQWQ 9i 99 ^^OQQQfiq 

.QQ^i — 12, The highest ol the 7 upper 

worlds of the Hindu mythology. 

flie^ q^iaeQ «»» ®©q geitsraGQ 9©i€Q©eQ ^ 


"^©•((gli) aa (ai) 


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Bishnu. tv ! (€1QQ§I9Q1) ^^QQC^— H.A 
name of Ramachandra. v*- | (g^i?*a^) 
aei© 99-15, The religious fig treej 
^9 ! <»!Qlq« fii<5tQQ ao© GQ^QI— 16. The 
Deity invoked in the Nandimukha 
Sraddha. eQ. ©.— Q21M; ^n^ 9! <5Q010 

Scientific; philosopiical or religious 
truths^ axioms; axiomatic truths. 

Satya (tya)amba(mba) S'CfQ qOI?^ 9Mfl» ©^J 

C^®**!^!^!) — aQ**©?!] ^esg— Garcina Xanfcho- 
gs ^019, Q9I^, chymus (a tree). [^ — O CI® 

gO^Q ©qiQ CIS 9Q ©SfilMiqO (^ |IQ- 

^3W5r «?! GOQ eQ aQ cctifii i ©^i 

9, ^i^l aq,i era eiii^ stq Q!€ieffi) Siso^^oi 

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q©©!©©, 9Q©©j giQ©j 9^", 4^<Sg^ 

GqQG© ^9©IQ9 5 I %qfl ^ ( eQ«l ) 
2. Kusuma 2, ( See ) 

Satyamkara Satyankara ( See ) 

■QOia— S'- 9 (Q©t + 9)— ^aQ'tC?!© ( 69«I ) 
Satyaka Ss^tyankara ( See ) 

^^©*i OaQ— a", © (9^1 9«)— g© ©^©h- 

Saty^ kathana Speaking of truth. 


Satya katha Truthful speech* 

gQi ©Q61-QN 9— t. ( g©WI9 { G9ei )— 1. Satya- 

, Satya karana nkara ( See ) ^ | G©}^9 ©icfi 

©Q9I 01©* £l©i ©Q9i — 2. A resolution 

to do something. • | aaa^ a<f©8 g©«^— 

3, Vow; promise on oath. 

gO^I ©€}QI— GQ, §- €©1^§ ©l€fi ©Q9! aiQ* ysfol 
Satya kariba £)®s ©Q©| — To take a solemn 
>I^J ^1 ^CT ^^CfiT vow to do some thing, 

€I©«i ©9©l— 6Q. 4" — ^©M ^l©** ©^91— 
Satya kahiba To speak the trutb, 

g©N©!Q— g°. 9— 3©M£?i© ( e©fii ) 

Satyakara SatyankSra ( See ) 

(g9i ^(^i — aQi^g) 

CiOf ^s?Q - <a» . 9 (S 9^ (•^'^1 ©*£j^©*i+ s©©) — 5s©iQ 

Satya kiakara ©tq; g©«)©©sqi^^ — V servant 
of truth; practising truthfulness. 
€191^«0g9i— GQ. $^— gST ^S9 <a?9l — 

Satyaku asiba To comg to be true. 

g©*iG?lQ— 'Q*. © (g©^''+9 i*iSL+^9, a)— e 1 Q&'Sit 
Satyankara 0^9^ s^ ©991 qiq' acr!©!© — 
1. The conclusion or ratification of a 
bargaitij agreement or pronaise to pur- 
chase a thing, > | ©gg© ©1^© a9€!l- 
^qi 9id© siq ^ a© <5i^GQ Qi^ap 9| ©I 
©'ISI (9^99f9) ^•2, Any person or thing 

given as security for the performanae 

of an act_ 

g^HQflQ ^9i— 3i% 9— G©f^9 ^9** 9^91 €»fleSi ©31 

Satyankara kruta g q €^©1969 9€€i©t% a©^^ 98» 

991 y?j 9QQI — Advance made towards 

the settled consideration-money for the 

purchaseof an article. 

Satya ohbards 6©|^^ ^Gq ^©'tS?!, gi€)^© 
ypsill^ ©1*, 99 a^9 6«il^i I ^tS'^.fl'^lQ ©©.©©] 

e©*i 9^0— Q*. 9 (^^1 99)— ?i©M©a©; ?©■» ©e©i— 

Satya jalpana Speaking of truth. 


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aoi GQQ— ^- ©— ao*i Qigi^d (GQa) 
Satya deba Satya narayana (see) 

€IOi«4— 9«, $. (^99 )— g©®i aiaQ^a btf^ g®*i5l®- 

Satya dharma The yow of keeping one's 
promise, 

Satyadharma parayana Always trae to one's 
(«©«! fc)'?T ag^^l— "iD promise. 

Q©*l yS— q^- ^•— qj? Q€€I9 — Name of a sage. 
Satya dhruti [Q— <3 Gd1®P£? §1SQeQ a^QHQ" 

a^'§ ©19 e^iQ €9Q^0h1 aiQcra G'5>iQ?ieQj 

Satya narSyana [q^ — 9i3ltf ^©151Qt6Q <^\^ 
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Satyanarayams. ["O— g^G^lg ^^®»*- 

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carrying out of the same vow- [q — 

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(q©***!!^! — ^1) g&i ©^^1^ (g)© ^® ©Qeii<]— 

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truth; devoted to the cause of truth. 

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Satya nishtha The feminine of Satyauishtha. 

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9©^ ©Qi^GQ @^1— Rigidity or ooaatanoy 

in the observattce of Satya ( truth or 

one's solemn vow), 

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Satya paJtaaa Carrying out oioae's vows. 

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to keep one's promise^ 

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9(^g — 1. Swearing to the truth oi one's 
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dedicated to the pursuit of truth 

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vows. 

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Satyapriya i I gSK<;)|qi— 1. Truthful. ^ \ 
(gO'jfsjI-'^l) gOM!§)qQl— 2. Attached to 

(ga'jf)^©!-©) ' truth. 

Satyaphala Aegle Marmelos. 

Satyabakta Truthful 

Satya bachana True words. 
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(q©H9i9— ao^i^g) gsi^r^-TruthfuLf'^-: 

Qi; ^S^— A sage; hermit. 

Satyabati ^1 s^cr)— siQ'i^lQq, -The feminine of 
satyabat; Truthful (woman). ^. ^1— 

l.Nameof the2ad wile of 'Santanu^ 
and mother of sage 'Byasa'. 

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9^1 (S ^QSeaer Q9Sf fl|®l— 3, The aister 
of 'Biswamitra* and -wife of. sage 
*Ruchika\ [q — ©€0I9»€Q >Q *5<9*5»ie<5 

Satyabati suta The sage Byasa. 

Satyabaota ©OQGQ a©IQ ^aa*i«?^8' ) — 
[«©*i©^l(^1)— %1] ^ I 9©f«'l'3S— 1. Truthful. 
JTSJW -^ I 6^ ^^'^ 31®^ ®6® — 2* True to one's 
qd".l «( T <> promise or vow. [^— €)Q® 9e€l 

e<W«rW aoi^ilO^j 91 S?^!* gicfl— Satyaban; the 
husband of 'SSbitrl/ [«— ^sa 9«g 
Q^^4 9®^^^^, GQ969 Qlfd SSS €9;a 

Satyabanta Satyabanta ( See ) 

Satyabak Q©«iQi|ca — Truthful. ^—^ \ qffjQ€— 
(gs.19IQl— 41) 1. sage. ^ j 91^a; QI9— 
(QQi^lQ— S<M»* %a) 2. Crow. 

SatyabadI «t. €;»^)— ««>^^^1j €€J ^©^i «)6-^— 


(Q©*fQlQ?3— q,1) Truthful; epeaking the truth 
jf^Prtft ©— ?. I qsi— !• Sage, ^ | Q|s^g; ©|9 — 
^erWT^ 3. Crow. 6Q. ^. q,«— ^ I GQS'^^ «ta9Ql 
Qiq — ^1. A. name given to males. ^ | q^ 

®^i a=§€i© g^icr gQaiQ ^g^® «i« — 

2. Name of a village in Puri district* 

<]oiGQ til e€!i9l«ia ^1 ^isle^tsKs ©i^* 

G<3iq* *i^q.Q cSIeiGQ aQg © Qi^QsiQi, 
9)1©QQ, aid aQ av^ g©*i^iQ] €iq qciiq 

sj-^iaiO I <04GQ 6Q5©1 ■'9i@lSCliai9'<S' 

''6QiaiQ«i* Gs*!^ 6qe» ®i©^ i -o^ ^Q@^ 

©SQGQ ^S^Gffii 6 gH €Q©Q^GQQ <1'«>IQ_ 
QS^OIGQ GQ^^Gfii I <Si©eGQ GQG«© Q» 

QfiiaiQ^GQ 6 GQOieQ fly o aaSs) ^9 

Q^^qi;? flQ^ g®*i9i<SBOi5Q oq q^\^ (^ vi^ 

■ qiiGft a«?^ a^iic t«o Q9 €^<? s^^® 
69»Qa8.i "9^-^^ <J ««?S3€i o^gai^'GQ q^ 6 
93© aQ o ?!(Sl I <a^ ^^ <^i^ GW»w!Qi;r 
«Ha€)'GQ^ooi'^attfliQS5^ *5QGQ a«a<st I <3 

(^ 0^^^ <<$I61 ©f l^fcllSi^® ^Q ©SSI ^^i- 
9q(5»Q (qo ^I6<5'9)^ €^eG€i ^Q, «»g G^ 

.?• OQQ SI^QiGQ SaG9 « ©61 (S Q^'pllO 

( Endowment Committee or Temple 
Committee) q^^iQ Q-^jaSS) 1 ^^^5)|q gj^ . 

Q^flio <i GQ6^«Q qqaiGei a60oq@<i 

©fl © G99l% S'O^ Q^aa^ <S ©ff9I5iq 


q©M9iS8oa(eq)s 


( ro*5) ) 


go'f^^iqi eGHslQiei* 


g^lQQ^.I 6Q€^QQ ^aC^ CII6€1 9^Q €®Ul 

^QQQ oo^-eQi-£jaeQQQ€3 €0^:30 < 

sti'Q ^?ia 5"^^ «ig»5i?fi?Q gii^ 
(S «?9Sa »S}gsj giQGQ ai^Ii^ fflQl fl^is*;? 

siQgagii g^^.q ^QQ«>i^'cf o©Q i Gat?<i 
fl'§i©o?^r6Q ^^ fi5€ »<?1Q Q^n ^^^ eqia^j 

Satyabadi kami{m6)ti Si^lQSJCr <^\Q ^r^^ 

(^^fllft * ©« €9q.Q 99,ft©) «^©— The 
Sakhigopal Endowment Committee 
appointed by the District Judge under 
Act 20 of 1863. [ Q^ — 9©M^iqo!GQ 


g^-jQ^ia gQiQlQia -GQ. ^ — 3Qigigs« 9^3® ^iiav 

Satyabadi gopinatha GQOia' S>! ^GQI^iaWl' 

Qe«,gi<?i eaialoiei «ng$(5i) ) QPQ sntj^Q* 9Q9- 

g©19iqi GQIsteiei GQg f ^"^^° The Deity GopL 

^rf^?:'?n'=tt51 s^c^STT^ nWbira natha at SakhigopaU 

(q — <j g«iq=g^ 9SQGQ €^q© q^g'tgqi^ 

c^' B%^ I -cc^is" Qiq al^'GQ gq69l^ 3$ 

QQ Q^Q^iilO dl^^s^ ^y^i gi ol^q^l fl^ 

0§?]^-!S^GQ 9^ QJ§^ «fi9^| QQH\^ qWfi^ 

G^QO GCiisloia Q^'a a9>i a;?^ §©§ q|f q 

^GQ I gift«G«1 S'^^g!^ gSQ^^ GETQ 

a^gisGQ GOG©© giQ^^ ^^ aa^iQ g©** 

QSI Q gQQI^ q5)^ 9S!0©^ ©g^GQ 
Sff5]Q e§G«t agio© jgggs- qjgl ©s^o 

©GQ I s^QQQfQ g)»<1 Gg® qiQl ff ^Pl^ 
^OIQQQ GCIIQIqISJ QJ^' ©I9|£J qiQl^^i ga| 

qci^c^q <OiQ qciQiQSQ aiiQiaiQ*.qp© 

9QigO QGfii I 

' q$?Q6© aaji er§) sc€©eQGo q©3iq gQjQ 
«^65;5>— ^' 6©i .aicT ^iS"' eqigi-^ g®i 

9G9 969 e©l 9!q<j 6©; ^ ^G« £IGQ 

9ie?J5^(i Gqi €^qg ©oi6$Q ^q^q ^q e©i 
Q>\Q^ g^gg I GQ^ €iG.% ^ oejqe^?!^ cs, 
^ G©i aea aea eig^as; ^ g^GQ qq ciesj 
Gerej ia«? ej^^^g, 6©6g f g^-^ gi^eg gisi^ 
Qlf^f 0IQ «gft 69iQ9g I qi?gc;;^eai9loia 
<iG© s^iQ Qi^t'ig gqq^G^ie^ g^ a% 

EJ-^ QIGC-^I Q'31 gi«^GQ GQialQias? ^gg 
gol€8 giftSGJ GQIQ G9!Q Qtp ^flSjqfig ft 

«Logi^ gSsTh aQ o aiQ qgg as ^9^ 
q^9 ^qq €;^ gqgq i Gga^Ggog 
CQ^oiGQ ^GQialQia 9©%^9 ai^i^q^ ag;a 
^S'^ aifiijf GiGfii (S as? G9« atg§ Qfte«^ 


Jot*^ 


Q^-fQi^a GaialQiei 


( ro»r ) 


^[©iQlQ 


^m eeq> ©is gs'^iGQ ^is^, aeQ ©n «i«q 

GqOI^ GeilQdIQ QgqQiJ, 9CQ ©S)fl9IQ% 

eaialoiei ^^OMQi<gi* ^<?i^ <i giQsj oia 
<i^i? Qiq. ^o» <?/ G9Q ^1^1 ^^§^g ©?S^ 

G©isi) as I -o GSi^if Qgjs) 6 SQafti qqsq 
a??i 9s GSGQ ^«©*i9ica g^^ a©^© S9IQ- 
©^'SGQ ai9© ^nq^gi^ Qg^ at^ ©a© I 

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<QI«i Q@9!9GQ ^€iieaiGCi qc«i oayq 
GQif<3 agidiQgi qa©a oi^^-GgQQ-9i»oi 

«^?i9l©ai qg G5>9I^ (^ ggi9 ©g*iis^ GfliaGGi 
^^9R 9Q^© gi5 fllO (5 Q*€ll O^i^QI GQ«I* 

&^i§, GSia1oiejCQ(? ^QGQ ©soidQ g«.-. 

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QG(S I qaiG-Q iiiqqql g®p|. m<Si G9IQ 
€QlslQiasjr «»g9Q Qiq ai^i^GQ g©f q g^G^^ 
•<3'? -cf yi^ g©qicfoiG6i q^igig «iQfl*f|q 

©qa^l q^^^GQ 9^S«ri§l ^!§g! ©«ilf ?®8 
GQ^fillQ OGQ I 

q!»iGQ G©l«si? ©Qg!^1(? €)€iiiai5^ o §jia i <g^ 

«, QOGQ ^Ig OQ^i gajsQ qiqq (^ agljjQ 
Q^GO Q(^' G*l«^ q©ilG«i9 GQqiQCf <]^ 
eoiJi^ 9%9IQ ©fSQ;*! QideioQiTcrGQ© 
(fil©ej) gGQi ©^qi© <i$ GOiit q&iG© 


<i GQ©©!* ^©%GQ G^^9 ^fiTf'-G^© 

( am ©*i^o ) (SGfl «i^*3 etQj siQ-^^b 
ci9q ©^iGGi ©aei ©i©g, 091 a«ii», ^iftn, 

9Siq.®, g©j fiiQ^lj (yjti^ Q©Ql H9 G^Gl 
©QSIO I G©Q«i ©IQ©^ CQffil (^ GQ^I^^Q 
©Ql <!?i gGCr GQC1 QGa I 

g©«©IQ^ — ^,Qi\* ^^ — (g©H+ss siefG« e©^, g©^Q©) 

Satyaban e I ^-SiSQq^; 9©^©N— l.Truthful- 

(^©''VGf! — ^1) ? I 9©**©© — 2. Determined to 

carry out a vow or solemn promise, 

• I aS'^q^; 9©^ €$aGQ 2©t©— 3. Based 

on truth, q — t, 1 q«i ^i^gQ—Name of a 

sage 5 I ai©^ G©€1Q ($tq©Gg© Q©1C?Q ^-&, 
<|^9 ©Ga'a5 qiO^W iiql— 2. Name of a 
king, husband of Sabitri. 
[<5— ©IQ^G©€1© Q©l ^^iqsiGgftfi? ^Q^G^ 
©"S^a^l G€©«i|i5- Q©^ <1 ©«ig^^ ©€3^G© I 
eQQ'JQSIO^ ^©'♦QigfiS' G"S€l©IQgiGQ 

<5'1fl©^Gg© S© G9iQGlGSl i ^%Q©'' e©IQ 
0@1 3 19^ g§© ©©9191 G9GSI I 9©H©!©^ 
©OG© HTQPQ -aiQ qS)Q^ «©©51.© ©Q 

©939©i6© foiqi©is?© Gq©i g^ejisig) 1 
<©©l aqa© q9\qi icjjg©! ^319^1' 
9^fG©€i©© ^li^ qG©|q© 8© ciGc;a^i6ef 

©^«IQ ©6^ ©% <§ ©OG© «iq a«§ Q©l©|fffi? 

€9IQ ''3l^Q'*iGqQfi3©^l ©*ifg ©€5 ^s^isy 
9aG© ©QG© q®Q^ (^ Qiei©**!j •©q^'^o© 

©Q ©©QSia© ©€)©| QQ e©fil, ©Q <]^|<? 

aa^Ga ©©^ ©eaj 1 ^©q asQ a^^igiQisj 

«©qQ«Gq <] (g^©© ©©19 G<5>© I Q<$9 
W«?SQ 9©1©i©^ giQ^I©" ^GO" ©O^ ^l|^ 

«9©^ ©Q©l<g 9i©?J©i gfl^G© ^sig«e9 

««I9G© Q€f GSI^OIGQ ©IQ^G© I Oq^O- 

qiGO qftMQioc? €i©(j G©©iai©'' «f9©^ qiQ9l 
■^9 «©«S Ql© 6©GG| ©l§ I G'aqiG© sal© o 
Q9q iaqi^ ©§©i^ Qp «^G© a^ gsoig© 
8 99efii I 3Im1 sq©_ g© ©© q©8©(? si^ 
Giat ©6© I Qqq© ogi^r a©©9 <S 99G© 
■^^ G-giip ^^!<jas£^ g©%§l9© ©g© 6 
^©^aG© Qq©^ ©©gig <9i* ^^©o- ©^ o® 


SI©HQ© 


{ r»*-<* ) 


aei Q3I 


GQ9Q gypi ^IfliGQ gi^g»lGr a^qi^jl e^e© 

QO QlftQ ©Qg) i] 

A name given to males. 

gatyabrata g©'*©^( GQ3J ) — Satyanistha (See) 

(9©'*§©!— ql) Q— e fQlQe-Q Oiq^Q— l-A 

name of a Bhishtna. y \ 9 S<?€ili^ 

®€Q^© Q©i — 2«Name of a king of the 

Solar dynasty- 6Q^^. £[•— SQQQ' 9lfl — 

A name given to males. 

Satya bhanga o)€fi C» Og^^l — Breach of faith; 

breach ot promise. 

'-ClQ'l^fll— e 51-^1— ( g©«i+q?l=-qOQ+«l )— 991©©. 

satyabbama q^\QtQ go^lj ^fl^gqrQ r ©^ 

fl§<a1fi? WQ <]g©gi— N"ame of one of the 

eight Ranees of Srikruabijia and 

daughter o{ king Satrajit. [q — C^lff 

Q^Q a^Q^IO ©Q Ifl^^Q'^ 9IQ9I© qjaSQ Q©0 
Ci€)^eQ I <9ie" QSj'eQ gll^^t? S^SJ^GQ 

flt^lQ* a^ 8|q§<aW ^^ifl sal— v 1 ^«/l, 

Satyabharata q^igs?© aS40l e9Q9"»l9--Name of 
Byasaj the author of the Mahabbarata. 

■QQhQS^I— ^. ©• (5-^1 «©)— Q^©ft<fli^©'^«21» — 
Satya bbSsbana Speaking of truth) truth- 
fulness. 


Satya bhashi ©§?| + q|. Q» )-Lg©,9iqi;,__ 
(a»>tg9'gi1 — %I) Truthful; speaking the truth. 

€l©''€fe9— ^^^©^. 9= (*q1 ©^. g©H+c.^) — 69 g©** 
Satya bbrashta filer Q «Qag— One who has 
(gs^fS)^*^! — ^1) plighted his truth. 

go^fl^— e. a ('a©^+aqj— ^ 1 ^iQigd'^*— 1. Yes; I 

Satyam agree ^ / | ga^a >5^ <^' — 2. Vhs; I 

(g©'*' — HQf^a) promise* «n 1 QQiei^gs^j -fl^l ^ 

. gSH— 3. Is it so ? Is it true ? — ^©1 

GQ9 (GQa)— Satyaloka. (Sea) 

Satyamalaka q ©SQ Sl^gilQ) — 9©*! ^36© QQf ®— 

Based on trath. 

Satya juga The first of the 4 ages or cycles 
of the creation according to the Hindu 
mythology, [Q — -C qcisj 9Qflia ^9 S59 J^ 
9»!« «i9^ I q®iq©S© ^ 6©l? 5* «9 31" 

wiQ ^^'^i ^-^Q aoeq g^^igei^ ©9jeQ 
€^©1, 'g^|9Q ^ Gfl<gssi ©aqsj, <^ ^q 
s)§)9iCQ qpQio <$<! I e^ai« €iQgs ^sis^i 
(ags^ © siiqi) Q© Qd^tqa© Q^S) <@ qqgq 
qQi. ©5J, 9^9 <§ G> S^ii? -agi * ecii? ?I©©IQ; 
sj^eg^ cifflj qs>Q*tqi6© q©*iaqq^ (^ 

915 9«?> I a©qi^ t ©a 99' ! a©*t jgsieQ 
^©, ^Q^, qiQI©!, a^Gqsj^ls, i^Q qi©, 

q©*)qciQ ©!Q© 9,1^ oiq — 

©iqq^ aqs©9i«^ ©i^i^ei aqag* 
^ig*^^ aq q^j, ©iqs^^ ag qqs* 

?iefi5 I «gq© g^'agtSQi 6 § ^^^©©ij© 
Q©** eial©©— 3. p. T (^^••=®6i9iJ^1 ass sa^© 

Satya Jaabana ai^lSj GQ ©Q q^l)— ^iQtlaSJ^ 

(Q©1 69}^©I — gil) GQ©CaiS» PGflQ — A class of 

demigods (literally, of unfading jouth). 

g^M QQi— 3. ^' (^^1 ©©J— 3©^ aiQ© ( e9€i ) 

Satya raksha Satya palana ( See ) 


Q9i€J Qi*a 


( '"•^^ ) 


9^l^t< 


eid'fQ Qig — eQ. ^ 6 §«— ^ i ea q^i aiQ' wg ©'•^a.^^ 

Satvara d«sa QISQ— 1. A servant of trath; a 

3=n:-«T^ Wt^ person who is ready to gaorifice 

^cft^T ^m everything Eor truth or for keep- 

iaghisvow. * I ^^'^^% (*19)— 

2. One -who has dedicated his life to the 

service of tf uth. m I TO^igQ®— 3. True 

(g©l3.|Q, q©1«i?Q--g. ^9) to one's vow?. 

QQ^i QcrQ— a. ©' (^^1 ©©J— 'g®^ Qcr ( S'^si ) 

Sat-ca lamghana Satya bhanga ( See ) 

Satya lamghiba OQQI— -To break one*s pro- 
>f^I ^\^^ ^?I1 mise; to plight one's truth. 

g©H Q^9 -^. Q M^ij g©'*=«is?o«iQ aes eQ^* e^o 

Satya loka -^^<Sv ) — ^S^S^aQl^Gf© ^ffi*S3 GQQ; 
Q^SQQ^ W| e<3Q— The highest of the 7 
worlds according to the Hindu mytho- 
logy. [ q^—fl^GGC^ aai— ^83 Q9i, gs, 
fi^8, ©ftg, «985 ^©*15!^ I -^^ g®*iG^»sa 

^1 ^§5 ^QmQ® Q^f^fllGQ QiagJ 1 001% 
ClSfii 8IQ ^i^QS ^^i-^esi ««ii99^ ©Q§i 

Ql§ I ] 

Satya sangara QQ^l + ©§. a ) — g©t3®«i — 
(Q©^9aq— "^D True to one's vows. ^ — 

^G^Q — The God of wealth. 

Satya sajjS — g|§^ 9^91^ Gl^ag — 

The consort of the five Pai^daba 

brothers. 

9©'' Q©*l g©*'— 6Q. «— €*[€1^ gQ^I^ 9!Q» QQ9I 

Satya satya satya aicT d?f®8 gS^iS^'^W '^Si' 

>lfef 'ife ^f^J €1£;)C1 "aQ €$©IQ^- (Interjection) 

^^:r ^ra:r ^TcT J Repetition of the word Satya 

to emphasise a persoc':^ vowing to act 

i3p to his promise, by saying — 'I vow% 

'I vow'/l vow'; *I vow thrice'. 

Satyasandha <— ^ | Q^«t 8 &9; Q^^t Qlo© ©Q9I 

(^©MS®I — ^1) ^^Q'^ (J9aQ©Q— 1. One who has 

determined to keep his vowsj true to 

oiie*s vows. > I ggQ 8 ©# — 2. One. who 

has carried out his vow. ©. g^- 


? I QQ« — 1. Bharata, y | (9^^ g©*i0|Q© 
Q€3?IQI^ ) ^30Q— 2. A.a epithet of 
RSmachaodra* *^ I qci QQIQQQ' q^ 
©QGPSi^ — 3. Janamejaya; a king of the 
Lunar dynasty. [^— gS^-qjl ©s© fllOSJ 

g©*i| — a. ©SI. ^1 (e©*i+^i: to)— g©«iQ ^1 sscr — 

Satya The feminine of Satya. ©• ^1 — ?. | 

QOIOS). Q^\^ 9QQ — 1- A name of the 
mother of Byasa. 5 i gQ^a^i (wa)— 

2. SatyabhaoaS (SeeV ^ | qfl©lg! ?l1©l- 

3, Sita, the wife of Kamachandra. 

15 i QCI^^j. Goddess DurgS, 

€l©^120^(q,0 — 6Q. ©— ^©'^Slia (G<?3^')— 
Satya amba(tnba) Satya amba (See) 

g©il^©— ?- ^ (^©'t l-a+^ tii^-h^^ ©) — ga*i£?i€i 

Satyakf uti (€Q€l)— Satya fikara (See) 

Satyagni Q <5i|QQ)— fiQ^H q$?— Sage 

Agastya. 

€!©^ig®— ^. Q— 9SMg© a£9; qs«»©^I; <a©HfQqa— 

SitySgraha Attachment to the truth. 
G(5i: ^-§°gi€!Qi 6 Sl^ GvilQ ^atl QSQ* 

,1^ ©QQi qs); q'5'iqi oi^s- aqq© «^«j©- 

Tbe line of conduct preached by 
MahatmS Gandhi; unrevengeful or 
peaceful passive resiatence to untruth;, 
the doctrine of passive resistence or 
non-co-operation preached by 

Mahatma Gandhi, [o^ — 01^!% q©1 
G9!^Q)§t9 ©191 9?(iil49 ©Q©l Q\^ G^^t 
©^ 91 €?dl©Q^ 9Q9 ffl^' I ^fl-fl) ^,. 
qs.1^ 99 a^^a-^ ©Q^l 01© ©©., S'^? ^®1 
^^aSl^'QQ© 4 <19Sl ©€?«*! QGa qG-T" qQS^ 
<§ ©IG^€J g^ 3Q1QQ f *giQQ eQ©i|Q ©QQ 6^ 

ag©*i 61© 9*19(5 e©1^3 q©igq gMe^ ©q© 

Ol§ <i ai^lG«) £l©''Ii^ aGQ€l 9I«© ©9© Ol| ! 
<q '31© 91©©©QQ! ©'^©PI©©-'aiGf ?35>flQ|9l© 
e59©<qG© «l©Qfl©6© 991^1 G'^llSil ellgfl gl9© 

a©^l99l-"S<M>. O (S e«i— GQ^fltG© g^l^i etl^ft" Q^Q© 

Sat^agrahi s©Hig© ^© asifit^i© ©QSS^ 

3|^<5rCt ^TO^ The followers of the 


«!©frgi 6QQI 


< ^^9^ ) 


•aca^i^flia oi^o- 


■doctrine of Satyagraha preached by 
Mabatma Gandhi. ^q>. © — g®«ng^ Ggftl 
(W^) — SatyagrahT sena (See) 

SatySgrahi senS Q«— The political party 

'^^Tt'Sl^C^ ^esfW^asfT formed by Mahatma 

Gandhi. [ Q^^te*)* g|QQ -OQ^W^ 6 PQ 

ql^GQ <fliGo aQ»^ a^iQM gejQi aiq* gasfl 

Satyacharana QlQsi — 1, Truthfulness. ^ | 
{g©*f|qQ — CiOH^Q) q®i3!«» — 2. Carrying out 
(g©*(!Gjg — §»^* ^•'^ of one's promise. 

Satyanasa CTtter ruin or destruction. p \ 
>i^^t»t 'i^s^t*! 9©1QSf — 2. Breach of faith, 

gS»ilQ:€i QQQI — SQ- •e'— ^ I^QQI€1 OsiQ^i— h To 
Satyanasa kariba cause utter ruiu; to 

T[#it»l^^t >{^st*f<F^t " bring: about destruction. 

2, To spoil a thing- «»| g©i£$Gp ©Q^l — 
S.To break one's vow. 

ClQMiOl^gfl-GQ. 9tf!.ei» (Clift) — I [ 69 QQQI€I 
SatySnasia QJ|<1— 1. One wbo causes ruitij 
(^©'liQiS'l— ql) one whe brings about destruc- 

^HlTsTT^ One who spoils any thino-, «r) | 

g^.'IQCrOiqO — ^» One who breaks his vow 

or promise. 

eoiiQ_^QQ— e. © [99\ ©©J ^©i+a»q€i; goicQ 

Satyanuraga SlQ^Qfil ) — «1®*I©^( (^et) — 

(sQ'tlQQQ, g©«il<»qQl— ^^) Satyanistha (See) 

Satyanusandhana waisj Ql 9^® ©ei«)q G«J®S)|- 
(gs ^ GO^-a^ — aQ'l^a) search after truth. 

Satyanusandhitsa QQjaQIQ ggJQI aiQ Qgl— 
(g©S!Q^g^a^— 9tfl) A desire to seek after the 

truth. 


CfO^flQ^o— ^. $tfi --(©a?5oia^g90Q «io)— t i q©*i (i 
Satyaniufca ^ei^ii—l. True and false. 51 gan 
6 ^i**! fl Q*© — 2. Partly true and partly 
false* ^— V I 9© d 9Q Qai — 1- Truth 
and .falsehood^ mixturs of ^uth and 
fahehood/ y I (O^Qi^©; QQi 6 a©^© S© 
0§GQ)— ^lS©''^?>t©giq— 2. Trade; com- 
merce [151^-— ci^iGQ gQ't® <^ «rei*iiQ aQi^ 

f>a » €16^ <<^\ Q» 9IGQ Ql| I] 

€I©«i9ft(9!)— ^'- © — (9®i + ©' = ^®^lQ Qlfl dl^+g^ 

Saty5pana(aa) SO; + a) — g©*«£;riQ (gQSI)— 

Satyankara (See) 

Satyartha prakasa qQ|flSl«(l© TO— ^^le title of 
31^Tt^ t2t^t*f a treatise composed by SwSmT 
^OT^S ST^EUT Dayananda. [qi— ogg^ GQGQI^ 
?« (^ ?IQ,9!0£?Q GgG©Q Q*1tfi*1l OaQ'Q a§ 1] 

^9*ii§9— ?. ^^ ( 'asM+a^^© )— 9©*i ei'gJi^ afii^ 

Satyascita ©g)aS; qsiP-^e — Based on truth. 

( Qai — g©Hi^© -^sQt, g©*i!Q 9 9^Q I ) 
gs»iie©^— «s «i ( g^QQ €!£?> 9»^j 9©*i (^ ag©*i ) — 
Satyasatya ^ I flOi (^ 9ei^l — 1. Truth and 
falsehood. > | g*]^^ §9^^ Qfif «G» ^ 
^Ij 0^ Q<a!^ — 2. The truth or otherwise 
of any matter, [ Q — GGllf-O ©gs^ GQG»- 
qs^ ^glesi ©|q gsiigsi ©qaei g g© 
^^i ©eii ^asQ ©1^ ©51QI q«f©i m.% \ 1 

QGOIQQia OI^Q— G«, 9 (giR)— ©S^^®| Gai-^^ieiQQ 
Satyendranatha thakura q««ii® ofq« <?€il«5 

§CISJ q^ — The 2ttd son of Maharshi 
Debendranatb Tagore; who was the 
first Indian who passed the I. C. B. 
examination in England and wae 
District Magistrate and Sessions Judge 
in the Bombay Presidency; and was 
the author of some Bengalee hymns. 

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Satyodva Q )— q©*19iqi-Trutliful. 

( g€S«»lQ*1|— ^1 ) 

Satra Sattra ( See ) 

Sabranga(dgi, Bja, Sji) Sataranga ( See ) 

(9^i[§,€?]<?[i]— a^i^a ) 

Satra samapati ^S€1« — Name of a place of 
Rindu pilgrimage. [ ^—93* qciiaQ 

gei— ?. Si— V I gf© — 1' With, J I as«f; ^fl- 

SatrS Q^*11<?l£iQ€5— 2. Along withj together 

with. 

g^,@gt_-3. ^— q^^ le© (eqi^)— Sattrajit ( See ) 
Satrajit ( ^§19® — SQ. %9 ) 

€i«icft— 3. © ( q* a. eQ- )— -a^tQ ( gqs ) 

Satfanna Sattranna ( See ) 

Satnjataka ©^^ siOlC^Q <i Q<^^^^ )—^\*^ ©Gi- 
SiJ^^GflQ — A kind o£ meat-Ourry. [q^ — 

e^gsGi 5,^5'"$ ailf ssji^ (S ©9 gq si^ ««> 
G<g>tQ?ivi g,^Q sir^^ "asj^^" ©"j^ ! <i^9q 

^■^ 9l°gq[ <3© <S ©^6Q ^QIQ e9\®^ 
Qq@9l ©€i*l^5 »I« ^^'9!©© — €1QQ0^©I l] 

Satri Sattn ( See) 

€l@'Qd— a. ©— «©9'3€i (GQa) — Sat-samsarga (See) 

Satsaiisarga [Q^-g© «Q05'© ©H-g(a) ^^ q^lSQ 

^t^ aWlft g^^W JqL5€lfi?fll9C? 9GQ G9S1 

Q<q>^(ai^-- ^—^ I QW ©Q9f— 1. To go. ^ I ^q^ 

gad ( root ) q^jqI— 2. To walk, ^ \ Q© 

gQQ\_3. To move. ^ I ^QQIj Ql^- G-J^l 

— 4, To get; to acquire^ 

^QQ©— «•• ^ ( g€;,-fr€tS)j ^«tfcii )'— < I ^^q Q© — 

Sad-gaif 1. Good motion. > 1 q© a^af^ 

(qQ €S — a»*iqg) §^q 21^31 ^l^" — 2. Attainment 

oi a better condition. • I 6}^5I B^SI- 


(3Q— 3' Attainment of a good .condition. 

^ I gQ Q*)99IQ — 4;* Good behaviour; 
good treatment. ♦ | ^^;t QQ^lflj 

qeiqq 89^iq— 5. Good result; good and 
happy end. ^ I q$ — 6. Ijifaeration; 
emancipation. 9 t £gjs; ©q?|^— 7* Final 
beatitude, r I SM^—S. Good-conduct. 
Q t q«5 8GQ q® ^i^Gi sigtQ GqiSQQ— * 

9. The emancipation of the s3ul from 

matter after death, 

Q<^€i€J -^^ C> ( ©^^'5 Q©+si© )— Q^q Qt PGQl€qi9- 
Sad-gandha ©sj Gl©j ^a<Q— -Good smell; sweet 

(aci^©— aoiqa) odour. 

Sad-guna Good quality; noble quality, Q^. 
(gQ ^— aQi^9) go ( «<$'^§')— ^^qq^5?^%— 
(QQ^q_^i— ^1- ^^) Good; having good quali- 

ties> noble. 

g^q^^— q\ 9 ( ©?Ta|j g©^+qj3[ ) — ^sq.^ 91 GQIcii 

Sad-guru «i| Q<n) q.%— A good or wise precep- 

(go Q — SQ'-loa) tor; a. fit or capable teacher- 

g^qg €S>lfci€iflM— 9°, ^^ ( Q^iii; TO+q.^; «i^l ©©^ 

Sad-guru bodhagamya gQ^q^Q^ig eQiyaqi)- 

GJa€f ©flq, SQ^^€^(5r QI919''GS) ^$9|(J gg^i 

gq i^o — ( a subject ) Capable of being 

clearly explained by a fit preceptor 

dQ ^9_g. 4?, — ( ©^y|; eaH-g-s^ )"^^^^ '^^-- 

Sad-gTttha A good or excellent house. 

Sftd-gopa' flIOSr ©1©Q €iiai ©Gasi^L A sub 
(^€^13 — «IOh^9) caste araongsfc the cowherds 
jj^vfytH oi Dhalbhum. [ Q_, — <]q|GO d^SIO 
^fl>i ^qios? aQ qo©i6€ilosQ <. •• oqsq q^ 

-? I ^Gr€Q€IQ ^Q^ ©I eQ€l^ ©I© $699 — 

2. A caste of Sudras or Baisyas in Bengal, 

QQ^gifl— a* 9 ( ©^bij g©^+gq )— e©Q«t9 ^1 €50- 

Sad-grSma 9l«is^ 91^ 91 QQ^ ©1991©^ adigQ 
(ag^jq — aftl^a) aiq — A Tillage inhabited by 
good or high-cast© people. 
g© @1©— GQ. ©— gG^«l* (€^«)— Saj-jfiana (See) 
Sad-jaSna [o — gg^o ©s^qi^qiGQ *d©^+«©' Q^ 


^ 9^ 


( r.i)^f> ) 


9q> 


Sad-baiisa Noble iamily; high family. 

Sad-bakta Eloquent speaker. 

Sad-bandhu Q© — 1. A gocd friend. ^ | 6j9?i|g 
( gc<S; — 1'01^9 ) 91 39© ©^_j-2. A i^al 

friend, 

Sad-basatha (9'^ga— aQ'^^e ) Qiq-- Village, 

Sad-bichara $qQ — Good judgment; just eon- 
(QO^^jQ — aQH^g ) sideratioD; equitable adju- 
(maji^ 9q^ — ^aoi©) dication. 

Sad-bidya learning. ^ i gg^ ^q^i ^i §^q ^ig 

( QQ'Qtl—tsiQMqa ) OCI51Q QSgiQ g<3— 2, A 

scienoe whioh benefits society. *( QIQflieT 

©Q1I — 3. Metaphysical learning, 

€10 9699 — 9". ^— ^ 1 Q-^fl 0G9Q — 1. A pure or 

Sad-bibeka ■ good conscience. ? i 3Q QCv©Q 

( 9O€^©-^0Q«fq^a ) (e<5iei)— 2. Sad-bibechana 

{9Q"e«>^— W. ^0 (See) 

Sad-bibechana(fia) 1, Good or just considera. 
(^c^690«l — a»1 QQ) tion. 5 i qsj q^? q|@q| 
(g<M> ©G*?©^ — ^^, q.*) ©Qi^eS) $p5_^©l — 2. Pro- 
per discrimtnatioD. 

Sad-biutta 1. Good behaviour. 9 1 gSQ^^ — 
(SJ?IQ^^^— ^sg©) 2. Good conduct. q«. (gg; 

— V' ^®^^ *^^ — 1- Of good conduct. 

rounded; fully circular, 

,gQ^^^_g. ^ (osfyi; q®^+q2iJ^ )— «. i gQ^W9IQ— 

Sad-bfutti 1- Good conduct- 5 I €$^q «f!QOI — - 

,{339^ 9@i - ^a^«») . 2. Npble profession or 


( ^O^Q— •a»'«^a ) liyelihood; hoaeat busiaesB_ 
*> 1 €lQla«l|0 gg 9G^9— 3, A very good 
commentary_ ts \ Q^q Q«)©- g^;^q 

eaQfli^s? q^S*? 99^^ — 4.A commeatary 
containing descriptions of good people. 

Sad-biutti bLak «§, pg; QQ^qsjQ© w; «-fll- 

2. Of good conduct. 5 ■ I S$Q?1 «I9©I 
SQQaQ®!'?) — 2. Pursuing a noble or 

honest profession. 
gQ^QMQ^IQ— q°. Q (gsiiii) — t I q;]©® ^*»WIQ — 
Sad-byabahara 1. Good or proper •use, 
( W^^ISJ — a»*l^9 ) ■ ^ I €$®5I Ql©-?!® — 

2. Good treatment. * I ^^q aS'S^si — 

3. Good condact. -tfi g^ican ©!Q«IQ ^raoOl 

4. A noble profession; a laudable or 

honest business, 

Sad-byaya —Expenses incurred iov good pur- 
(aqQ^Q.i^— eag©) (flQisq — ao*j^a) poses. 
C1Q^Q^I9MI«»— g°, «> — <. I €J^q ^ea ©tlSlllOQfi)— 
t?£id-byakhyaaa 1. Good and clear explanation. 

Q^QS! — 2. Description of good people. 

Sad-bhaba Q@^«| — 1. Good ieelin? (between 
(a^Q Q©— ^a^©) persons); friendship; go^d 
terms (between 2 persons); intimacy, 
9 I QQ fl*8;|?i — 2. Good disposition. ^ I 
gifci©l_3. Honesty^ uprightness. ^i 
f ^©|. 95> ©1—4). Gentlemanliness^ 
civilityj courtesy. k ( g^^ g'Q — ' 

(a^^i — ^a^©) 5. Existence; being. 5> I 

qQ^^^ (SQ«)— 6. Sad*biutta (See) 9 I 
(q^^lQ— aoi%a) q^^^ (GQa)— 7. Sad-brutti (See) 
goqjO-^"- ^S— (gS),+%€))— ^ I- «JS)M— !• True, 
Sidbhuta ^ I 9ffll£r-2. Rea] 

(ag^.^©-^^«) i^^^, q^^^9-a»M^g) 
ciQ— 3, (q©^. a!^=a9i+^9. a)— t I Sli$— 

Sada 1. Profiti acquisition, ^ \ (+©rfT a)— 

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SQ©< 


«© <^\'^ ^^^ ^9jSi a^ft ejfiiS)^ (eeii — 

?Q9«>)— ^^q; qid— Good; noble. (^ — 

g<q» agQ qsq g © I 9G!«iiia. ^ciQ© I) 9 — 

«iJ " (GQS)— Sadha 3. (See) 

Sadaiisa Qfijgg — Having teeth^ toothed. 0— 

V I «^ ni — 1. A pair of tongs, > i (©^yaJl. 

fl®^+a»€l) gJ^q^Q— !• A good portioa, 

t^adamsaka Having tooth; toothed, ^ — 

1 I 0*91 — 1. Crab. 3 I g^^pj9— - 

2. ToQg_ 

Sadamsa badana fSl^lQ)— (<39l€? q<? Q^^^^QQ 

^Cranfe; heroD* 

Qiasi ) — g^©; gQ; as)^^^— Meetings 

association3 coiaaiuittee; assembly. 

QQ€J© — CQ- (QQh) ©• (9^ QQP®)— gQ^ Q© (SQa) — 

Sadagati Sad-gati. (See) ( g^— q|^<S) €QIC9 

qaQ© 1) 

Sidajnaaa . Saj-jnina. (See) 

Sadaj&ani Having spiritual wiadomj versed 
^W^Sit^ ^5^mft in metaphysics or 

phiJosophy, 

CtQO-- ««. ^ (9IQ^. £iiq[^=-9Ql + ay©QSi ^Q| erf aQj 

s KfToa QQ=i g\^i e^s^i ^u QQ^i^ QiEi^) — 

C I Q3j q?j aiQCij ^iggio— 1, House; 

residence; abode. ^ | (+g|. ao) co— 

2. Water, w» I (+^9*a©) qeQI'5i85).Q9!Q — 

3* Sorrow; grief; dejection. 

Sadanushthaaa 1, Good work, y | €Q9^©gQ 
(3Q§>^i©l*-®|i. ©^) 9iaS ^f a§)<|tO-2, A 
[qQ§)f Q — ©#• ©«?] work cr establishment of 
public utility; a public institution. 
€IQ98QQffl—3'Q (©rfy^—qid^^— Pious or good 
Sadanta^karana hearty Oa- gf ( M*^ q ) — igiy 
( QQ98©Q«I~^1 ) f^qq^— Having a good" 

heart. 


Sadaya ?p^qi^)— f, i Qqiqq^ Qq|^. Q!^|gil«j 
(g^i^l— ^1) ^31^—1. Kindj merciful, j [\ asiQ' 
['SiQ*^ic[ — 9991©] <^8S16Q QfOQ — 2. Compassion- 
ate; sympathetic. «» I Oi^ig<J— 3. Full 
of kindness, p— ( ?!o^=^^q + ?iq= 
QfcJIO) — ^^Q^ Q^ — A good or beneficial 

rule. 

Sadayata Mercifulness. 

Sftdaya prakruti Kind nature. 

Sadaya prakiutika 

Sadaya prakrutika (q*)^) — Compassionated 
(^^% g^Q^l — ^1) of kind or merciful nature. 

Sadaya byabshSra Kind or sympatbetio 

treatment.- 

Q<qiq Q€) — 9°. «>— (®5^di) ^ I ^91© a?2i — 

Sadaya bhaba ,1. Merciful condition, 

5 I Qi^iqg QtQ^lQ — 2. Kind treatment. 

gQq §^Qq_e. O — (Q^tll) — QJ^lflq ©^ — ^ind 

Sadaya hxudaya heart, c^. 8"— {Q^^^) i3l9!€i 

(gQi^ 9 Qi^l— ^1) 9^9q Qs^ia^ agS— 0£ a kind 

heart; kind-hearted, 
gQgq — g|. 9^ — (855'*) ?!Qq (eO«) Sadaya (see) 
Sadaya [€^— Qfai^ ^S-i^Q 99 © ^>9Q eg q^^ ©Q . 

5f^ gieq, ^q^J! flSQ 90^ dO"" eg ^gq Gflioiest 

^«IT g^ gqiSq ! ^B e96Q9l€ia«!9 ] ^—Qi^l — 
Kindness [^ — £«©« fld^S^^ m^% ^^ 

eiQQ— G?€<?. ©^— { a. g<?Q^ ) — (t. I gtt|05 CH^- 
Sadara 1. Chief. > | g©!^.,; ^i^^^ q\<^\ qg, §^9 5. 
^^ iai'tf)! afl^t? ^CeQ ac^ — 2 Public; patent, 
^^^ that which is visible to the public. 

3. Central (in respect of the adminis- 
tration of a country); relating to the 
capital or head quarters of a country; 
situated at the capital • e | Qg8g 

4. Outward; outer; external, x i qoq 
<!?l§aS9 a^g© — 5. Situated on the 


9QQ9^ 


( r»5>* ) 


99Q QgQl 


outside or exterior of a residence 
[^. 9Q 99 9© 9Qa QQ^ B<\g flai ^^a 

(flET^S;? — ^Qq©) giQ— 1. Administrative head- 
quarters of a District or Division or 
(sierafi^ — Qaqa®J Province, j i q^jaicg— 2. Capi- 
(aOS)— OE^®) tal, «n I ^QQ Qi^ Qia— 3. Exte- 
rior of a residence. « | §©| fi^QiQ Ql 

fii,€llQ asa 9ia — 4. The ontcr side or 
exterior of a cloth or dress. » | Q9Q— 
5. A town [q^ — <§ «Q q'q© qgiSQ fl« 
gspf 3 C^QH—Sadar) ^ 

Sadara andara Ot^QI-Si (§ ^lGQ9P!lQSf Q@QI 

^Tf^'3^*i?r^ ^^K^9^^ 9|fil— 1- The onter an^ 

inner apartments of a house. J I 

Outside and inside of a thing, 

Sadara aphis Q9«^qiQ giaSlOi^—The office 
^!r?^f^^ ^^t«fftiCT at the head quarters, 

Sadara apbisar g^Q <$|®q; g^a q=?^qi€i Sj©- 
>[W5^^7|?j ^^CSjf^OTJC Qif^g — A'^ officer at 

the headqu?.rters. 

9QQsi(2i])flQ— 6W6Q. Q— (a: gqiQ^ (5 gi. a^Q) — 

Sadara aia)aial» 9?©16iQ' 99Si ©S^^6^ 91 

^^Q ^\ Q^qg — The ministerial oifficer 

at the headquartet. 

Sadara amlna t \ ©Q «|g ©qqiqiq^ ^^_^ 53:1]©- 
^^ ^f[?T,«^?: STJftsr qi©Q> (S^Qg^ g^io ml? — 
1. The bead surveyor, j \ gq^jlQ^ gqjQ 
«©a6Q ^VI afil»~2. The snrvayop who 
works at the headquarters of a 
Zamindar. «| Gaiq;;^ a^ftSQ €WI© 

qp^Er^)— The civil judges who were 
exercising the jurisdiction (under the 


Moghal gOTernnfleat), now Tested in 

the Munsifs. 

g^Q fm aiQ{ §i )— e^^cQ- ^-( ctu ) — cfliasj 

Sadara amina ala(lla) ^IQ^I^IQ* «q«GQ 9^19 

The Chief Revenue Judge of a District 
under the Moghals. 

Sadara ala (11a) ©SIQ gQQSQ 91 G©5>^Gq €>q(^ 

'^^ ^Hl,^^?: mm sqqici] q^qq ge^i© 91^^ - 

[gQ^Q (»!) - -aps^a] The highest Civil Judge 

at the District headquarters under 

the Moghals. 

flieo eaia^i flg,i%«^oi§ gasq Qaiq gq? 

9^^\QQl ^9GQ<;^g'ft|SQ Gg?> Q^9fiiQ|€!- 
«'^^efi» 6 eiggil (gift ^iRevenue) g»si^, 

99^919 ©GsftcgqiGQ -j^gGQ i eg gqs^GQ 

G«i«^ ^t^gi^^IQ" <?q9 QqQWqiGQ GOCiQ 
(Civil) (S g^e^ig (Criminal) g^Qflj 
$?_^SGQ I qggfi^GQ aiGQ aiso Gsa^' 
«i^«OqlSO Q^gGQ GQqio^'oiwi', g?QQ 
Gais 9i©«G g<;iQ b^q^^^iq gQQSQ 
Gi355 gal© Q^Qga q^^gs^ aiQ- gqiq 
«^? 69|Q9iQ?iQ <i aS^^iaa QsloQIGQ 

giqiQ G99N aQiQ© ^q 1 ^qs« Qsre^iQ 
(^ffilQ n«*tiQ«i eig»(^ q^sj q^q^ g^^gq®- 

q|G» ^gO® «>€) ^9IG©S© «>SlQ«>qiQ^Q. 

Q9fy 9€j9^'oQefij I giQ^a gQ^i 3Pl»qiG» 
'?®'ciiQ 5^oaer; gi9©Q ^g^Q a^i'^ico 
9^qi» ^g^®©* ai§^ <5 siqsq g'i^Q 

*GQ9IQ) Sl©lft»' ©^qiQ ^91QG©li'^ QG* I 
gi^QSJ '«!a' (village Munsiff) sai Q^3IQ 

G>cr ^«i€} 6§)fli§ fi^dsaisjag 1] 
QQQ q(<)qi«i— 6'?6'?. © ( a. g??Q {^ £fu <3gei ) — 

Sadara i,(€)Iaka ©|IQ giJ^siqiQ «?9i9^1 9t g^'fi^iQ 
^«f^,l»|t<^t, atft — Part of the country ad- 
^^^«^5n*T joining the capital of a district- 


qq»Q Q€)^ 


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3QQ Q^i© 


^QQ 9©(eQ)€J — G9€Q. 9 ( CI. gQQ (§ ffl- QOq?SJ ) — 
Sadara kachi(che)ri gQQ aSTfl ; gQQ fl^jsjiQlSQ 
'I??! ^t^H ?f^] qs^q wi€fi:«q— The court op 
^f^ ^^?:<t office at the headquarters. 

Sadar kana(Qu)goi qioq^gQi) — ®*IQ QQQSQ ';>| 

qQQ Q!<;iO^ SQlQ i ^"^^t"^ «l<»peal— Sudder 
3^5f^ ^t^^C^ ^?5t ^TT^ST m Kanungo- 

^efi^ I «q€i? ci-Qpi? gflftSQ 6^a!€Q gesjis* 

qiOQ g'SiMi g^as d <a;?i«Q g^ai ©ea 
oiQ^QGQtGr ae-jlo QpQi% ^o©a' SQigQIO (S 

9£rgfilSi WlSGQlQfllff^ *Q^Q OlQGQIQ' 
C^IQiaiO i GQqiQQ- 9)Q» 0^ 6 912% 6 
QG3IS9JQ GQS 9Q eii^SQ 9)G99Q* 99% 
©l9lGa9«qpi ©ae^ 9QSI fl-^^qiGQ 6Q^* 
QIO OGQI aia^ «|Q QQQ QIO €€1lO 
GQIQQ|<] 1 

^QQ q.(eai) qigi— go'gq- $ -{efi q^Q (^ eri GQiqgi) 
Sadara gu (go) masta e 1 &9qiqq QiggiQGQ 

^^ ?pn^T 1- The clerk at the suddar or head- 
quarters, y I Qji\Q qg.§|-2 Head- 
mohorir [<^ — o^qq qQQ ©<5>§CiqilQ, gQ)Q 

^<i 1] * 

^QQ ®fl|— G9^. 69.^ — ,31 qQQ d gU ©W^j— Q^QilQ 

Sadara jama ci9^G34i§ ' 0l9i ^95 Qa^ — 

JIti?I i^^ The revenue payable by the Zamiudar 

^^ mwi to the Government. 

[o— 9«s? GfliQ^ <S qQ9|i apiQeQ g9i 

fllOQ-Ol^ <3©^| a9IJ^ 9Q9I aiQ* 6G6i'qi69 

^^ Q9e^€GQ GQCtiGO goic^oi^ «Q|$^ 
9Q9I a©«i§ qQ9iQQr 9iq ^is^'ie?© gi€!. 

€1^9 9t§ Q9 919 »C» q©^^€a QQOIQC?- 
0[6Q9I«)«;) Q^gGQrS9G9G9Gfi ©^QIQ^IGO 
€99© (?ld ©99i^l9 91 ;g 910*01^ «©«! 


Sg?5 9€)9I 9#«i<3 -ai^ ^SS) (I g99ISJ £13411 

Q91 a^giGQ GgqioQ'_, ^s^CQ (S 9Qaig 

9Q ei^^GQ I C*9©5|GO ($^«| a^QIO 
9€?9I QSQ GQQ'fllGQ 9!9Q gGQIClC? atlO 
09^fii^lQ §1G«) Gg?1)7i5^ ^©"SqiQ^ G91Q 
gl9l9 9Q GQ^fllQi^GQ sai'J'IQ U<^ CJQ9I9 
'Plfi^9' gef^ I a^^qiffQ-OI^ ©^91Qfl|G;? 
GQQ* «€^i £l9|i^ 9QGQ, ©1^1 Qicf ©flQI*^- 
aiftfi? gG«f 9GQ(9^ (Settlement) ©qciQ » 
€^9 9-7gQ©Qi^ OqQ^Q ©if? 8I9€]Q'9 91 

9i§ 9^ 9!9 sei cis^^sfl^c-^^ 9«q oe^sai^i 

ae^ i ©ifl^Sfl Gi^^Gfl^ fisi^aQ ggg 
9GC|9g(Reveiiue Settleii]ent)9€) ©^9IQ9 
Q9q!»Q Qicf 9©l^iO!^ G9G9 «l©^| Si9iq 
G99, ®I9i ©9^ 9Q GQ^^ ©^QIQQ §19^ 
fllS^9(0| 91? 9i© ClQ^Gq^S^ GQq 'q^Q 
©fll' Ga99'^Q^5Q9^ q£i99 9S)gGflQ(qr 
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€1QQ ai©! — 69. & — ©«lSi ^©ai^Si 91 9999 q'dSi, 
Sadara thana a^aa ^I^QSl, aa^agaG^^ SQaiQ 
=*i^ *^=I1 ©q@ q.fijq ©sT^gi^iiG© Ga^' §1969 99^-- 
^fl^ «n5fl The Police station having jurisdic- 
tion over the tract of country adjoining 
the district headquarterp. 
9^9 Q£5(Gq)©l— GQC9. 9 (a. ^99 6 9S^|©|)_ 
Sadara dara(ro)jft qqq qj^ 0!eiG9 ?!9I9 919- 

(999 <ja9— a©«f^9) Gg^ 919 9I6* 9999 ^' 

^^ ^^TOT The main door or entrance of a 

house. 
€I9Q 9(eQ)91© 219109— 69G9. 9 (a. g99+£T(- 
Sadara di(de)baai adalata G99lQ-f- 99165© )— 

qQ9 G95a» a9iqol ao.on_ q*G99aiGo geiGfl 
BQ9 6Q9ISI aQ!9© J «^ ^« QQ. ^,Q ^^^,Q 

^isf^fcve^ ^ffFTS q©9c^ Q©iq ( G99IQ) eqiQQ 

^< ^n* vt^l^cT 9l9qi9is?0ie^ €991 qq^GQ 
9Q9QI6Q 3l§« 6<9IQ^9I G9i9ieq9<^tqf9£^ 


"WQ'QS^i 


( f-5»S> ) 


gQQ *as;5Q®§s 


'i'lQSQIfeeCi 9Q^® G9Q)— The name ot 
the former highest civil court in 
Bengal, Bihar and Orissa, which has 
cow beea replaced by the Calcutta 

High Court* 

Sadara pithika 91i'^9l€l ggjalo Ol t^aQQ 9«— 

^mi f^^ The outermost leaf of a bundle of 

^13[^ ftfH^TF palm-leaf manuscript account book 

(which is the front cover of the book). 

■€1QQ ff(ea')Q5-"e5GQ- © {n. gQQ 6 eri. EroogJ — 

lladara phi(phe)rasta G^l^g «tlOlQ aQ^SQ^^I 

^a^?r fcf^rr 99, ai^i «iQiQ aQ«iSQ <3*qg e'«'iQej|<i— 

The index attached at tha beginning to 

a book; the table of contents of a book 

attached to it. 

Sadara bord(rd)' gSQSIQ ^©dlQSQ SaC® ^®1 

«^?^|' The Board of Revenue in the capital 

(WQ G;»!a9X*J— giq*i ^o) of a Province. 

■3QQ fl0(e)?iQ— s^w. «• (a. ^QQ+a. qer^iaa; 

Sadara mapa(pha)sala paQQieT* ^90Sl } — 

^^5^^wsr Gqia — I. The town and the 

country; the headquartsrs and the 

ioterior of a District, j \ ^.QlQ ^1 

GaiQlftQ 9m^ 9W 6 €1®Q Qiei— 2. The 

outside and inside of a garment or 

cloth. 

Sadara mahakuma t I ©SiQ QetllQIg q^^^ 

^<: g^^Tr s^^IQAIW— .1. The offices and 
courts in the headquarters of a District- 
-> I fiiglQ^QblQ— 2, The headquarters 
of a District. *• | QQQ 99 €*€i©©j CQST 
qC>^®€l©QGQ ©tlQ qetlia aQ9 O— 3, The 
Sudder Subdivision of a District; the 
Headquarters SubdivimPn of a 

District. 

^QQ aiQq^iq"ai6Q'(95|.C^4Q) Q<?GQ-5HJl«lQ<5»ia.(W«) 
Sadara milagujar Lambaradar ( See ) 


Sadara malagujarl , Sadara jama (See) 

Sadara iokal bo^ (bord)"6q©I«i6Q]9'' )— ©?JIQ 

Qq^Q — ^The Local Board at the head- 
quarters of a District, [^-21*3^^ ^1^^ 
aigsi (Local self-Government) EIQO, 

aQsj ©iq'^ ^^^i i^qe-flj 3Q91Q 'q'sj^'i^aiR?' 

(Municipality) -g^g^ 0€)a9^ <^ flffgi^Q 
Q5 91€fiq|Q -J^Sil aicT ©nSe^i^ (District 
Board) g ^ ©s;as§> i SQlf < Q^IQ flag^Sl 

9Q^««> Q9 6q5l« 69l«^ (Local Board) 
g$96Q 9*1^ G'^tqeiKJ I @@IQ ^<?Q g«^ QQtf 9Q 
^QQl^ £Q^\^^ e^lesj g^Q €^i>li^^G*i9'^ 
GQIQQIO l] 

QQQ aQ®§! ($) SQ^— e^GQ" ^-^( a. ^qq^ <§ q', 

Sadara sab-dibhi(bi)jan 99^9Q»ff^) — ©SIS) 

€i€5©?>Q a^Q*^©— The Sab-division of a 
District which is directly administered 
by the authorities stationed at the head- 
quarters of the District. 

g^Q g^©(6Q)g€J a^g^(Q©€i)— e§GQ,© (a. sQa> 
. Sadara sab-reji{je)3htari aphis (kaohiri) Q'.GQe^l 

m^ 5RCi?i^lt^ "Sif^jf 4-Q\ aa^g^. g-i, gQ^q) ^ 

QQ^ G^9(GS')^€l a|;?i ' J ^ '^ qiCi GQ&^Q 

gggio — Sadar Subregistration Offioe. 

gQQ qs»6Q©%(^, %l)Q^— G?Gq»- © ( a. 9QQ (i CJ% 


Sadra sab- rejishtraCshta, shtr5)r QOGQegflQj 
IWil'RWfify? — ©ilSl qfiaiCBCQ G&^* Ofl%'3i 

Subregistrar of deeds stationed at the 
headquarters of a District-, the District 
Sabrcgistrar, [ <5> — «fi|IQ g©6l<SieQ 
Gefif €$G> at^'ilQ 9^^^ 9tlQ Wi qQ- 


9QQ 49SQ®§1 


( ro^ ) 


QQ^Q^ ^%<Si 


(District Registrar) GQlQiaw l] 

Sadara sabrejistrl €Q©Gg^ggl— ©BIQ g&- 

>IW^>Raf^^ CQ©«BQ «Q^1 «©Q— The Regis- 
^C^^ftfe^^t tration office at the head- 
quarters a district. 

Sadara sar(Ta)barakara :^9^ OQli^ OS^?!QI 
(9QQ q-y^^iQ— a««»^9) Qi«ci ©s^?|c?i q©g 

Q^a'ql — The Revenue Officer who used 

to collect the sums realised by 

Mcffassal Sarbarakars and remit it to 

the Sadar Treasury. 

Sf dara sirasta 9QQIQQ> ^QQ 96eQQ Qi^taq 

^g^^ni^^t ^<<R4t^T 6 C|€!©9^— The office 

and accounts kept at the headquarters 

of a Zataindar. 

Sadara hakima gaio "^l^fl — The Officer of 
5!^g^tf^^ ^J^flftw Head of any depart- 
ment stationed at the headquarters 

or the capita]. 

qQQ— €<»* Q^— QQQ ©I ^©fcilO q«i«1q— Relating 
Sadari to the headquarters." 

Sadari korua OIQQ ©QQ SQ^Q^ 6 Q^a 
QQIQ qai^Q— A form of Chhatisigar^i 
or Loria language spoken bj Komas 

ia Jaspur ia C. P. 

Sadari kola(hla) qcn^ Q6IQ ^Q\§Q — A form of 

Eastern Magahi dialect spoken by 

the Kolhas in the Baitira State of the 

Eastern States Agency. 


eQ90— a. «i— C©^t.i q5>^4-as^'©)-«ta'*^ *3»<^ 

Sadarjana dpi©*©— Honeat acquisition or 

earning. 

Sadarjita Honestly acquired or earned. 

Sadarpa m^K qg— Arrogant; full of 

pride, 

Sadarpare Arrogantly; with pride, 

(gi^ica*'— a©^€5a) 

j 

Sadala — 1. With leaves attached to it- | 

J I a!©9iq§ — '2. With petals attached, ] 

* I ae^ISi ecil^l 9^«- 3. Accompanied- j 
with one's party or retinue. 

QQOOO — e. ©«—( q«q§o + ^o«ift— -aa^iQ Qa- j 
Sadalab»la Q» g^©— Accompanied with: 

one's party and retinue,. — • 

Sadalasa Resin. 

goQQi— G'5. ^— (giol© Q3i)— (^ ae^+S^*^ ) — \ 

Sadasishya qig^— Honest disciple. [^ — \ 

— giol ^ qs^c5©o1«i| Q 
QQg©-QO — ff. ©— 9Qg» eGQsi (sQa) — 

Sadasaj^jSana Sadasat-bibeka (See) 

3QQ© — e, ^€\ ($a^© g90Q; Q©+aqo)— 1 1 9©, 

Sadasat 6 «QO J QQ «i fli^^l. Good and bad»- 

5 I (6*91^) i» 6 QQ (Qg) —2, (VedSnta) 
Materia] ^nd etherial^ [gj — gg^ <] 

qClQ© ] Q— €iQ Oal 6 flOQai—Good 
and bad things; thiDgsgood and bad* 

QQeQ^Q — a. Q (gQTO+«ci©5 ^®)— e^^fl <^ w 

Sadasad-bichara $«i^Q ©^®; ©< €5®?l ©< «'?>' 
(q<990 9CtQ«?-^9«) <19Q §)^€^-i3Diecrimiad- 
' tion between good arid eviL 


^'^QQ^ ^€99 


( to9^ ) 


9Qie*S)^ Q]^Q^ 


Sadasad-bibeka «<j q^^ 9<] gQ ^ g;^^© ,©10 — 

(qqt^^ Qe^a-— .94. g*) Knowledge about or 

disorimination between good and evil^ 

power of discriminatioa between good 

and evil. 
€[93«;©eQOOi — ?, © ( gQ39^+©69©QI )— TO9© 
Sadasad-bibechanS ©G90J€{^fl 6 flQ^ySQ gS^Q 

Ascertaining what is good and what is 
evil; diBoriiuinating the good from the 

evil, 
g^g^-^. ^— V I 3Q« ( eQsi )— !• Sadab ( See ) 
Sada9 9 t 9^—2. Assembly. 

Sadasya «51,©»lq — 1. Relating to an assembly, 
j> I qiqi©© — 2. So3ial/e,©qf (3<5*\+'^QI 

%aQ aaGQ. ©)— <i 1 a^aQ^; «Q« 9S$i— 

1. Member ot an assembly or associa- 
tion, 9 I Q^\9 a»eQ 9y9€(l *^''9i ^*- 

gftesi 6^a§« Geis^" ^''^ ait^ a§^i«» «^ 

2. A person who^e duty is to point out 
the mistakes^ if any, committed by per- 
(g^^it — ^1) eons performing Vedio 
sacrifices. 

^1 019© *'q9 ^a^, ©IS? 9ii^^Qq*i ^^Jfifl; 
■O-^lS? 0|qi^Q.*a€l^§i' l^®^""' 6«»il3l« QQe?>> 

^i '©Q,aiQ©' G9ig yq geq^cci^ qi^iq^i 
©Sj?i6© i^^QH cefii Q'*9 96^«>§i 91 'wa-t'eoieu , 

G^a, GQgj'oiGQ ©^t 6 «5iai€i© ©3«1 a© 
QGfii ll G"?!, ©— Vl§^qi©£? <?G«i9iy ^e€l9 — 
A family -title oi Brahmapas* [<^ — 
erO©« GQeilQK GQ, GQSf^'lQft^ G©1«9 QSP- 

q^<9 aes' 9«»G€j *'gQ9i* ^gs ©qo G9I© 

Gg§ Q0l^ 8l©?i€Sl, 0!Q€) <?aiiQ<^lGO 63^ 

qQa^ e^aiy ae^i ©rs ^gct a^^i9^ ©^Be§; 
qi« (ji«s ©ai^ 'OvitftS' fl^G^ aGfl©©" see© 


QQI— g. a— (g^4-©fOIGef, Oi)— -1 I 5iqH5.|;gcj6QGO— 
Sada 1. Always. 3 I a©fliq> ^G9 — 2. Conti- 
(qQIQ— BQI^a) cually. m \ ©qqiq 9©|6a— 
Wl ^r^ 3. Perpetually; in perpetuity. 

GQ, ©— ? I ( q* ) qQI©C? 6 q<q>lS©Q 
a^^lt^qef© ©IQOiq 1. Name for calling 
Sadananda and Sadasiba in famili- 
arity. 5 I qwi ( €Q«I )— 2. Sadba^ 
(See) giGQ". (fift©a) ©SI— alQI — White. 
QQI ©10— GQ- ^-1 I 95 qgq— 1- AH time. 5 I 
Sada kaja ©©o|o — 2. Perpetuity, GQ* « • 

(9oi©!6ft"-ao'( ^ . ©^, ^9) ©«— ^ I €«^o; WQi 

'Hfl^t^ 5^^T —1. Always* 9 I ©©©iQ—aicT 

2. Perpetually. 

QQia©— »-Q® (^©|==9©QI+GiQ QI^IQi 9^51©)— 

Sada gati g^^i a ©gift —Perpetually moving; 

^^ ^f^m^ always moving, g- ©— t I Ql^y 

a©3-"l. Air. -> I &S— 2. SuD. « I as[i — 

3.The soul; the spirit. »l (a^-ii^l^©) q9~ 

4, Freedom. «l Gale — 5,Final beatitude. 

9 I («^^j^) QQeq^k© — 6. God . GQ- ©— 

a©si$ a«©— Continual motion. [^'- 

©eg G©1©Q SQICIQ G^© GQtQ I QS* 

C$G©<sia©(di^ 1] GQ- ©£)— ^9 ©99ei<^«- 
Carrying or causing liberation or final 
beatitude, [6$— ©G"? QQ©, ©69 saf GG^ 
qQ|©a \ ©«, G?G<59l€l©01^ l] 
QQIQQ— €?€©, © (£Ti. G9lQlQ©J — 9^Q} ^QQI^Q — 
Sadagara Trader; merchant. 

gQ|G^_€©6Q. © (sri. €9^Q1Q^)— a^^lGlQj ©llfei; 
Sad3(»ari G©9lQ^^"siness of a merchant^ 
Wt'tt^ <ji^ T * T ( t trade; commerce* 

e?6©. ©«i — ©1^©** QSi«li^ — Relating to 

trade, 
€IQI9Q€1 — 9**- © ( ©^^'i a©^+«©Q« ) — t I gid 
Sadacharana ©M©<$|Q- €^^?l ClfilO^C? — 1- Good 
(aaQiOQ^ -©ago) conduct. y I €11$ 4 S€S 
©*!©©.© — 2. Gentle conduct; good be- 
haviour, 
QQIOQQ QlflQ(©)— GQ. © ( q^ qQI©€l«+9!. ©I^C^^> 
Sadacharana jaiaiD(ai) (©©cja)— <J©8<i©6Q ©19 » 
^m^^ ^^ S© «Oil«iQ © ©Q €«9 6 8^ ^©G© 


S^JdS^^^^9l 


( rojo ) 


qQI 91^ 


qiee^i^CQ^' ©IflQ 9<g>a QQ^—Bail or 

security taken by a magistrate from a 
wicked^person to be of good behaviour. 

SadScbarai^a mu(mo)chalika qGQ.©!) — <^^ ^*\^ 

agreement or recognisance bond executed 

by a wicked person before a magistrate 

to be of good behaYiour in future. 

Sadachara q«jq^|Q— 1. Good conduct:. J I 

(aQQi^Q— §0gsi) eiqes)© ey qi^'q— 2. Appro- 

ved usage. • | €l|%9§0 siqQ— 3, Con- 
duct approved or enjoined by the 
scriptures. v | ^^^SflW© ae-^^ — 
4* Virtuous course of action. « I 9!^ 

5, The conductor course of action of 
good and great men. [q — 51§>?§OieQ 38 

elbJj^^M^Qi^Q- ?iOQ^% 90i€lQ €Oig^l<I t 

QQ@9f aoe^f^ ^QiqQ Q9§) I «1Q^^ ^^ 
6 9Q®I6€^ ^910*3 o^9^ 9Qicie}> q^SQ 
^^QH g9iq.Q gp Qf © a§ I Qfli— G Wlaiqpj 

SadSchara nirata '^qgq Qa 691QSK3— Purau- 
ing a virtuous course of action. 


QQiqQQOj99iqQ©^, | 
fQ'Gl^ 8qi^«l, 3915^^ €li« ) * 

«Ql€lQ Q©f, qQiejQ ®Q©|^ g<5i€i3- 7^ 

Sadachara nish^hS ^^Q %1^a — The feminine 

form of Sadachara nishtba 9* 9 (dQi^Q 

^©^i; 9??1o© ) — aQi^Q g© ao«fi99— 

Reverence or respect ior approved course 

of conduct. 

99iqQOiQ^— a- ««■ q*( 9Qi€iQ4-a& aefea «©^. 

Sadachara ban ^q|. ^9 )— 9©I^g ( 6Qei ) 
(gQIsiO^g — 4l) Sadacharl ( See ) 

g*wqQ ©qS©— ^"* ^^ ( "i^i «^^ )— S9teis<€j a®(?Q 

Sadachara bigarhita ( Q!€fi ) — Opposed to 
(QOiG^Q Q§^ — aOi^a) approved usage. 

Sadachara bihita Q© — Conformable to app- 
roved usage or conduct. 

dOIQQ ©gw— 9'. Q^» g; ( •'qi «©^ )— €0 gqiisj© 
Sadachara bibina &|qc> QGQ 0|&*— Devoid of 
( 9QiqQ ©gosil — © ) virtuous actions- 

( goi«iQ Q^^j 9QiqQ ?iio— aoi^a ) 

{ QQICIQ ©*a9l, 9QiqQ Q§«l, 9QI«IQ <aOI— ^1 ) 

Sadachfira bhrashta GOfif Ql^ gQI©Q^«*1|a 

( gQiqQ Q^i — %1 ) ooaS'— One who has 

deviated from virtuous line of conduct. 

QQiqq— r. 9<i. g: ( ^^iqQ+as «a*eQ q;?^ e.pi. 

Sadacharl t9>— 69 *9mQ 91 9lti^a©Q^ ©SQ— 
(flQI^Q^I — ^1) Practising or following a 

virtuous course of action. 

gQI©<(Gq)— SI. ©^— 9991 9!^q§— Alwajs vic- 

Sadajae(ye) torious, 5'3, 9 6 a, — 99QI «q— 

^5f1 ^5 B^ ^S^ Constant victory. [ Q^ — CQeS© 

sioIq eaiQS) ciQ'fe^ cRsQ^ieQ ^99tmt 
«Q < 919*1 e<)9^9i €99i9)<i i ] 

gQi 9'^— C9* ( 9iq ) — giQl«> 6fn 99 ©ea-a— 

Sada jaya The name of an ancient Oriya 
yw\ W mi 3m poet. [ o — 4§ 99 9IQOI gQ^ 

flCTQI ^€) 6 9qQ|g© Q9dgeG^^9}Q^l. 

^gQ 9I$Q1Q qQQ|9 I ] 


*«Ql©fi». 


( rm9K ) 


3QI Q^^ 


Sadatana ?, | ©Qaiq^l; ®©1; TOIQQ— 1. Perma- 

{gQI©Gl — ^1) nent; perpetuah eternal, j | a^ 

@](^ — 2. Continual; incessant. Q-. q— 

0| QrQO <?lfl — ^T^ epithet of Bishnu. 

Sada toja ( 696! )—l. Rasna ( See ). > | q^l 
•ag (eos) — 2, Sada oira ( See ) 

Sadatma Oi^lC^; ^^»- ^^ )~^'^' 9Q589Q«— 
Having a good or noble heart. 

SadS dSna «69 0I9IO|^)— ^ ' ^'^^gl— 1. An 
infuriated elepbantj an elepbant in 
his rats. 5 I ^^QO 9g1 — 2, Indra^s 
elephant. «> I OGeia— 3. The elephant- 
headed eon of Siba. vi (fiOiqlg?; 991 + 
Q\Q ) «Q1©^©; filQQ©.^. Charity; dis- 
tribution of alms. 
Q<3H ^©(GQ)— e*?, •?• ©^— '^ I ^$PS<? — 1- Every 
Sadadina(ae) day. 5 I ^^ Qfli^eQ— 2. Al- 
*R f^;? ways. [ ^—qg, Gfll fil^O €$9 ol<?Q, 

^jwda €$§ S<!?eQ QQi Qco QQ— aid. g^jGoalei ] 

Sadanacda Q^^g )— ©Q'* 99^9 — Always 

(gQIQQl— %1) merry; perpetually joyful. g% 

^—t. 1 ^^ — 1. Lord Bishnu. 5 1 §©; 

991699 — 2. Lord Siba. ai | ^§; 9Qfl|qi 

— 3, The Divine Soul pervading the 

^W]^^ Universe, g«. ^, 9.' — GQ®<? Q!fl^ 

^^7¥C^ . A name of males. 

■QQIOQ Q^Sdl 5^1— eO- Q (Q.q)— ^i^a fl9!QlQ 
Sadananda kabiaurjya brahma Gag ^CIQ Q9^ 
91® C^Ct^lQ €»€»■« ^i§^ et?"!^ «S1 — 
A Brahman* and BaisUnaba pcet of 
Nayagarda state oE 13th century A. D. 
r Oj—< 'oifl©Qiq^^ ^GgaasiqQ' 6 
'GQW?^' S^© S2€J Qetf®i— ©09©' giolo 

■^919© Q^QIQQ — 69. €>. (Olfl)— g«i''QlSl 91Q€Q 9^© 
Sadananda saudagara g€^9ICIQQ ^\ 9^<?^ g«Q 
(gQlQQ CqTqIQQ— aOf%9) »|9I— Name of a 


^1^ C^^'3^ trader mentioned in one ot 
5l^W^^ft^T*lt the 'Sfttya Plra F51a' songs. 

39190 fQq — «. Q^- q.» (9^^193 ^Qi»*J? se* $9^ 

SadSnanda hjudaya QI9I9) — 9991 a90flq; 
(g9lOO $9^1 — il) g^eoGO a^lt ©^ — Always 

joyfulj al-ways merry. 
g9l9Si— 3'. © ( g9!=«9'gG9€9+9^'=9<^*9 ) — 
Sadaaartta stSftGKBl^ 990913 9690 — The 
blue wagtail (bird) e. 9«. ^ — 9^91 
(99W^| — %l) (?9''9!'g — Constantly dancing, 

€I9IC3Q— g*". © ( «»9*sl,§i 991«3«'9H-«lSi— 99 
Sadanira g|gq ) — 90* 699Q 9QG9l«tl M5 

( 99109991—331^0 ) 99G0li^l ( G9ei )— 
Karatoya, (See) [(^ — gg^ ggeQ q^ gq| 

€)I9^ q|96Q 9919AI gd^; 9^ < Q9 Q9gQl 

g9|QQ0— 9», 9^, q!— 99'QI n£<3> (9*^9) — 
Sadanugata Always subservient (person), 

(99561©!— il) (g9i9a9H — ^) 

e9iqS— 9-. 9 (9<5g^^5 991=3^ Q^GQ q.^ ffG* 

Sadapushpa Q19I9; 99^91 ^fj^g) — ^ I 9l'?!69ft 

5593 9^a€IS — L Cocoanut tree, 5 j dffll 

ag*^Q9 — 2, The whito variety of 

Calotropis Gigantea plant,^°. 9^* %* — 

(991^^1 — ^1) 99*91 m<i<^ (<5aQ®l9)j 9q^ Q^GQ 

ia§9 ffQ get— Flowering in all the 

seasons of the year. 

€I9iqSl — 9% 9 (991 gi+9^. ,Q9J ^q|» «9)— 9^19' 

Sadapushpi ^gj. ©|^ aGJ^l Q9 (9§^l«l) — 

The red variety of Calotropis Gigantea 

plant. 
QQig^— G9. © (eiigqi9. £»5T3q99;y99 9IC)9Si 
Sadaprabhu 9^919 21969 ©i&j9 39 ) — 
Wf«t^ ^^WS 9®G«^9; 99199 a^ — ^^^ 

Eternal God. 

9M 9^9 — 9«, ©^(G9'^9^;>»^(9<$%9, 991=99*9! + 

$ad& prasuna g9^=q| 9I9IQ) — 99^91 giqg 

(99i99j9l — ^1) (9a)— Always flowering. g°, q — 

^ I 6q9®9 935 ^dPI 98— L A timber 

tree; Indian redwood, y \ «9^ QS — 

2. Calotropis Gigantea. ** I %0 ^^Jj (^9 

©Q^)--3._A flowering shrub; Jastninum 

Multiflorum. 


<iQ)€r;d 


{ r%93 ) 


qQl<9<^ 


(g^ICTftl— ^1) f^S)^ (Tree) Bearing fruit io all 

seasons. 3. O — C I QI^GQfij Q^V 

(eaofll)— 1. Cocoanut, 9 ! Q*^?IQ (CflOQl) 

—2. Fig. « I ^ 5 eO«5 (©SitlQ) — 

3. Marmalos fruit and tree* 

Sada pbalS gg^iQ QiQQ^^ <diQ9«t OIQQ^ — 
Sftt ^a® Q|fl— 1. A variety of brinjal; Sola- 
Q«l. QQ*tl, niam 'Melonga — variety Escul* 

2, S olannm Indicum, • \ <iQgOi6j€rQ — 
^5^raf 3. A kind of flower. [ (^_<|9| c>l^j 

iaQlQ@i^_tO. ©. ( e. QQi^O )— ^ I 9<?<?l QIO— 

Sadabartta 1. Constant bestowal of gifts- 

'Pff^^, ieT^T^^ -> i ei<g©j— 2. Giving of doles', 

cha-itable distributioa of rice etc. 

s^©^ 6 Qio GQQi^s q«n orf— 3. Pious 
act of giving shelter, iood and alms 
to the poor, the beggars and mendi- 

cants^cbarities. 

QQI©^^ (li)^©©!— SQ. §.— GQ©i^ «QqO G09I — 

Sadabart ta(Ttti)deba To distribute food, 

^nft^^S <p^ shelter, money and alms; charitably, 

€IQIQ@i'(^') flO— €Q- © — «C)Q© flCJ ea€^' POGCi 
Sadabartta(rtti)matha qqiQ® a©g ;§ 6?QQ1- 

€596^ ^^ ©(jSiaw— Charitable endow- 

meute. 

SadSbartta(rtti) sampatti giQs? CQaief «8l 
^ti^ I'^^j^f^fe T^f% 8iQffl|<!— Property 

^^W% ^TPlfe endowed for charitable purposes; 


[9^1© ©(SJ) WfiJ— a«>"iQ0] charitable endot*?*. 

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eQi9€i — 6«?» © — WQI wcriQl, 6jaia1,o«>iq (Se^qcil- 

SadSbartti qiQQ*^ ^tQQQ 6Q»9f^S d^9^ — 
>tHl4^ Pious act of giving shelter, food and 
^El^n^ *lo»s to the poor and beggars and^ 

mendicants, e^^'^^. — aQI^O 85i€?lq— 
>Hf1^'^, ^?ra?if Relating to charities;cbaritable,. 
QQie^Ca— e*9- «^* — ^1 g<?l9# 9a^filq"l, Rela. 
SadSbarttia J^rl^; ^I^SRif ting to chari- 
7|?i;^'3<sn^> ^nn^)§^^m^ tiee. y \ «Qg©a^, 

60€r«ICQ «??'»0|Sj ag!^, ©IQM 6 QSi g9«. 

©Qg — 2. Living on the charitable gifts 

from others. 

Sada bi(behari Q^GQ Q€^ )— aq'^©!© Effii (i 
f^^"" fe^, ftftt^^ €IQ — Myrtle; periwinkle. - 

«^T«I5K Vinca Minor; Yinca Alba an^j 

CTI— qR^-€)-erQCr Yinca Rosea, [q— ' 

(«^^0*»I9 — ffQCrlaQQ) <^ q» 6Q® 9ld 9^Q- 

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. qGQ? GQai<f 9ie^9i sio i <§ ctqg gqM^ 
a© »I9* I] 
gQ! e9»— gq. o. (ag<$ qg'^iq) -g^ ©fQ. g<5!©ia— 

Sada bela ^^^ ^t^ AW time . 

QQIS€»SO— €Q' ^ . Q^— g^ Ql; fi^ ^9SJG0 — 
Sadibeie Always; at all times. { ^ -€ig)9^ 
'i^l^. ^I9XX G-^IQ Q€J qQiS^G® ^IQ I Qlol* 

QQIQO— a. Q ( 9QI='3©OI + ^«=g^'1©!^ ) — 
gadabiata q | £ftQ^ — 1. Charitable distri- 
bution of cooked rice to the needy. 
y I g'J^IVQ'j gQiQlOj «Qg®^— 2. Chari- 
table distribution of rice and food and 
alms and giving shelter. 
QQlQ©— GQ, 9. 6^61— QQ|?gj'^(GQa) 

Sadsbrati ^Sadabartti. (See) 

g<?iQ©a— GQ' Q«— sQi^^^a (gqsi). 

Sadabratia SadSbarttia (See) 

Sadabhadra Gambhari (tree), (See) 


Q0ts9 


( ros^m ) 


<aQi99 ^gt 9i9^9<^ (<^9i*=)€9i3i2)ii^)- 


SadSbbaba flQ.OO (eQ«)— Saditana. ( See ) 
SadSmuai (aefl^^Qi ($ efi^SIQ ^fltil 99Q9 ^^e>dv 

(QQieiaicil— w^^g) a(?«5i,<3» «Qg)'-A house- 

bolder who practises abstinence in food^ 
drink and sexual matters^ a householder 
practising continence, 

Sada jogi 1. An epithet of Bishnu. 

5 I SQI q^* (€Qei)— 2. SadSmuni (See) 

Sadara 1 | <a9*i>l^— 1- Acoompauied with or 
pined by one's wife, f \ gj^iq '^l«53l— 
2. Having one's wife living, 

Sadalapa oeii©|^l— 1. Polite talk^ friendly 

(gOlQlol §)^qf) conversation. } tTC©eil(eQ3)* 

(aQlvftl9Q— 0^. ^1) 2. Sat-katba. (See) 

gQlilGP O— ft^- ^^, q— S^i^© «fiJiqg— 

Sada sankita Alwaye apprehensive. 

Sad&saya a!<5!Q)— q^teiq; g^Qi^; Q»«e©®'8— 
(gQIQqi— ■^1) Magnanimous} noble -EQindedj 

[gQ!€ls^®I— ^] hig:b-mioded. 

Sadasiba f 9^§iba. eQ. ©, ^^ — €«©«• <^lfl — 

37(flf*l^ ^^rfsn^ A name of males. 

QQl€l Q CQti^Q^H- G«- ^ (0*9) — :Slfl O §gQ9l9l 

Sadasiba bidyabhushana ^q'I^ e^gsli^ ^^'^^ 

fl^® — A late Oriya Brahmin Pandit of 

Berhampur oi Ganjam district. 

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Sadasiba misra 'ft®l» c;i§^ Q§«> — Late "Pandit 
Sadasiba Misra, Brahmin Pandit of 
Puri district. [^ — (S©«lGQ, ©S€ra©l 

9^'QSq|Q« 99Ga@ 91919*1 9Q^Gg) I O^Kf 

Sadasiba misra kabyakantha 
(mahamahopSdhy%a) <S§)€IIQ ^IQ^Ifll 959"© 
^9® ^Qlf] C^l^^ e§9 — The late famous 
Brahmin Pandit oi Orissa. [9^ — 

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gadSsrita tiQ^ 99* 0€i aa^—L Ooe who has 

(9QlC©i — ^) taken shelter nnder a good man, 

9 I (9<3H-«lfl"©) (6^^9 ©H^qrQ) 39 Q! 

afiiaialQ— 2. Always dependent oa. 

€IQ1 g^Ql— 6«?. ?- ©^ {<^^^ q9©Q)— t I gQ|. q<?Q|- 

Sada sarbada g^ 6P€« — 1. Always. 5 | ©e^Q 

^^ft^'wl ^^T^l^ —2. Coastaatly. 

fl©SI— 90. ^ (g^yl)— 9I6_Q9I; 91b 9»©Si— A good 

Sadichchha wisb^ honest desire. 

€I^9>— g^ €itf ( 99^+€^5 ) — ^ 1 €5®S» ^G9 cg? — 
Sadukta 1, Well spoken. 5 1 e$9g^g gsa g^^ 
— 2. Properly or rightly said, 
g<^^— g«. 9. (w<;5al) -^ I 91^51—1. Good Saying. 

Sadukti 5 I 9919599:0*? «aP— 2. Sayings of 

great men, 

Saduttara 1. Good reply. ^ I g^gq^ Q^Q— 
2. Proper replyj fit answer, 
g<5GQaM— ^•»- ©, (9^iil5 90^+QGOat) — 1. Honest 
Sadaddesya intention. y | q^©^ S^giQ — 

2. Noble aim. 

9<5QSQ€I— 9V © ( ©^illi 9©^+€^aGq>a )--v J 6^^g 

iSadupadesa gjiQGQfil— 1. Good advice or in&- 

tructioD, 9 I qcrc&QQ aQqgf— 2. iSalutary 

(^^aGQSO — ©^- g.*) advice. 

^'^QG'da Q€^— 9», «S (9<§©1^; 9<^Q69€1 «f Q^GQ 

Sadupadesa garbba ©191^ )— 9*^9693 a ^ 

(^(^9699 Q^% — -ao'J^a) ( G>l9i ) — Full of 

salutary advice. 

Sadupaya . 1. Good meaas« 9 i <^9q^ ^91^ - 

2, Proper means. 


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(^a1— ^1) t. I 3933 ^Q"*; 3$§9 — ^Similar, 
^ I ^aqg; GQIG"'— 2. Fit; fitting. 

Sadruksha gaio; ^Qt —Similar to; resembling. 

Saclius Sadiuk. (See) 

g^si— go. Qtf. q' (g— 9qtQ+'5)€i- 6i^ + o^. a)— 
Sftdrasi ? I goift; ^^^ — 1. Equal to; similar 
(flfJSlI— "^D to; same as; resembliag. 5 \ 6$9qg; 
■[ 3i<5a'», 3$ei©i— P ] 69^-2. Fit; befitting, 

fitting. eQ* a.— 9Q — Likf 

Sacirusa byabastha ©9^1 — Homeopathy; 

^^«t?7^^t the system of Homoeopathic 

llferalftfSlSR fgfe^jHT treatment [q^^<!§ ©991- 
(ai6)Q 9*t9gl <Q 9f 6^3^' <^_.Qm S^^Q 96f;^ 

6g§ Q^^'isj a«iqi«i geqiQ <jig ea§ sqaQ 

Sadrusa Sadxusa (See) 

[^ — €$«9 9©1($ Ql^' ^931, 

— SIOl. QQSO Ql®l] 

■Q§€r— gU a (Qi€»!» SQm)— 9Q3 g'J€l-' Alike; 

Sadrusi ^^ sg^ resembling . 

[^5— «i«)lQ«» ^?j5?§ wa o oia, 

Sadrustanta badi Able to cite similer in- 
stances or similes in speech, ^. ©. ^ — 

CiQgj— A person who uses similes or 

similar instances in ordinary conver- 
sation. 

Sadei "^I^OIft— Name for calling Sadananda 
IWt^ ^^m?^ or Sadasiba. 


gGQSl— ?•«)«. (Qg^^i q — qqi» + e9a)'-t to© 

Sadesa GQ€I9 — 1- Of the same country. 5 I 

95^10 eQfiilg — 2- Of a similar tract of 

country. «> I (q«qs©+€Q€l) gqlag. 

€^QS€»^1 — 5- Contiguous^ adjoining,, 

Sadesaja eQ€l»l«' — Born or produced in the 

same country. 

Saddhaoa qtjaifc^GQ a5b dO — Wealth earned 
honestly; honestly acquired wealth. 

Saddharma An emiaent religion, j \ g^f q 

g^g«|Q 2. A good observance, • I 

G^Qfci^if— 3. The Buddhistic religion; 

Buddhism, [o^—eol^ €116^1^ ^Q^ (qsi, 

(J®, ^Q 4 t)tf) qilGQ a^ <lQOq «IC« i j 

Saddharma bisSrada diTSQ aiQQsfl — Versed 

( g@5? ^ ©€1I6)QI— 1,1 ) in Buddhism, e. © — 

e<>l^ g^^lRKQ €$91^ 9S€1« — Oae of the 

titles of Buddhist saints, 

Saddhetu gQI-a QQ© a©9— (Logic) A propo- 
sition to be proved in which the attri- 
bute is inherent, 

g9lg— ^. 9^, q° (q==y^©+9la)— gla gqs>^o — 

Sadwipa Comprising or including the 

(gCilQl— ^1) islands; together with the 

islands. { Qai— qi^la QQ©?9; Q<yil9| 

«SL^Q) 
gQ«^.Q. ©1 (9Q^ dl?, = Siq<» g€3«l + ai|©55a q?P-, , 
Sadma WQ^ eiOQ Xfll. ^«?; ??§9ifllSO ^Siaief 

<aQ — 1. House; home, 5 I 9|gg5>— 
2. Residence; abode. m\ '^t^i'^Q-^ ea©9 
Qigq9 — 3. Residential house; one's 

ancestral housej ^ 1 (+©^ fl«ijj 3(91 
CI© QGQ) ©ft— 4.. Water. 

QQ*1 "GQ. ^« (^'* gQ^8)— ^®5 ©iQl— Fresh. gQ- a: 
Sadya qQ'tg (SQa) ^Sadyab (See) ? | 
mj ^t^ ©®^S«ll® (e^GWl-a)— 1. Immedi- 
ately, y I S«4S«l a^— 2 Recently; 
freshyl *^ I ^W^IS^— 3, Newly, 


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Sadyauddhiuta qQ<t«3q^^© ( 69« )— Sadyafe- 

samuddh^uta ( See ) 

Sadyah =-€QQ Q<;>3 -091 QOGQ]— ^ 1 38^; 
COjae*; e^QeS; ©^IGO— l* immediate- 
ly; at once, ? I eg@ q.<^6«— 2. At that 
moment. «> | ^^'qiQ qqi^eQ— 3- jAt the 
present moment. « I 6^03^© ©MSQ-^ 
4. On the very day; the same day* 

Sadyahkiuta 1. Recently done. 5 TQSja^l^^ 
(g'9't^©— aff^l^Qj CQ6QI9) — 2, Done immedi- 
ately. ^^ p— t I a©'!! — 1. Appellation. 
5 I 3« — 2, Definition. ^ I OW— 

3* Name. 

Sadyabkriya GQ ©©S€I!C;^ ©I* OGQ — Prompt 
(Q^Ji'Jg ^Ql— ^1) i° doing a work; prompt in 
{W^t 8 i^Ol— «)) action. 

ftadyahkriya ogSQI ae^**^ ^^s^lj «» ^^1 — 

Funeral ceremonieis commenced from 

the very day of death. ^. ©«i. %1 — 3QSI- 

'«^qQ %1 «a— Feminine of Padyahkriya, 

9Q*1S Se-*-Q'-9« — QI*9I O^ja^l^^ £$) 69IQa&(94€01€) 
Sadyab kshata —Freshly wounded- 

Sadyat pakwa 1. Recently ripened. 5 I ©S9« 
9G«>''QIP «g 0IQ?lPf- 2, Freshly cooked 

or dressed. 

Sadyah prasuta Newly born (baby)- 

Sadyah prasdti ggiqi® gc^?*" gg© gQas— . 

A woman who has been recently 

delivered of a child. 

^<>H8 gi£lQQ — g*. Q^— Q®i3«l€;; a&(& 6QCO ^169 

Sadyah pranakara Q«olQg— Immediately 

infufting str'fength or vigour op vitality. 


Sadyah praiiabara 1, Causing instant death.. 
> I e«IQ5» fl!6^ ©Q 6 aJ^gfi^QQ — 
2. Immediately causing loss of strength 
and vitality, [q — g^*- flM*lCGi^l^^l«- 

gQMg ^e — g', «> — sq'is ealo ( SQei ) 

Sadyah guddhi Sadyab saucha (See) 

Sadyah sotha 9191 ©© g^lO 6Q9^£f(aQ <?<>— 
©IQ^fiJ-j *s©@^ (€1Q €-Q^©l)-^Oowhag0i. 
oowage; Mucura Pruriens. 

€10*18 6^0 — a- ©—©©^S^l©^^^. Bg<5» G99IQ 9Q- 
Sadyaa saucha stfiGQ ^<5» 6991 —Purification: 
immediately after the attainment of 
impurity, [g — «© q® 696R ©J ©i«5^' 
6Q€1I^Q6Q go 696«ii ©0^©$^ ^"t^qiGQ 9^|0 

giq qQ-^g ealQ e9cc — a^o g^e, ^09- 

«aiiq 1] GO 9^- 9IQ ^<g QQ ©€)©! Qiq' 

9eQ«-0ne who becomes puriEed im- 
mediately after he becomes impure, 

QI9% <?IQ, ^©t^ ao^cii©^, €fll^q, ©i@©,, 

Q©I, <19ieQ QQ*18eQ?0 ag§^ I <QI€© 34©- 
€9©! fllG^ «J©I<? 9ig q®<3^ ©©^— O^?- 

©©aiq ©tsflie©, e9ifli©^©i'33 Qf^flieo 

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Sadyah samuddhruta — Which has been 

taken up or extracted recently. 

g©«(8 QP«Q^QO«l©— ff.Q— «S©I Qg^l— ^resh batter. 
Sadyal? samuddhruta nabanita [ «>— G^€>^0 

Sadyab snata HaYing bathed immediatelyj 

(gQ^iS Plot — 9,1) recently washed. 

QQiseiQ— 3. «— SiCa^l© ^10 — Taking a bath 

Sadyah stiaaa immediately. [ g— q© 9*ISG* 

9QS) 1 ] 

QQH8 giql— e. ^^. qf — €9 «iq»»» 9 lo ©eas^^ 

Sadyah snftyl One who has taken a bath 

( gQS8 Q iqoi— ^1 ) fecently; jast bathed. 

€1QM ^qi— GQ. 9 ( ^' ^Q^8^%l )— qQi8«qi (6Q«) 
Sadya kriyS Sadyab kriya ( See ) 

qQ*1 ^qi ^QQl—GQ* ^ — q© ^I^G* 9€}VI O^SOI^ 
Sadya kriya dhariba aQq^OQ qsl§ «"i^l 0€?©!- 
5i?T f3F?l ^^ To perforin the funeral cere- 
^^ vii^^h %V^ monies beginning from the 

day of a person's death. 

QQm C^— GQ- © — g9«>t9 gecr gccr CQIalQ— Concep- 
Sadya garbha tion taking place immediately 
•mv^ after the 1st coition.; [ Q — q©*l9C 

^\im G^^iftesi ae? q.8$Qj sq^gq 9q*jq9' 

eQ-jQl^CQl) — GQ. «^ («. ^Q18 8©© )— «© a^lO- 
Sadya p5ti(ti). Q^^Ql — HsYing fallen imme- 
3i5rj9f^t diatelyj which has been just shed. 

^:i Pitt f5Ti, [ €$— «Q<!9:«i q^ 9i^o-aQq CQ©- 
?i5^ fn^ 53TT '^ g^tf^— qyiQia. ai^a i ] 

QQt qi— GQ, P ( a. gQi«H-q| )— g© ffft— Fresh 
Sadya pushpa 'HfJ'^ ?r;W 5:^ flowei* 

«IQ«v fl^T— €Q. Q ( ^- geQfiqs )— g€<5«iqs ( W« ) 
Sadya mukti Sadyo mukti ( See ) [ ^Q— &Q 

991^9 «fla§j 1^9^^ 69® oe — 


gQ*l GSTO— GQ. 9 (^* 9^fl G€il©)— qQII GaF© (GQSl) 
Sadya ssacba Sadyah saacba { Sse ) 

goiq^q". e^. qo (qQ,qj_g)— ^ I ^eQtl©l© — 

Sadyaska 1, Kecently born, ^ | ^qq 

(s^^'WJI— ^1) 2. New^ « I 9^01^3. Fresh- 

esQ"! eowq— «i'* ^ ( 39*18 -i-caifli^ ) — g© 6Qt^5 — 

Sadyo gomaya Recently discharged cowdung. 

QeQfJ siQe© — q*. ^« ( ^i^^M+eiQQ© )— eg ©^ai© 

Sadyo jSgaiita ©q^ QCa§— Freshly awaken 
(^G©il©tg©^— B©*!^a) from sleeps 

ge^Hl ©I©— ^'^ ©^. q: ( «©«*?+©!© ) — M QQ^ilp 

Sadyo }5ta ©cjj G^IG?|;J1— 1. Recently born, 

(fiGQII© — B©f^9) > I ^sWiqa— 2. Newly pro- 

( 9S©1I©I«I, ^e©'!*©!-^! ) duged. 90, 9— ^ I 

©a*s| ©i^gj ©^© — 1. A. newly born 

calf. J I t©^fl§$GQQ— 2. One of 

the incarnations of Mahadeba. [ Q — 

9©5§ ©OG© t©§IO fl<^j Qai— ''6* qGi^^l- 

©loiq ©98 I ]* 

CIGQHl ^Q— g»- © ( qOil-h'?? ) — ©^©1 ^-^ ©Si3^^ fl!^ 
Sadyo dugdha SGC^ ^^f?! 0IQ?i©j "^^ — 

Fresh milk. 

€ieQil^'i©-q*. 9« ( fl9«+P©''© )— ©©g^(©^ 
Sadyo biehyuta g©® — Recently fallen.^ 

(q^n^j©— a©iqa) ^gGQiieoiO, g©.,i«j©— -51) 

QGQMI ^^ — q*>. 9 ( 3QM+^C ) — ©©e^!©, ©9©i; 
Sadyo brushti OS©! agg — Fresh shower of 
(gCQI!©©^, <aG©"ilQ©3'— .ao^f^g) rain. 

gSQ'tiga— 9°. © (jaQ<»8+©gi)— ( e?i?«i© ) pa 

Sadyo brana ©la— Fresh wound. 

^GQM QQI — 9\ © ( g©1l + g^ ) — gG©il©l© ©at J 

Sadyo bhabi ©sTai qi^q; ©^g («QQQ^©l) — 

A newly born calf; a very young calf. 

Sadyo manyu 6©©! SS»la — Anger which rises 
immediately or on sudden provocation* 

3°. m — GI9I 9iscr giea M)y ©:© ©3 a— 

That which produces anger at sights 

provocative of anger, 

^SQII fl€5^ — «". ^ ( ^QTS+qQ^ ) — t I ©SS«) 96^ 

Sadyo marana Of g©| q€a— 1* Recently 

(QG©**! qs^r-3^1%95 occuTred death, 5 | as- 

(«IGQ1iq©— p«) ©i© q^— 2. Daath by accident- 


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Sadyo mSjnsa ^^q'^j ®SS>| ?^l€J*q-— 

Frcsb meat. 

-Q€Qil fl^— ^*. ^ ( «^*« + q9 )— qecr 96cr q^ 

Sadyo mukti gjQQi— Immediate delivery^recent 

("36011^9— 961) releaae. 

Sadyo mruta qQSS— 1 Recently dead. 

" 2. Sud denly dead 

Sadyobata e<?Q 99 69*lft3S — Recently killed 

(9eQil901— Sill) (animal). 9°, ^, e»— afikfi^ 

e'ii'Q 9© CQIC^gQI Q^*— A recently killed 

animal- 

Sadyohata maiiisa fll^a^gs* gi^g — The flesh of a 
recently killed animalj fresh meat. 

r ©— G''?Qi9i^ acgieei geQ^i9© a^si 
5!i*"a «iiy»ia©5 Qi^sgiaQ, gi'^icig (S 

^©QQ 1 ] 

Sadru ^) — <. | QqOfllQj QQQQq — !■» Moving; 
going, s I asqa^S, Palled down; 
tired. "^ I a^g©— ^- Situated, 
g^^— 3. ^ («rfd!j g®^+^a) — ^Q€l %9— 

SadrUpa A good form or shape; beautiful form. 
€W— €Q. Q (?. 4^0— t I G©f«l3 ©Si^ a© ewie*,©!;* 
Sadha Q©I — 1 Desire for anything 

^rrar g^ ««3iQ sOTisq gq i «§'^'^* «crl® 

^ I q«3i;EI39— 2* Relish; hankering^ 
(€J— ^©^L asi <SGCi «?^ a€> ga I S«9?5. 
^^RQ©- gq I ) ** i «!Q'''i^mQ!er qo)^ — 

3, Expedients; means, ts | q|2I (GQa) — 

4. Sadha. (See) (Q— aQ aia q<»sfl© «Q*li- 

qoQls I) » I ^g% €]€^i Qi ^1*?) ^a^i a^-^l- 

fllWO" GQI'?'? <?m»l— •'^- Desire of a preg- 
nant woman for certain foods. 9 \ fll^ij 

qq©!3 e«^9i€^l— 6. Lore; affection; 

attachment. (€$ — c§^G3 aQ Q9<] «Gq 

clSiftQ© $tlQH— 7. Particular article of 


food hankered after by a pregnant 

woman. 
Q^ (Q;iW)— GQi. ^ -€lia Q®*!iO (gQSI) 

Sswdha (etc) Sadha etc, (See) 

€(fei»— -a*. «^. qf («9!^ *§'^?5 3+a»)— y»ai«1j 

Sadhana dQQIO — Rich; wealthy. 

(9ao! —9,1) [©^*o— ^ag®] 
gfeiOi — q\ QS* ^1 (g = siso+a9: g^ieT w^*^^) — 
SadhabS qs}!©!^ ao«>*5lj ^HQO^-^flOi^ a9"fi 
(©aQI— ^aoiS)) SIQ3 (^1)— (A woman) Having 

her husband living. 

Q^^Ca*^— ^r ^ (^^Tai)— ?. I ^mjt a^— 1. Same 

Sadhairma(rmma; religion. ^| qqlQ qtfi— -2,Same 

quality. 

ay^^Qfill— g** 9. ^1 (^==Q9 + ad«iQ^l3 €3 a©* 

Sadharmcharini g^CT ti^SOQ^ ©S^)— ^^^i^^lj 

yq Q^l — One's lawfully wedded wife. 

Sadharma(rmma)ni Sadharmipi. (Sae) 

Sadharma(rmma) j^jg^*" ai9'Q; vfll. ^9)— 1 I <]© 

(ga^^l — ^1) ti^l«l§ — 1. Of the same religion. 

[QbS— ^a<33®] ^ I <g fcl^l9fi^<l— 2. Professing 

the same raligion,«| <19 ^1^0 Q«q§| — 

3^ Possessing the same attribute or 

quality, v \ ^Q^; Q^fl; ^«1 — 

4. Similar 

Sadharmi(rmmJ)9i ^t^^ <§ 56^1q ^l«^»r^ 
(•36^, WS] — g*") Feminine of Sadhatfma and 
Sadharmi. 'ff. ©- ^1— d^^a^l; QaNl — 
One's better half; one's wedded wife. 

Sadharml(rnimi) (GQ©) — Sadharma. (Sse) 

(gyq'^l— q,1) [^dtf]— ^ags*] 

SatJhalia Desirous. 

adi— GQ* Q— (Q^ Qtoai^)— ^ I «l«© (G'3®)— 

Sadha S5dhaDa.(See) / I ^-^ GQe^JOISj fci9 

>lt«a ^^srr a^€^ S'i^ — 2. Act of oolkcting 

money etc. from many persons; 

collection^ realisation. ^ I gqa*)! 

QlfcIO— 3. Working up of a problem. 


Y 


-qaiQQl 


( r^n ) 


qp 


Sadha(dhe)iba gi^e QQQ^I} 91^91 -^i^lQ ito^ 

^«ft^ ^n^^ ^»*:f5rT Q9 — The causative form 

of the verb Sadlaiba. [q^ — qdlQ^IQ 

GQa i] 

Sadhi — «0Q; 30^; ©a"— Fire. 

Sadhib 9^; Q9— Bull 

S adbira ^^ ^J^ft^ Patient. 

^fcilGQ— G-J?, -^ ©« (aQ«(')— <. f qhqS QWieQ^ 

Sadblre 1 < Patiently. ^ | aei 36^; alGQ 
^C^^C^ ^'ft^ jflSQ— 2. Slowly. 

QGfcl— 6Q. 5 ©^(QQt)— S^l«3SQ3 QQIGQ— Ivovinglyj 
Sadhe a:Eectionately. [^.^g^Jjg^ aS ©|i 

litest, ^%n stsctS sqi€iq gea i qio1, t9|€qQq] 

Sadbairjya (rjye) Q^QieQ— 1. Slowly. 5 I Q?A 
^l^ ^^ S^©l€9 — 2. Patiently. 

Sadbram Truthful. 

Sadhricbl g^og; qqqi — A female companion. 

Sadhryad «|, «>^0; €>8iQQ Qbl© €!fi>-.R.q|. f^j^ 

(gblQl — i^]) ea 3?Qi ?Gcr gGcr qto ©gq)- — 

II g-^^Q^ 9^1—1. Companion^ associate^ 
mate. ^ j g^ii^ qi^iQnQi^— 2. Assistant, 

San «£;;Q|j^qg|Q»€ifi?—i, The sound of brisk 
(gC^QQ— aft^^9) blowing of wind, 9 j g^Q qI 

sound of arrows being discharged ia 
quick succession. • | g jj a5l»©©o ^_ 
3. Souad of quick motion. giGQ, (QQg) 
^— ?& ^Ql— Gold, g C9 («I5iSigQ) ©-. 
«0 (GQa) Sana (See) 
-^«?(; y(^ )— q\— \ I QIQ Qq«)l— 1, To give; to 
San (root) bestow. 5 i €ei<?| «>Q<?I— 2. To tend^ 
to serve, m \ g©i gQ9|— 3, To worship. 


Q©^(i«sq)— g»— qaed wj^^j sgq qq9\ gs'n^- A 
San (inflexion) suffix added to verbs meanings- 
wishing to do an act. [©— <jq 3®iq 

i^9 G9QI £IG^ d\$$ ^99$' ai% G9IQg|<] | 
tll^GQ '€?' S©1i^ G9€S^ €$Qiq^ 96a€|SI Q9 

Ql<j Q8^o, ©^q«9lS^i«8 Q9J? 1] 
^Q9 (ai^)— «*— 1 1 aqo OQoi— 1. Togo. 

Sanba (root) j \ qq gg^gi — ?, To move. 
^O^OQQ©— GOeQ. ^* ©a— QO QQgO ( GQa ) 
San barasan $ana baraeana ( See ) 

q^— g% 9. ( gQ^tji^«sg9i oq^i+^q^. a )— 

Sana ^ | QgQ^l^iQi^j 91^^ 9I<) 9QQ9I — 

1, The fanning or waving of the ears 
by an elephant. 5 I Q<k\ QISQI JS— 

2. Atreej Stahebra Swieteniodes (tree) 
'Ht^ ^^ GQ, ®. (q.') -g»I©5Q 0l«i «wq— Name 

for calling Saaatana* g|, ^^ (aO'")-^©^ 
QQ— Voice, [ej— Q^go a», flb^(5(^Qi ad 

QO — G^GQ. P ( a. gq^)— e I ^li^i 94; sq— 

S^a 1< Year- [«— i33l©6Q€igc5^ q9§©ra^ 

=*i»i R@2GQ -^^ TO SOS)© 69IQ agag I Q5 

GQ3l^ SIQ Q^QI <§ Q*QQ SQ Q^OI qG« 
€©l^^9'«ig «O0G^ 'go' 6Q GQflliaiCI, 

^ Q*qsfQ 9SQ *^99i' 6«^«i9i<i I aai— 
{6QQ1^) go !••*> 9ia, g» «.«^^ gtQ ^i 

©Qtfl <S G?ii9QQ«lG<> <Jft *3»' 6 *9jfi;i 
^Q<8 Qaieca '9^' <^ 'fl i* GHft GS^et^ 1 


QO 


( r.ro ) 


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2. The number of the year stamped on 
a coin. 

©Oft aai aofts> ^i^i ;w«I!31<j i aai— 

( ^e^fliGO*)' ©GO Goi^ GQa)3 <§ aq^ 
ciiwiqI <S ag ©p!GQ 0^991© qq^ i <i^i 

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GQg^-o I <■§ <>9Q aiqqiQ GOl^^gqiQ 
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SQ^tGQ go CI^QI OGj^j «§■ ^qOQfll (gq^ 

^Q qqq]) «o eqpiofijQ «ioi asq oq§ i 

<3?JGSi qffii ??I3 OsOt CgiaiO I ^ QSQ QO 

fll^i©*! 3qm ©aecQ g'S"^ <!§ as? ©933 1 
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00 q'sm »5»*- OQ I Gq]Q Q9Q 00 g-afi 
*'5'*§ oo f GfllG) «9 gccr <i9i^ 'qqtg 
QQciaicf go GjQ ©q'gq a^?ii gqi^^j 

Gfijai-^ «iO^ Cl«'Q^ { Leap year ) q^gq 

•0 Q»gel ao g^q aiaQissa q^o <$<], 
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Qflq 9<a^ aefi©^ qgeo gq^c? « «<;r G9lg5 

- ^^ Q9I9Q <?3iC;>50 QI^9Q€GQ q!U,@G3€^ 

z^ \ aat— gj^Q c^9ag) qs>iqtG<9 eai^G^ 

Qq9» G<5^5 '^6ie9a'5a GQQ, 09'»^»9 G99 
6 a%*^G99 <1^ 9iq ^GQf 919 99^ 9Q^ 1 
•Cg^ -9$ 9ia Q^lJ^^G9 Q04fllOC^ gQ^ 

G91Q aqas i] _ 
Sana 8khara(ri) G€19 — The end of a year. 

Saaa adya The beginnitig of a year. 

gQ9 — a- Q (913) (99/ai^=G99l 9Q9l + 9f-a9) — 

Sanaka 9G^9 q,^; 9§WQ 9t fll09 g« qy^ 

<39©q5 69«.GQ9 6 f IQIQSQ GQ^ 'g9«>91 

q§€ls'Q oa*'^ 9QQI4, G9?(199' flaJ^ <!99fl*- 

Name of a progenitor of mankind, [q— 

35 q^Qt^ Oiq^ J36I— e 999, 5 99109, *» 
99», * 6919, * ^t^"^, 9 SSf «i <§ 5> 990 I 
gq€t Q95Q <KtlG9 Q^*fqt9C^9 ^?%^'^ ^ 
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©d'« 9Q9|(5 -^O I] 
e9fl«— 91. © ( ^^ i»<a«,) — flG|JI*l€) 95«>9Q O0« 
S'anakshatra GQif G^aGQ aG^ — 

JH^pq ^4nfe One's birthday. 


900 


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Sanatl^ 9 ^ t — Brahma- e. a— ^Ql; 9^*01— 

Always; for ever. 

Sanatkumara — qq 9S99; OglSQ fllft^ OT- 
qo, €9 ai€)©> ai^qs, e^aiJ^iJ ^seia — Name of a 

sage, [o — ^'^iQ'Q Ql^ P^IQQOQ ^ifQ^CeQ 

G^aiw o^e^y a^ ©aes) eoiefl <^a?«? 

g<3.^ 09 Q9\\^ OqQSCl I <lfllQ«r Old 

isa'^Cfl Q«io^(S??iGj5 g»i©o, go© 6 qs^o 
Qi eogjo I 6^-? ®€ige€) «©*«ii^ ci^i'sfii 
©^ e*$iQ?i*i a^ » eQlf q««? »ifl, sai— 

9|gQ SIS ^ 1 €><^ 9! 60 C»Qr qQSQ ^\Q& 
^IWeolQAlfti? qaJ%<3^9q — 2. One of the 
12 famous universal saints according; 

to the Jainas. 

Sanada 9b^% ^W©fl — Sa^e San^nda. 

Sananda (See) 

Sananda — Joyone; merry, q. ^. (g|fl)~ 

Name of a aage. [q —go© qpiq 9G0 
e©l&^ GQ« i ] G?co. $.— (aj)_egl«a9 

G(lt99^g.§ VI6Q3 99} a§^«3»-^Firrffati^% 
grant; a written order signed and 


sealed by a king; mandate of appbiot- 
ment. [€)— tf9cq€l Q«fi^ Q€?91 ^^'^ 

CTQQ Gqi^o. ©a qi€i ao qjQ] 

Sanandana qiQq qjj; » «fii«?9® Qlfll^Sh;- 
Anotber name of sage Sananda* 

Sac-pat Sun-bemp; Crotolaria Juncea. 

e;? OQ0O— e€»6^' ^. 9«i (a. gQ=99 6 ®q^«q^= 

Sana barasana ^^GQ)— g«i99V^ go— Every 
«lt^5?WBf?i fis^Bf^ ^'^la^ year; annnally. 

eQci©— gi, Q^ («°. g^)— fl^© (gq«)) — 

Sanamata Sammata (See) [q— 9^«OQ© q^^ 

Trsr1% ?iwfe ^Qi^l 91. ^)— 9?i9 (gq«) — 

Sanjmati (See) {^—< Qeil gH" ^"© 

g9fl9(©) QQQI — GQ. ^— 9?lO e^^lj . q©G9^— To 
3anamata(ti) kariba agree; to consent. 

CQG^ Q«pe, G^Qiao «eQ oi^i^t^"^ i 

gQfl©— 91- ©— («. -^©)-^( 98© (G«?<a>— 

Sanamati 1. Sammati (See); [© — Ga 0€il<j 

Tpsif^ H39T^ qQOO Ca QGQ 1 ^§?*9, ^9I^Q^, 

^ ^ I 0Q«1 qqiOGQ g^tSQIO ^^<9 QGQ 

q;;^*iiqg^ qqqq^ €€}QiQ(s(toiQ)eQ(^Q 

80|9Qt eGQ 9QQC^ 9Q*ll<aQ^ 9Q«|lQ 

9*i99ldi 31^9191^ ancts) H^iqQsiQ lai^i 

69^ 80ICfl<i — ^- Formal present of 
cloth. Ornaments etc for the ^se of the 
bridegroom seat on receipt of the 
presents from the bride's party after 
formal betrothal: [<S^— fl^ia^l^ ^^'^ 

sGQ <9\ 90^i 33^ <aicneo ac}Q9%Q 
QOflio— gi. 0.— (?• 3810) —^10— 

Sanam^na Respect. 

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Sanamukha Sammukba (See) 

Sana mupda Year's end; the end of the year, 

Sana muiide At the end of the year, 

Sana mala Beginning of the year. 

Sana male At the beginning of the year. 

Sanala ©;?*||^ ««i9pl <Og©l6i ^qI ©^ — 

A sort of gold necklace given to the 
bridegroom*9 party during the marri- 
age amongst the Mahomedans. 
«IO go— GQ. a ( WOHQ^^Qei ) ( ^QtO\<^ aO^^O ) — 
Sana Sana e I a% ^QQQ 999^Q|Q €IQ; 9^Qf€-^ 
JRTR 1.1 The rattling or clicking sound 

^H^? produced by the active of weapons use. 
y I a^Q aQ q^qiq qq^ qiq" 9icf — 
2, Noise produced by the blowing of 

wind. 

Sana sutra Qdo QQOi; a^^^-i-The sacred 
thread (consisting of 2 strings of the sun- 
hemp fibre worn by Kshyatriyas. 

Sana hai «^^— Current year. 6Q. «« — 

>1=(^ ^Tcrt*T«^ ©09 QQ «Mi«lg — Relating 

(S*G©^1, giQ©,; — Q9^©) to the current year. 

gQl — a. ta — 1 1 ©©1j gqiQj— 1. Always; constant- 

Sanl^ lyj constant. 5 | 8«>Q|CQ — 2. At all 

times. *» I ©QOlo— ^3. Eternally, » 1 

^C^l CIQ*t€J — 4. From time e<-ernal_ 

SQ. «>— (aQiQqejQ) sQittOQ ©iwftiq— 
[q — TOIQ9Q 9QI, q^a-sftioqef^ ^^a 


3I6Q (3I»€)I 0$»I0 SSfiQ g<d€d€> ^i) 9~ 

^ffl— Gold.- 

$aa&et ObjectioD. 

3<>i^ij — ^^* Q— 9IO €«>4SQ «?i?i f^9iQ a^t qS- 

Sanakuru ^qi a^lfiljt? QSfti^An iron hook 

with a wooden handle used by bell 
metal workers to poke the fire of the 

oveuj iron poker. [q^ — •09191^ 0J!€)- 

3IQQ m^ 9IQHIQ e^et|QQ|$ <$<] ll 

Sanakta ©^©i; ©€9il& — Identification. 

goi9 Q€joi— SQ, «*• i«>©€?a) €€>7^^ ^^-fSq ^i «8<j 

Sanakta kariba ©^Cil^ ©GftI* ©€)Ql — To 
^I^lt^^RT ^^IW SK^T identify a thing or a 
person, [q — e^Q gq Q^n§ fiilQeiQ 
^9iQ €^I9Q €99' ^^\% Q^ I er^Q^qi^?. 

Saaa(nna)ta mariba Sanati Ssiba (See^ 

fllQ§^ I] 

gQif ag*^i~3iep. (^iss^^ci) ^— ^ i a© s g q©€q 

Sansti SsibS aiQ* «igQ|— To come with a 

very quick pacje, [Qffll— ©| q^^Q efll 

399 ^"Sl^ ^9Q) 5 I €ij?^ 6WIQ6Q Q© 

OQOI — 2. To move very briskly. 

QOIO^— », a — ©s.«(— Eternal, g. ^— (^|^ ^^g^ 

Sanat Qieqi^) ©\QrQ ©19 — A name of 

Bisbnu. 

QOI©©— S'vS^ (g©l = 3Q| + Q©|Ga O©)— ^. I gQI- 
Sanatana qo« ©©"i^ ©Qgl^l^-L- Eternal- pre- 
(^©\©QI— ^1) petaal^ever existing; incess* 
ant. 9 I q©i«— 2. 0DmoTJng; un- 
changeable, w I Q^^Q aQte^ ©© agg^i 
3. Current from time immemorial. 

^. ^. ^'-^ ^ I ^^ic^TQ qiQQ g.^©e€®— 

1. Name of one of the adopted sons of 
Brahma. (q^— q©©^ ^qj© ©e© €©1^, 

e9«) 6Q. ©—V I «i©i©© €©igiql (6«!«y 

1. Sanatana GosveamI (See) ^ | ( ^* V 

'Rt^ ^RRR QQQ9 ©iq— 2. A name givea 

to malesr^ 


49IO^ 6Q1?1Q 


( for-* ) 


QOl^Qf 9Q9r 


SaoataDa goswSmi q^qiq^g ^!d€!lQ eo'SP Qft 
Name of a^ very devout Ba^sbmba^ 
contemporBry of Ch^tanya. (<? — 

q^ai^flSQ Olfl SSI *aqQ' 6 <?cr€j qq»3iQ 
qgfiiiQi^ .qeiQ S)2)1Q q9Q WQ^Gc;;^ e^ 

9^l<^ €9tQ^6!^ 69, QI9Q ?^IQ 9'Sq^ ^hS 
^Q 'S.qQ 0)$ I <9\^ QQ% (i^OQC) eCllt< 
Q9IQ ^t^^Q €Q^e <3Q91$% EIQ^IQ Q'ST 

«^S6Q OIC;)l a&'jiq^i 9Q9I^ O.I$^ 

*^a— "sa, « — 0I5 « — Q*; q— sc^** -^j^ rt 
3q^©6Q a^ia^ © ^SQ i eg <$ r ecu* 

€9W '^ 63 q<99*flCI 9Q©i(g ^S)Q«9fik 6<9IQ 
q9>Ql4i6^ ^;> Q 6QQ OGQ Q^ d^GQ^OI 
©Gfi) I q»t <3S6aiq ©t£^ 91Q^9 QGS) I 

6QQ 9IQ49%ft<diq eQ©9*i9 «>©ft6QC$Q- 

i 3© Gq^iQ ©ic^oi^ qiisi g^s ©q qqiqc^ 


0$ QIQ1 ag^O qiQ«1 OQQSQ ^9Qd© I 

Sanatana tama 9l€9lfS|) — Bishnu. 

«•. ^«l — (aQI«»0 + ©'3)— gi©lG>®fl — Oldest* 

anatana dharra §0^ yfl (3191 tq OQ^^ 

The Hindu religion (which is believed 
by the Hindus to have been curreat 

since the creation) 
901^9 ^^ €«[—?. 9— 01^1 QQ<^6Q g®^© aQ®^ 
Sanatana dharma sabba qQ <(9l9q — An 
association of the Hindus long esta- 
blifihed in Benares. 
g»l©Ga— e. ©«l. ^1— -gOlfiOQ Wl ejcr— Feminine of 
Sauatanl Sanatana. 9* c- ^1 ^t t Q€il— 
1. Goddess Durgg. j | ^^ — 2. The 
Goddess of wealth, <n | qQgsi'""^- The 
Goddess of learning. 

Sanatba Qi g^ ^| gifll SQg — I. Having an 
^^Oia— ^) owner or lord or master. 

(QQia -^Q'SIS) J I (30*1 €10 96CP Qqi^GQ) 9^0^ 
^ — 2. Connected with; accompanied 

by; joined with. 
qftiai-^. M-^1 (9=qg© ©^qiO+Wia— «5^'+'^1. 
SanStha a)— ad9i; qQ|[(Sl — ( a woman ) 
(aQiai — ^9^0) Having her husband Jiving. 

Sanabhi qq. 99^ (€Q^)— Agnate (irithin 7 
degreefi). «• ^tf,— ^ I 699qg— 1. Aflfec- 
tionate, 9 | g^Q — 2. Similar. 

Sanamaka Having the s^me name. 

(301901—^1) 9'« ^ ( e^n® )— eaiqsw; 3©»i 

Q|^_A tree; Indian horse-radish tree; 

the Moringa tree. 

Sanfi mana Honour; respect, 

'rartsi ^nmm gi. ««' — g^l©©— Honoured. 

QQIflQI ©QQl— gi* «^— Q?,!©© ©Q^l-To honour; 
Sana mana karibS to show respect^ to render 
jp3|tp{«^ wmm^iWT homage^ 


Jo^/ 


«9I«« 


( ri>r9 ) 


999 


San&rambha The beginaing of the year. 

SanSsi A pair of tongs. 

Saiii(nr) 1, Worship, j \ <5>|» — 2. Chftritft^Jp 
(g§j«lSffQ— 9JflQ QS'-^a) gift. <n t Qiaoi - S.Soli- 

qcq ! C19^ aCQ €)Q*tl QIO CQ§)^ 

4. Form al solicitation made to a 
prieet ^or preceptor to show c^^rt^in 
favour to a person. » | ©Qj 00 — 

5. A quarter of the earth. #> | Q^Q?, 
aSft— 6. Province; tract of country. 

GO. «) (aQqag)— QQiec3Q ©ig;.i;i— 

Name for calling San&tana. 
^©9—^*' 9^ ( 9C?^a'^+Qrf. «) ) - 1 I g^gft — 
Sanita 1. Accomplished; deironptrat-d. 
3 I ^«4lGq.(J — 2. FararuB; celebrateH. 

Sanidha(dhi,dhya) Nearnees; pmpirquity, 

[6^— GO€>^ <iqQ*t^ «ffl« g&^y^ 6W^ "^S^j 

>it&«( ?r^ g^i €«tift Goess <>*•< oi--:; ?6*q ^^ 

^Sanidha(dhya)Da Nearness; propinquity. 

■■^anidheCdhye) To; netir to. 

Satiipata Collapse or crisis in fever, 

Sanirbandha ^gqq ©g^)— ^S]^ ^a^ g^© 
^QSqI ( a§»Gq« ) — Very " importune 

(requegt),^ 

Q@ql(e«)© — q% © (gl)— (q^!^ <??5l«?i ^-=9^+ 
Sanishthi(shthe)ba ^^^ ^!^9f^^^h-^W^} 


a^aiSQ WSI^^I Oeil)— Words uttered 

while spitting. 
e«l— a-. © ( ^<^ fcllft+CCltfr, fit )— 9g1©4^t«??— 
Sanl The fanning of the ears by an elephant 

Saniida qqi ) — ^ | <39 5—'- Joined with 
the nest. y \ ©gs«)0|lj gqlaa— 2. Near, 
adjacent. « | ^^^3 Qfliff — 3. Equal; 

similar. 

aGQ— GQ. a— (g* goia^ c^qi^ ti§9©) — e 1 ascr 

Sane 1. —With. j\ gqQ©i|9!QGQ — 2. Along, 
1W «l«l*i with; together with, [ €5— gQGCI 

ai@ Q%G} gQiSo ad€)0 OOQI ] 

gG»Q— GQ.© («>iq)— t f g$g ©^isi ^lolQ^g^Q© gab 

Sanei G^Q — 1. A notorious thief ( now dead ) 

>Rlt of the name, resident of B§nki in the 

i^mt^ district of Cuttack. j | goiopQ aQg- 

a** eiSfflfl— 2. A name Tor calling 

Sanatana 
^GO^^— S9GQ. 9 ( Q^ )^QgQ'a -^^^ ^§^ Q^^ 

Sanet av «I &9^% ©e©l — Sonnet. [ q_ 

G^^^Gfi^ 6 ^q€18 -C^l QGT ^ ejgosi o©- 
QIGQ GQ<aa8^4] 

€1^— 3.©— e9©a; g^ao; <^ ©Q«)0 GOI9I 69"Q?i<?, 
Santa a«>§l — Folded palms. Qqi. P ( «. go 

St. 9g) — t I gg; a^^fm Qi ai^^ ©qqi 

9IQ q,S^*0|5 tSlQ Go^i ;CJ» flio - 1. New 
lesson taken from a teacher for prepara. 
tion. 9 I ^II^G^fS; Q©%^€i3 9Q€)9 QI9 — 
2. An honest man; a good person. ^ I 
aiqg 6 g.«'»«lo ©19—3. A pious person; 
a religiously minded person, v | 9(a|Q^ 
aifci • G^qali 9IQI«— 4. An anchorite; a 
recluse., [5*-6f a, QCroi^ ^©l, <3GJ9jt ^ 

«i3iq1 qeiGQ <^ €t&BG^§ saqiQc^GQ 

Q^Qf o «j<j I ] » I ( g: ) €Q9* s>i5i— 

6. A name given to males^ 

0^9—69, © — ^ I «Q«'« 5©t3%0«? ©^— 1. A thing 

Santaka or sign which indicates some other 

5ii[cit]^ tiling. [:«^— QQ^a^^Qtae^, o| g^Q 


^$Q 


( r-r^ ) 


g^Q Q^9\ 


9am I ] ^1 «QQd; 919191^ 691^3 9|Q 

Qi 9-i5€i ©§€b®i qqe<» •»«e«a— 2. a 

token. • I 9JS1© eg — 3. A memento. 

[ 6$— 99«» C€)« q« 9%<;^ €QGQ — ©^»l». 
«©@ Q9iq^ tf I asQ G^^ ©ill O ?j5l <?l 

g$j.!Q:?g;gsg|;3 aQ9 €^—4 A mark 
put or drawn by an illiterate person 
on a document to indicate that he bas 
executed tbe document. » i «© Q| ;&1§- 

Qe€i€lfi) Q£€ie^«-:35 ©"a— 5* "^^e special 

mark by which the individuality 

of a particular iodividualj cation or 

caste is recognized, ^ | ogstj a§; 

^igej — 6» Signature. [ ^ — <l *'1§^ 3^© 

©ea, «Hi €:^ at? o?iS« o^'^vi (€««©) 

€>€© Q^llQff^l^W- Qlfif fl^lQ^^l^iS' ^^?- 

v©sifl «li o I ©©^01 1" 

'91© ^q' <S $fci©l ^^i§^lfl.©:;r'Q ;■<$© '^«5|1 
qioi* set I €?e.Q ©i«q ^''^e^sj g^opQ 
Q^ I self 


©^^«Si ^Q«©, 

9e©q(?Q q^^ 
q^eiqfQ ©B 



©^CIt?Sl «•©© 



<3^ 



(rr^rse 


SC^*!© g©93Q QaU ^aSJi Q^ 9^© ae^ Q2I|^ 

qe^-flQ— q's?«©©«, G©l9 ^©'?««i— qj^Q, 

-o^sQ'gtolQ.f^a^d© 9Q*i ©ci©Q Q©i 6 
q©i9iM ft © 9ti«i 96«9 96«<3 9fi)© as I Qai— 

Q«eQ©C?Q ^'9 ( ^^0° )^ ^§»© ^S 
< Bear ), ^fla (^ ^Q^Q ^^QQ^ (Crescent), 

aSfle©! ^9^©1Q QCIfij. ( Eagle \ ©ffQ q|9 
( Dragon ); ©|©8 CQ^ Q©'QQ ©I q©HQ 

Ql^t S6IIQ «©Qn© QIQ^©I ©I |©*l ©I aG^^ 

€I1<«>I©Q C?f9 SQtef 9^9^69 GQ9I3N I 

p i 9^©oios;q €1© ^^icoi^^Qggigeci 

qo ©"^^Q- ^1 Q9 «>1©QQ gjQ©^S9 G04 

9^^*^ 91- ©g^ q© giQlif «©^^e© ©^;ji ©c? 
^\<i ti^cr© ©Q&©i$^G© 9t9G©e$^efi)— 

7* An im^ge or memento of a deceased 
husband which was embraced by tbe 
wife while consigning herself to the 
funeral pyre, on learning of the death 
c^ her husband in a far off country 
when the custom of self-imolation of 
Hindu women was in vogue. 

[©— rCQ ©GQ9GQ qQfl©l ©M^'c?© ^1 girfl«J 
si^Q «t^©6Q ©l«© e©it<l 9^9 (©te© 

GQlfO ©^9 q^' ©I ©9©l©alGQ ©•'S^f © 
©©"1, Qai— ©Oiej, fi^QI, Q^ ) hQ ©©K^GQ 

Q.9 G©6$ge© I <ii?!% 'gs>© fciQ gg gs?©i^ 
e©iQ laie^^Q i ] 

C(^Q <>Q©I— G©. -9 — t 1 ©€aQG© €»0© ©i«» ©3«I0 

Santaka kariba ©QQl; ^t@Q ©Q©|— 1. To 

fV^ ^ NVR It^rr sign one's name in a 

document. 5 I g€J© ©lt©l ( G^ei ) — 

2. Santaka k^t^ba ( See ) 


9^9 Qt^«l 


( r.rr ) 


€«;w 


Santaka katibS q<P| Q*t§) e9?ti€ Q€)f;%6€} aa^lQ 

' y^^ ^ ^q^w'^i asj© ©€^91 — 1. To put one's 

^RTSV VT:!IT9 mark on a document ( in the oase 

{^%nvi ofvn^ of an illiterate (person )•> 1 6»Qi3Q 

2. (The deed-writer) To put an illiterate 
person's mark on a dooument. 

Santaka dbari sati heba ^I^Wq Q^>Q€16& 

Q^Qj.To immolate one's self by jumping 
into tbe funeral pjreof her husband by 
embracing any article which her late 
husbind was using or his effigy (said 
of a widow following her husband who 
died abroad and whose dead body 
could not be aYailable to the widow^ 
when the practice of self immolation 
of widows was in vogue.) 

S'anta kharaoha «•*©§©)— q^ !»©<?« 9| 69M(3I(?Q 

€)»Q 991«IQ0 6 Qt^Q© «lQO— Private 

expenses and fooding expenses incurred 

by a trader or shop-keeper i 

Santata ^ | ^^Oj a^JW^il^ — l, Diffused^ extend- 
ed. ^ I gOOj S»)^0. 9Q9Q — 2, Conatant- 
^ I «9QO^ 3. Continuous; incessant. 
"* I Q$0 — 4. Excessive, » | «oiQ^ ao^^ 
5. Eternal. ^ | ©q^q — 6. Perpetual^ 9 • 

7^m §)^— ^ i WQl — !• Constantly; always. 

Cr^ier ^ 1 a^Q©; a^Sl^^ea— 2. Uninterruptcdly- 
*» I €iQ§<?%68 — 3. Perpetually^ eter- 
nally. 

Santata jwara Q^fld ^ ^€69— A kind of 
remittent fever^ a kind of typhoid 
fever, [q^ — <@ ©Q -O^^iQ^^a 9QO, ^^ 


e^©— «. ^ (a9^+®»^- fcjig—^^® G<g'«?i+oQ«. Q— 
Santati iai<9)Qr ^tq <?a ©3® ^<!) — «- I a9»t; 

e§!»j W9»tl— 1. "Offspring} progeny; 
child> son and daughter; issue, 9 \ { + 
^9* q) ^••1^—2. Profusion; expansion; 
extension* m \ (4-«S. ©) g<5l <?€I5 6QI9 — 

2. Lineage; posterity; family, v | Qff^^; 
eg^l— 4. Line, K | ai€J$^0%^5. Conti- 
nuity; succession^ $> I aiQ— 6, System; 
custom? usage. 6Q- Q* ^1 — ^O**!; €a — 

5!^i% Daughter. [^— ^i^i m €J€l€Q «y^l^1, 

neife %Gq -^ep <^©iqr fl^© "i giol. Q^q'JflS^ ] 

Santate always; everyday. (q— GQ^QQ ^Ift- 
^t^sp^n GQQQ e^Ol G0l*aO OQ-OflQGQ 9Qg} fil^GQ 
^OT OQO I qiQf^^. QaCPI<S^O I) 

Santapata(Qta,ntha) 1, Sautapta, (See) /| ^^; 
>l^^, ^jf^« ^»^© — 2. Afflicted; sorry, (^ — 

^«lg— 3. Very much troubled; pestered; 
harassed. (^— AQSi €9GQ» ©Si* g^9^ | 

g^aeCft)— 9U «> i^\ «§i0j ^^§')— ^^la^ gw€1; 

Santapati{nti) <jiei) — Grief; sorrow; affliction. 
7^9\ ^^.gc^Qieo e^Q^ QiqGQ ^QQ, aiq^G^i 

n^\) 3 \ QQ^iq C^^l^Q— 2. Harassment 

oppression. 

Santapta )->-t | 91^iaqg; <$8Se; 9,^ — 

(fl^t^l— '^1) 1. Distressed; grieved; afflicted. 

> I 01€>Q; €^^9 — 2. Heated. « | Q€l— 

3. Scorched, * | BQfil^; aeiflflGQ Q l4 — 

4. Fatigued with travel. « i e^q^)^ — 

5. Feverisb; sufEering from fever* 
9 I ^©^ — 6, Burnt; burning, 9 \ ao'9iq 

9^Q — ^- Ptirified by fire* 

Santamaaa ^ i ©99 2a©©!Q— 1. Dense dark- 
ness; utter darkness* 9 I (s^fl^ld) aQ3^ 
G9I9 9^ ^<«>l^licll L%3 a^9IQ; Gqi9i<^fQ;. 


«I^?1?^ 


( ropti ) 


^^E^ 


fl'5>lG5ll9— 2, ( figurative ) Spiritual 
stupefaction (compared to darkness). 

Santa makanta ^|V!SI GQ^^j 9|d9^ — Ancbori- 
^^ ^^^ ^*?T iTfssr tes and abbots, 

Santaran ao) — (j. | a-^QWl; ailfGQ 6>0Q GQS'^J 
^91^ QQ ©Q9!— 1* Swimming. 3 I O^ 
tlQ^ 9IQ6i>©l — 2, Crossing of a river, 

Santarana kari G<$QQ — Swimming. 

SaDtarana kusala Qg; 89Q9i ^Qi^SQ 9^ — 
(95i€]« ^q.^, 359^ a|--3;;5i^3) Expert in 

(9^Qa ©1^!, g^Si^l ^€!«|— ^1) swimming, 
(g^Q€l ^$10®!, q-^Q^ 9S©!j g^Q^ ©g^Si| — 9) 

Santarana kau'sala The art of swimming. 

Santara pantara Santapanta (See) 

Santara 1. Elepbant grass; Typhaj a sort of 
9° erQC!, <^G>^Q^QI, aquatic reed grass 

Ss>, Q% QO^I used in weaving mats! 

'Tt^^l, C^IM^ irf^, q?R: Eambaua. [^ - 91s 
fl— GflfalM Qa^G^© Q^'^gf © 999 OS 

Q^GQ 9G9 I -<3li>i$ 9iSa3 £r9t er^i gq eQ 

^«1Q GgGQ QQ^GQ SQ flftfri (§ G9'9 
^^^ I <]9IQ ^991® Ql^ G^fROi 91 6QG<S)Cr| t 
<9\ <$Q SQtQ I <t9 S9IG!Q O!^ 39- 
e«!itsi ( 9\^ Ql^a ) <§ 9^ 9% (Typba 
Elepbantina) | a»«i gOiGJQ «l^ a<5>*GQiq 
{q^qi <S ae GOO^I (tjpba Augustata) I 

Qiq Rambana I 

69'Q*t«l^ «I§»9IGQ <91 «l©^€fi, ia«»S© 
QBg©9Q d <?l«t gG«!a«> 1 <J^1 ^^^t.i^^J^. 


P_«GQ G*?a ^511 9103 q^gSQ ^ellG^^I 

■ Q^S ag GG, SR^^Q« G^'S'SIIG* 9GQ a^g- 
^'di^fllG© 999 «?€IGQ '5>^l9i^ G<5>IQ ^GQ i 

<i^ 99Q^9^9 5?^^i "g^lSK] I Ofi45©I 6)5SGQ 

as I (S-^aes py*t G€iif<i oa as— 
^QQ<^\ aG0(QM eiG^^ 91QQ qa fl^g 9S^ i* 
9^g OS aifftQGQ a^'^^s-a ©G«ii, <^ 99^ 
9^SQ asffO ailfy^ gia Q95 1 -o^aiQ* ©fi» 
e^iq^—fg^g O^GQ a^si* 0P <loieQ ©'J© 

2. Andropag^n Hoenanthus. [q— G^Q*) 
a89*€i '9^Q^ aG^ I <19IQ a»*t 9*'^^«> 

©%gg ig <§ qiot^ei 1 <it5>l ©%©^ Q9 6 91©^ 

9^19, a9GQI«j <;QGQi9 <S "^^ GQI9Q ©19^ 

<<;" ©SQQ© SG^ i ] €Q. ©^. 4.*—^ I (9*'* 

C^f^C^CvS ift^ ^5) 999^?f. (5qi (^9) — Wet^i 

(g^g^^l) moist; damp (soil) } I aa€J^ 9(gi») 

—2. Unclean (pJac?). ^ I afllS^© ^'SlSiq.^ 

csitv?l1 »T?^T (Q'^Si)— 3. Having the body un* 

cleansed. aiGQ, ( fl9«?I^ ) ^ — <3Q g?IQ 

©qcai 6^53^— A kind of orange. 

g^q €>€*- GQ- ^— ^ I a6??Q g^QQQ ©^g^i ©Q|^9- 

Santara bana 1. A damp place overgrown 

C5t^1 ^sf rff^T ^T with Santara reed plants. 

51 3951^ O ilW — 2. An untidy or unclean.. 

or unswept place. [fij— QQSi aGQIQi 

ses^ qiQ9 qo q^q 96^ 1 ©a] 
g^q flsT^il— GQ. «.— a^^ ^Sai3 99^ ^iq ^^1 

Santara masina G91Q?!9I G'^9 — A mat woven 
C^^ B^t^ «R^0 with Santara reede. 

g9«J€»l— G9. ^".(eQ't)— (^. 9^Q«)— 99Q^ ©€^©15. 
Santariba Q9QQI — To swim. 

>rt^^, I'mil^l %WT [Q— OQ©l^ Gaig-91«- 

©G&j <a$Q^ q1q q{^ ^^gq I 
9d99«>— aQflifii 1} 

g^aa— ff. 9 (^^+^6^ ^IS, ^q.+^*- «o)— ii <i9^ 

Santarpan^ ©Q9i; ^9<5M»— 1. Satisfying; gra- 
tifying- ^1 (+©ii. a«>) Qjen?q9 ^f ©©© 


50*» 


^%£€\ gwiGQ 


( rc^o ) 


Q'SiP^IQ 


fl^ Q§)SS6-2.A sweetmeat made of grapes. 
{g^QQ— ©5l) *» \ Q^ — 3. Gratifioafcionj satis- 
faction, g». Q^^t I {+Q(|. a©) flla^O^j 
aOQfiSOO — 1. Pleasing, j i Q^gogt— . 
3f^^^ 2. Gratifying. €Q- ©— ? I (Q9 ©lef) 

;?rra€n5T3T> ffesjK gi^siooi b«csh»j 9«o ®i 

a^fi^^iQ — 1. Taking care; being careful. 

y 18^—2. Care. gjG9* (««iq) ©fil — 
^iQ£/iS>i ©ig® —Careful; waljchful, 

Santarpana saliakSre aQ>c;^<?95^ — 1- Care- 
^m^^l'^ iullyj cautiously, j \ ao,^ GQITOQI 6 
?|WET^% ^^Q?"^ — 2. With tender care. 

3, Very pleasingly, 

Santasantia Moist; damp- 

«9»I--G<?. ^€.' (^* 9<j)— »ftiQy, 6<9I— Moist. 6Q.^ 
Santa Qgl (6Qa)^Santh« (Sae) 

Santa(nte)iba — 1. To be damp; to be 

^t'^lsT l^'^^ full of moisture. y \ (^^ 

»ft^Tf!5!T g^QO) Gwl^t Q«t$(g q^9© 9€!9I 
^^'tW^Jd 91 §^^ g^j^ij eQ€l G'q**]— 2. To 

^s^fT^STT cause suffering to a person; to 

afflict or harass a person* 

^9K€^)C)'91I€5QI— GQ. •^— as^f^ al^r CQ^i— T(i 

Santa {nte)i maribg give too much pain; 

c^ fec^sft^t to harass much,[^^ — 69 G^^aQI* 

^-al^<^*fT ge^Q fllQQlTj 9»IQ 9®lSl 6«!9* 

Santa(nte)i heba To sufler^ to be afflicted 

^ I «^© (6Q9)— 1. Santati (Sc^ 
-f I <?aas — 2. Descendant. «n i (+^9 a) 
^3»€5— 3, Diffusion; spreading v | 
C+^i^ a) S9^-4/A connectedn arrativej 
essay- »l qaa fciiq s»9|q esajqia— 5. Large 
drops of rain in a very heavy shower- 9i 
(+W «) «9C9«) Q9I9-6. A continuous 


Santa na 


stream or current, 91 (-4-*^ a) €W®%- 

^eQ-^ — 7. A sort of mythical tree of the 

heaven. GQ* ^ (g") — g_9;ga— Sod, 

g^lQQ— <?• ©— (9^1Q + ^lSrfQ) — ^ ! gfii^Qj GQ9©^ 

Santanaka oe€l3 — l-^Name of a mythical tree 

of the Hindus' heaven, j \ q^ic> (6<?fi) — 

2. SantSna (See) «r. Q^ — 9^^©, 

^*)19Q€il3 — Extensive^ diffusive. 

g^t« 9!flQl— ^. 9— («a1 ©©J— aa®«i qq «WIQ 

Santana kamanS qgj — -Deaire to have issue, 

Santana kami aa5*t C5Q «>QQI alQ ©i^lffl 

€0 Ggl ©SQ — Desirous to have off- 
springs. 

Santana gopala mantra 8qi g<^ ©GQ9— A 
mystic formula to be repeatedly 
recited by a person desirous cf issae 

3^19 od*il— ?* ^ (^^1®©.)— g^io Qf»» (GQa) — 
Santana charjya Santan palana (Sae) 

Santana janaka q§ISQ!fQ5 (W®)— 

(99iQ©®©l— ql) Sactanotpadaka (See) 

«* *. g^'—^afiilWQ €©l— Father of issues. 

Santana parmparS g^lQ, ©iq-q g§|Q^ <9aQ 
Q^li^ — Successive generations of des- 
cendants. 
Q^iO aiQg— g». e— g^lO 9 (G^ei)— Saatana7,(Sae) 
Santana padapa [6^—9^10 9:99 CK5GQ, qlT 

Q^iQ aiQO— a*. s> (f^l «©^)— ag©fi9Qr Q«oai«Q- 

Santina palana Care of children^ bringing 

up to children. 

^§10 ggQ — 9*. e ( ^^1 ©© ) — aa©^ ct^ qq^i— 

Santana prasaba Bringing forth or be- 
getting of children. 

q^iOQi©— 9*. e^: qr (9^10 +»s aefcQ q©) 
piantanaban q^|»9©^tsi|. e©)— qi^iq aao** 
(fl5l©©«— ^l)(gfijl09^— §)) a!<|— Having issues. 


Q<^I^^Q 


( r^^K ) 


g^iaiQ 


--^Q e^S)— si*>. 9 (<3»ia^© g?®Q) (^-gsL^) — ^ ' 

SantSna santati g.^QQ«i|QSl; tiaa*l5lI6Q — 

Offsprings male and female; a number 

of cbildren. 5 |' 9^1© 9Q*aq — 2,Succes- 

sive generatioias of oflfsprings; suceea" 

si ve descend ants* 

Satitanahina flSO'iQ^Q — Issueless; childless. 

Santanika Havisig issues 

Santanika ©§=9 <^< )— ^ I ^dQ 9Q — 1. Cream 
of milk, 5— <91 QC^9I9, €il'3iq]d, Q©- 

g^fQ€)j fig, VO"®©©, ^nJWQ (S ^4990© 
aGS I ] -^1 S^«^ y^Q — 2- ^^^ edge of a 
knife. « | eSTQ — ^. Frotb^foam. ts I 
«^l©§j ftlft^^l ©Id — ^. Spider's web- 

Cobweb. 

Saatanita isL9l6€r QO^)— O^IQ© ©qaiQq^l— 

Made to expand. 

Santani pantani Santana saatati ( See ) 

Santani pautSni dbari sodhiba qqjQC? ^g^ qq 

C^C^ f^C^ ^l5f «fi:^ ^tf^ CW'e^l Q a GQQI— To abuse 

^T^ ^^^ nr^ ^T a person by calling 

( g^l© Q%\» eai^QI— aOn^a ) names to his 

or her children- 

Santanochita Befitting or becoming a child, 

€!9!G0:q!Q0-a' ©«). T (^'^l ©©; fl^^lO + ^^lQ©)— 
SantanotpSdaka Q\<^\ qgiQ tfCftl 0— Causing 
^q^lSfligtQ^I— ^1) prodttctiott of children; 
(«'^l6Qig!'<?©®l — ^) produtiYCi generative 

of issues^ 

Santanotpadika sakti Q^IQQlQ j3q^|— Pf jdue- 
tive Or generative power in a male or fem^. 

SaatSDotpadi +*§. Q^J tfli* <^ )— 


Qiq — Producing or bringing forth 
■(3^i€Qiqi«©l— q) children. 

Q^is— g*. Q ( qq -f ©Q ai^-^qp. « )— 1 1 ^^a— 

Santapa 1, Heat.* I ©q»^o €1Q1QQ Ola — Fever- 

(g^5— S^) —2. heat. •|q63|<5J«3 qo^o^gtjal^l 

3, Sorrow; grief; anguiab; woe. v | qq- 

®I9; s5Q*'i9f o^l^a^ a^®|a — 4. Regret; 

repentance, * | 6<??3 €?q — f5. The 

passion?. 9 I a^ ^6. Enemy. €Q. Q 

'f^t't ( da^lef)— 3QQ 6. ^t^^ ^IQ'i^ig qOQ 

^ItrlW e^QOI a?ia— ( figurative ) living vent 

to one's grief, 

g<5l9 9ft—?. ©« ( ^^la+'S 2^1%+^t" S )— *$8^" 
Santapa kara ©»© — Producing grief or sorrow. 

( g<nt!9»«>9— a^'igsi ) 
991a 9€j;il -GO, ^— ^8« 301€J Q€}01— To give 
Santapa kariba vent to one^s ^rief. 

ciga ^,^— ^- «»«• q.' ( *^i ^®, ) — ^^3^9' S3i^ 

Santapa blishta gi©Q— Afflicted with grief. 

Q'^IQO— ^. Q ( qq^+®a^ yi% S®q-®i9 di^+q^ 

SantSpana ^<^ ) — <. i q^ia QIO3 e®€i GQ^l — 

1. AfSictingj giving pain. 9 \ ^g^ 

€^^9 GQ9I— -2. Transmitting heat to a 

a body. ■• i ( +Q^. «Q ) Oi^^-^^Q 

633Q Q^^ <99q ( ai<$i cioQOia ca^QQ 

qQSQ q§l9 0^l<3)— 3. Name of one of the 

five arrows oE Cupid [( which is said to 

infact pain on a disappointed k>ver )# 7, 

(q^|8«l— %1) 9«* i" { 9^ ) — «. « q^aoQ®, cjgei. 

QQQ — 1. Producing grief^ afflicting. 

5 i QI9I €$^9 CGt— 2. Heating 

991a Oia—^- « ( ^^1 99, )— ^««Q eQ9; (jietsj 

Santapa nasa c^^q9— Removal of grief o^ 

* sorrow^ 

SantapanTya gl«8^)— iai«t «^i9« -€WIQ G0l«i -- 
{^%iaq^l— iS) Capable 06 being distressed or 

afflicted or heated, 
g^lf ~a*. 9 (^39 9*«fi^)-aa"a9 «>!?9 ??ffgia— 
SantSpSgni Sor-row compared to firejburn. 
(^^ta^Q , ^5iaiQ»*^WHJ9) ing grief. 


g<s^ieo 


( roe-? ) 


i<^Q ew^ 


SantSpita Q^iaqg — 1. Afflicted;, distressed^ 
pained. ^ | ©ja g|^; a»i 91Q Q#0— 
2. Heated J scorched, *» I €5SQ©0 — 

3. Excited. 

SantSpi heba 1, To give vent to one'a grief. 

1^*1^5 ^^ T pig imi 9 I acoiQ ©QVi-2. To 

repent; to express regret. [© — Qig^'* 

Santapl V9. )— ^ I g^jm^g — l.Grieving; 

(g^l^fil— ^1) afflicted. ^| (qg + €)a ai^iio^-(-Q§ 

Afflicting. 

Santara 1. Swimming, ^ \ (qq + 9 yi^ tO J 

+ ^?a) «?qiaQ^ 0IQ ©QQ^l — 2.Ferrying 

accross. 

Santi 1. Distribution; bestowal of gift. ^ I 
a^gi?; esi^ — 8. DecHne; extinotioni close, 

Santia 1. Wet; damp. 9 1 (q». g§^ = a?gi;?) 
d*^, c>f«c^'c^, n'terr aaei^^© eqiQ q§ — 

CTt\?l1, *T^ 2. Having unclean body, ^ \ 6Qa 
CT^jC^W, f^5fT GQlC al4«?iq— 3, Emaciated 
(ge^fij — ^l) through disease. v \ ^<^q (^ 
aOSSsiH — 4, Weak and worthless; impo- 
tent; unable to work, [q— aQ©| ggeo 
«^<i 9Q, ^01 ««> ©efqa I — ©a ] 
6Q. «i— ^^» 6 3051 ©19— A weak and 
worthless person, [g^— ©qq g^g^ PIqq 
oi^'j qsQ G^gjaKi qq" ©fi;ri--©€i] 

Santula ^ig as^QfiT© ©qaiQ «i4 ©o 9iq 9^ 

5? 5f^, *:mM<*l<i ©sSs ©%©;C<iO©| -I. Curry 

slightly frie^i with oil and then boiled 

with a little water; waterless curry. 

(Q2*l— ^IQOtfl ggQl) 9 I (fi^a^id) «>5«l« 

G9PI> ©"I9<i'(^ G9©l— 2. (Figurative) 

Being aflaicted or paiaedj extteine 


botheration-^ Harassment. GQ. €)S— SS^t- 

eSa 9ig qs^o 6 qgq <aiflM e» giq 9^ -i 

QlQal^Q — Fried with a little oil* 

Santula(le)ib5 The causative form of 

6^1^ ^^ *|5!T^«rT SantuHba. 


g@©©l— GQ. ^ (Q^. gC'^JIQQ)— ?. I Q%] 0SJ9I «?! 
Santuliba gQ©^ glQ|0<» Q8GQ Ql eQQGQ g©©l 

««J*«i 9i^i€jvi ©a ©91 ©§e« sfli ©» 6019 © 

©Q S|?I(8 ©© © ©Q ^® ©Q ©Q©!'?! ag© 
0QO»— 1. To fry vegetable or j5sh with 
a little ^hee or oil and then let it boil 
with a little or no water ^added to it. 
[©,— 9iS 6 9ir9«i Q^Q! a^'?'^ geJGfl 

g§©©i«i'$<i I ©19) g§oi G^iQ giQQ qgq 
GQ^GQ G^g© Qilf ©I «gQai§ SaiQ ©kj ^^ 
©€i PiiQ ©I gi^g© G^ift ©I ©a^ ©S'lSKi j 

©B^ ©QQK I «©^©I 9©!ef€J Q[9|©f Q3 ©] 

G?©9ig€»^'€^QS©g©iai@ fleuGQ os_ 915^ 
Ql5 G)I9I^3<^'S« 6 ^1 a©gieQ ©3*^ (^^Sj!- 

cii<i;(Qai — siQ eiQoi) 1 ggo©! SQia'q 9a6?» 
SQ?* gift©! asQ ©g*cft giai©i ©« eoi©©^ 
C^^Q ^Ga ^?i£i ©191 giaifff ©Qgg g^i 

a©a!G©©l«i^ 0«l^a5(^<&!Q QQQi^ 90; (Qsii ■ 
— ©& g§fl^5J!Q ggOl, ©IQ©^ ggQi) I 

9^©Q©1§>I ^a^4%G9 ^.^*« G9©i odi^ s^sT 
QacQ ©giQKj 1] > I (fius^ia') e©]^g9«i§j^ 

a©1^ ©^GQ©l— 2 {Figurative)To afflict 
or'give much pain to a person; to harass, 
SIG©. (9°9^q*) ^— ©©!€}©! (S©«a)— 

Baghariba (See), 

€lgS G@©l— S©. ©* (i^a^ief) — r I ^gfilG^ © ^ 69©! 

Santuli heba 1. To be affioated with pain. 

^^t^W ^^ [Q— g^giQQ ©jQisQ f g§» G91C5 

«^ TTHT ©qS l] > I a©€i)r| glQ^ Gaiq[ ©M^9 
69©|— 2. To be afflicted with excessive 
heat, [sat— <1 ©9*^ €1^ «©GQ QlQGQiC 
Q096Q i ©^ €%®QQ q<g>| g§© €9[Q*Q!^8 |]-- 


a«t^ 


( r»^*> ) 


3SSJI9T 


Santushta ®|. a)— ^ i ^S^I^qSj ^^^; gqa— 
(g^^l — ^1) 1. Contented', gratified; satisfieds 

Pleased, 
(ag§^— ^aqiQ) ^ I f^j a-ajl^^^-S. Overjoyed. 

Santusht^ karibS To please a person; to make 
^%t ^^1 ^'gS '^'^n one satisfied or gratified. 

a&€Q <S?a Q«ieQ ^3§^ ^Q^i' aeqia 

d^g ©^—3. 9 ( ©SdlQq )— f ^ qg— Contented 
Santusbta chitta mind, ffr Q«. gf (Q'jvl^)— 

Inwardly pleased; gratified at heart. 

g§^ e©©!^G0.9^K»-Q§^e©®i8)— a§% g©ohCsq«) 

riantushta cheta Santushta chetSh ( See ) 

Fantuslita chetah eo©« ai<i?!«=Qg^ SOOflJ 
Ifll. l^)—ig<5«©!8— Gratified at heart; 

inwardly pleased, 
g^g fi©— 69.^ (©5JdlQi^,g§^+q»\)— aoQGJ^'S— 
Santusbta mana Contented or satisfied mind. 

>i^l^=T l-Si-^^l^; g". ggg cqii) -gg^qou (g:?«) 
H"gsiT5r Santushta manah ( See ) 

Santushta manah iaivlQ^tqi* ^<^i) — q^^ GO0I8 — 
«g^m03.g^'7 Gratified «t hea«-t, in- 

<afii^ 5l)©9l,^l J ^ wardly pleased, 

Santuahti gqCsS— 1. Contentment. ^ ( qeOIGQId 
—2. Satisfaction^ gratification, 

SaDtushti kara ai9l 9^9''^ 9g^ ©q-0 — 
g§^ ©'^ 1 qi Gratifying; satietactory. 

Santolana ^qi— The act of fryiag any 
(^e^^ift© — ©Si), kitchen vegetable et3, to a 


point when it b9Come3 almost water- 
less. (QC^iai - CQ». ^3 gS^^jft^l— GQ.^). 
ee^lS — ^\ o. (ga^+^gyi9+gg. a)— t. i 0S)c©lQ> 
Santosha © ^— I, Satisfaction; gratification- 
f^l contentment. / | a'ij'Q; aOQ— 2. Joyj 
^'gs, ?P%T^ pleasure. §!• ©^—Q^q— Satisfied, 
gratified. [sj— geqjia G^S^ fllfl GQ »9 

Santosha kara ©g^f^iQ; Ql^i nQQ Q«i!<l— 
Gratifying; aatiafying; pleasing^ satis- 
factory. (gG^lQ ©«»5>j qG^!€l gQ, QQ^I«gQiqG> 

«ip*i^a) (QGgiQ e^, ae^iQ Qs*o», qs^ia gQi, qg^iq 

SQiq©!— g,l> 

Santosha kariba To please or gratify a person^ 

>K^t^ ^ ^*gs ^?:^ 

Santoshanlya yi^+Q^. aQi^) — ^ I lai^lCS" Q§%= 
©qQ^tQQO— !• Fit to be pleased or 
gratified. ^ I iai^lG^qgg QQaiQ 9IGQ— 
^ ?, Capable of being gratified. 

Santosha bardhana ©^ ^©IQQI; ge^!«ij Q<^Sif 
a^©©Q O^Q^l — Increasing or promot- 
ing satisfaction or 

pleasure. g». §^ ( + ©|!- a©) —63 QSQIQ- 

©Q*^© ©q<3— Promoting satisfaction; 
{gGftJlQ*^*^© — 3*** 9^%9) conducive of pleasure^ 
QG^l^ $<§— g^ ^ ($>ql «^©J— «fl€8 ©^^ Q991 — 
Santosha biuddhi Promotion of pleasure. 

QS^IQ G90I— gi- §— aQ©^5 GWii^gq e<??»i— 

santosha heba To be pleaaedj to be contented^ 
Santoshiba To please: to satisfy^ to gratify, 

^'^gs^sn gyioia, 6flq<^© i> 

Santoshl q©^^ ^au ^©)—a^|Q©Q—l. Pleas- 
(qS^I9«1— ql) ing| gratifying. 5 I (9G^I<a + 
nQ aa^GQ Q«?j Vfll ^9) 9§q— 2. Conten- 
ted^ « I t^^ g^Q©^^. Contented by 


nature* 


yojit 


^Q,g 


( rov*^ ) 


gQ^Q 


Santrasta g§. ®) — aoM^ ge> ^O ©©O — 
Terrified; very much afraid* 

QQ o«i9f© -go I] 

Santra Santara. (See) 

SanfirSsa Terror; much frightj great fear. 

Santrasita ao^ gig qSQig — Frightenedjterri- 
(Q«i(9©i— <il) fied. [©— gQ39=®e© qs; Q^l^® — 

aoigig ^i^^'9 I] 

Santri lH ^ Sentry; sentinel. 

Santha ggg; Ql. q§) — <. i ^^JS^Q; 9e€5^ *f9J 
51^ aafcT ^1^ ©^$ — 1. A good person, (€!— 

QGfil I ©Qftia. -gQQ© I) 5 f «W« «>"JSI — 

2. A pious person. (Q—aai^iJ €11^ GQ 

fjl^**?*, 5i9ig€i©, Qi^ I ) • I q*5'!^^'a — 

3. A great man. v \ g|a|G!^ G^Qolj 
QIQI© —4- A recluse; an anchorite, [Q— 
^9^9 '^ a&GQ O €IQG} 4l<^Crsl9IQ QStGQ 

^=* '^ 0Q9I 01^" 4^*OI§ SffCJ g<?tfl «Q9I ©©Q 
^^PTTITa aiO — 5. New lesson imparted cr set 
to a student by a teacher for prepar- 
ing it. ( Q -G3P-q.S^0!^ Q^Q eg aq- 
^Q ®Q SQH gg I gdlC-ia. 9€)|© I) [o— • 
g. 8^=«'$Q 'S'lOq GQI^^I a*ai * Q^^«8 

Giai? 9S} Oitt* ^GtGQ «)9Q®3^ 69IQ 03 

e9«^!6i gi©s^ -05^ €iq»5i <^ aef «gas i] > j 

(Q*) 6««(* Q«l99l Qifl— 6* A name given 

^ ^PRcT to male*. GQ, 9^ — 9liy€ll«5 3©^€ftft — 

/ Holiest^ noble; good (person), ( Q— 151^ 

9^ fi^^GQ Q99 €>£?, aGQ ^91 ^Q O 

^^S G«{^«i«l— W* ^— Qg GWI <GQfl) 

Saatfaar ghe(ghi)aibi SAntha neba. (See) 


g9©0_eQ. ^ (e- gQ^+sC>W«tey c^9— ^^ good 
Santha jana persoc (^— G©^ 691QQ <^^^Q 

08 GQQt— SQ- -^ — 39% sQ'fi'a ©€iQi aiQ (<is^) ^o 
Santha deba atO ©f^QQ^i — To seta new lesson 
^^ *i^1 1:?^^ to a pupil to prepare it at 
5|?TT qT« ^ home. 

eg 6«Qi— G^. § — (a§) q.€^*oi^ ^ aio g-s*^ 

Santha neba 9Q9I — To take a new lesson 
^^^ «tf1 C=re?r| swt TTS ^sn from a leaoher- 

gS QQtl"(G^)Q<?l— GQ. ^— q^sr QQ^ <?« aiO^J 
Santha p9ita(te)iba aq® 01 qsig ©Q<?! — 
s? ^ »t5l ^^ ^ To get by heart or prepare a 
5I?n«n3 ^T^ %Kfil new leeaon. 

Qga^— €9. ^— ^ I ^16^5)1—1. Nobilityj goodness. 

Santhapana honesty^ 5 I aOQ^Q alfij^il; CjC^I — 

5|^*|^ 2. Civility; gentlencBs of mannerSj 

¥l?f!cn nobility of character* f> \ ^O^ ©*f99fQ — 

(ggg^a— 39*1^3) 3. Gentlemanly conduct; 

civil manner*?. 

Santha mahanta flOl^QI-Sl G^QQlfllGO— Ordinary 
^^ 3(5t^ e?cr Tf^f^ anchorites and abbots. 

^9 GQ6i(ai)— GQ. Q-gi^ G^^QaiOQQ^Q03G'5>}a^ — 
Santha meia(la) A gathering of anchorites, 

gs gifci-eQ,Q ( -a^m s-^osi^ e^90» )— ^i^ie- 

Santha sSdhu 6§^^9« — Anchorites. 

gfii— G<3».9— QiaQ 01 aici^^i oeiQ q^ caaQ <J© e^iQ 
Santha ff S^ (§ ©g qy^ q9 -iPIG* r© 6 ail* ««? 
^f^1 G^i§!q9&, -ogaicf ©r q^GQ Qa9<M ©iS 9\ 
^Wli QQ©! — A probe or wick or plug thrust in- 
to the mouth of a sore or abcess,so that 
the purulent matter inside it will be 
drained out when the plug is taken 

out. [©—091% ofaQ ^'^ «i®^6Qe«5 .6^® 

@9QIG^ ee n^ G9193I-C t] 

CIQ— G9G9- 9 (ETI- 3Q9j — ^^'^ (e*M»«) 
Sanda Sananda. (See) 

Safldarhsa Cf©! W€) €51^^ Q9id% «iq^ fcf€€)) — 


fia«€i 9i9€> o^tq 


( r»«» ) 


'^m 


1 I aiV aS— !• A pair of tongs. 31©g[S! — 

2. Pincers. * | qci«|® — 3, Nut-cracker* 

Sandariisa prapita nyaya ^<3> Q§% q9©l 90 ^Q 

g«iiq gqij c^<j — -'V metaphorical expres- 
sion or analogy used in the case of a 
person or thing tightly pressed from 
both sides, as by a vice, and thus being 
incapable of freeing himself or itself. 

Sadamsa jatana Name oi a part of the bell 

of the Hindti mythology. 

[q^— Qfj^^asT gig ©Qsct qq^'^q eoaet oq 

.^^QQ_SQ. « .—(3. ai'Qs; Q'. €l«iq^^ ) -QseGasQ 
Sandarasa q^ ^*!g; <«> e©IQ «tftOS^ 

sandaras; a kind of resiDj the diied 
juice of Yateria India. [Q^ — <ltl Qif 9^ 

.^©9—^.^. (Q?i^=gq%,+ 'j^^»i^='J9^ oQ«i+g^, 

Sandarbha Sjii© 6«ef S^*1«?S€9 3q<5i© G^1G}?1«?I 
Q©01)— ?- I Q©«i; S9« — ^- ^11, essays a 
compcsitionj a thesia. y I Qti^Q 3^0 
g^'I^^^Sa ^n^ QQQI— 2. A discourse in 
which the parts are well connected^ a 
connected na mtive. • I «99 — 

3, Collection; compendium; camp ilation. 
ys 1 qcv^—^. Connection, x I S2® — 
5. Arrangement. 51 I (+QSl a) e^«9 
s?9!^ ^^.©GQ 99 4^* — 6- -^ treatise on 
a particular subject, 9 i ^fe.lQ — 7. 
Expansion, r | Q^fll^ o^ieT— 8. Secret 

^qo<Q^" — aO'J^Q) 01^ hidden meaning. 

tiandarsana QS^Q; a^iSQ^ft; ©gs^— 1. Observ- 
ation>act of looking at a thing. ?iagai 
—2. Examination; scrutiny. «>t 6Q^9I — 
3. Act of seeiag;. « I «0— 4. Know- 
ledge; -wisdom; idea- « 1 O^J cif^Q — 

(q*WQ— n<»l%9) 5. Form> shape; iiJaage. 


Sandashti QQGQ Q\^^\ Gi^iQ?!©!— 1- Severely 

bitten -> I «€l'qi — 2. Brought into 

contact. « I (^©^69 fii€i— 3. Closely 

(gc(9«...»5(ff**Qcj) joined with; made to adhere t^, 

Sandashtostba puta i%^ Q\<^\ ^I^ )— «i9 

(«<«sgi^ q^i — il) 9^^ G91Q €ia qciGQ «»q (^o^ 

« C G©!Q GQ «iC? © bSiaS— One who has 

very firmly pressed his teeth on hia own 

lips in a paroxysm of an^er. 

gQl9»^3iGQ. (QiGR^G)) 9-— QIOQ G^l^ GCfill — 

Sandarda A thick cudgel of wood, 

gQIQ— go.Q^ — (9q^+GQiai^=S9QO Q€)9l + ^^*a0)- 

SandSna ^. i qq^g>^ GQQO — l.Cutting through; 

tearing asunder. ?| ^©Q— 2. Bindiog, 

^ \ {+Q^ «'»)^erft— S.Chain. ^ i -Q^ — 

4. Rope, chord, ♦ I Q®Q QldO 9| — 

5. ^Bond. 9 ! {qfl^+Q|Q=Q©g5t ^!Q) 
9^1Q QGaiQ3 ^^^*^ GQ«1 6 »\og!^Q 

6. The upper part of the brow and the 
lower part of the knees of an elephant 
from which a sweet-acenbed juice is 

(q'=Ql»— a»«i%a) exuded* 

Sandanita 1, Enchained. J \ 9^ — 2. Bound. 
(g^Qi©©— a»*tqa) •" 1 S« — 3, Torn. 

SandSninI 6SiI^e^9(S*iaio)— GQi€l!ai; q9l« '3Q— 
Cow-shed; a place where cattle are 

(<a'Q.«"a— a»M^a) . tied. 

SandSba V I QQ\^fi — 1- Fleeing, 5 l 9^^^l— 
: (^-Ql*— a»'»^a) 3. Retiriag. 

Sandi Sandhi ( See ) 

g^SEO (a«»*!iQ)— SI. P -^^'a Q^*!'^ i^^^ ) 
Sandia (etc) Sandhia etc. { See ) 

gQQig_Qj, (9°. qani^l)— a^*ii«il eo«< ) 

Sandiasi Saany5si ( See ) 

Satidigdha «►)— S(Q9l5i; ^^^ qg— Suspiokmsj 
(rog— aft't^a) sceptic; doubtful. 


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Sandigdha chitta Suspicious mind. 

(gOfl €J^ — ^1) QOg €0Si|8 {_€Q3 ) 

Sandigdha chetalj ( See ) 

€iOQ G00!8— q°. ©«!. ?! <S 5,1 (9^51$; QQi + GOOqj 

Sandigdha ohetih ^g-^ tQ) — ai9lQ po 9«aq- 

[90f eQQI— 69, ^q] qQ aeg; QI9IQ <3»SQ 

^€';4"5' ©I© C'S'IQaS — Of a suspicious 

mind 5 doubting, 

CIC?€I©I — g». © (a*. 9©g+Q6^' ©I) — t IQeoj^q^©!; 

Sandigdhata go$!Q«|— 1. Doubtfulness; hesi- 

tativeoess. 3 \ aQQ-lQ Qj^SQ CQC^iQ — 

9eQ<i? OfO e<3iQl eQIQ— 2, a defect in com- 
position eonsistiDg of the use of a word 
capable of conveying more that one sense. 

0$ 6QQI g^Oi^ OQ aqQ 
^§ ^QM 6QQi ^Q 969 get a<^Q 

<JOfl§. aa£?io «Qcf«1 i] 

sandigdha manab e*) — SOS COOU ( eO€i ) 
[qQ^ CiQl— eQ€!5 qa) Sandigdha cheta^ (See) 

Sandita gQ|s>o (€Qfii)— Sandanita (See) 

ciQSi— gi= 9 (^'^ qeo©)— aoftiQ; flsoiQei^ 9131 — 

Sandisa ^srf^sit^ qfix^^l Desire; wish^ 

€iQg— ^'^o^; a*' (gg^+Qgt^ ai%=ae<>3 9©qi, 

Sandish^a ©§©|+9«J. ©)- 1 1 ««?% aeoa 9*5; 

(9C?§( — <i1.^^) a^5 —1. Commanded; ordered. 

^ I Q^®— 2, Spoken; told. g». © (+Q9*©) 

t I CI6Q€1 — 1. Order; commaad, j I9|^S 

q^lQ — 2- News; information^ intelli- 
(^Q^l'^a^^g) gence. 

Sandishtartha «ef— a6qi©» 91 €56€>S«I QI-JIQ). 
(S«>^ldi — ^1) 91^^993 ^9— Messenger. 

• SatidihSua vsq 0€)9I + 9^, «Q)— qco^ilSi^^j 

Uq9I«?i— ^1) 9"€tJ^ q9j ai9iQ weQ geo9 ©10 

69]Qae — Suspicious; soeptic; doubtful. 


g®1~3-. Q^, il (gq^+SQl ang^GfiQO 9€i9l+9^,. 
Sandi «+^1. €))— t I aQil-^l- Bed, 5 ! «» — 
2. Bedstead. • J agol^ oe$a-3. A stool; 
(qqi — hOyQS) a small chair. 

Sandipya g^-^Name of a tree; Celesia 
(Q^gg^— SQS^a) Cristata. . 

^**^.?*""^^* 9tfi — (^q+'jfi*^'^^ ai^=-a2^ Qs;9i+ 

Sandrubdha ©S. o) ^ I g^JQ — ^- Sevpn;orderly 
arranged. 9 \ Q90 — 2. Composed. 

aCQ— glS-Q. (9iG^«lQ) €)— qSQ^ — 

Sande Doubt. 

Sandesa ^ i <;$^\<i^'. 9l§ll} «9Q— l. News; intel- 
5IW»r ligence, 5 | a^^Q ©gjfj eSQQ Q?ilQ— 

^r^ 2, Message, •» | C|@i^ aCQ€l — 3. Order*, 
(gQ^-^e^) command, 69. ©-— ^ I (3. aCQQ^ 
«9l^l,q'9iq» I 9©^«a^% i^aa 9'9I9 $?«*l^ 

QiQ e0€f <^*) soiaK^ 01 9i®eQ ^eoa 91 
S^iq eoi99i 9cr 6Q€ilq gai% 09 91^9 IQ 
aQag I ) — qgiSQ 91 ©esQ qiq ©q aicj^^f 

0^a^9l^€Q9l €9QI€Q Q%Q ^^l&9C€t3 
— l.A swcetoDeat made of the scrapings ~ 
cf cocoanut or cheese fried with sugar, 
[5— 9fir €9€16^'«®'BOiQ9IQefi!SGQ96S' 

««^ 69iq 6 q.9e9 &n^ 9eQ€i scrQis^^q;. 
9^fliQ^6'ea?ieQ oaQ aeoa oiwo ^e^a 

Q«9iGQ 6 ^^SQ ©aq ga' «? ^le^i^Q 
39 Qoiai<j i ^€oaQ ^^i^ aa^e9 919* iq ' 
90* 693St a99oi^eQ (^^aiGQ Q3a& 1] ^ 1 
^9^ <3tiss9N6sr ©s^ ^fijaiQ 96^QeQg^«i 

G9lQg|OOQ99l ^qi<a9C€ia — 2. Asweet- 
meat prepared by frying fresh cheese 
-with 8ugar.[Q— €^9 ges^iQ ejPQ ^jyeQC^i^ 
ai@0(9 ^Q\9 89IQ 9Q'€Q €>& 9ai<^ ®|% 
«^^q^9l 9lf 963969 Q^&£^ 9€(}€) <$<]>, 
q.<^ S^9 Q&Q€1<$ QI9ig9l9 996Q 919 9l9l 
df&GJ 96Q€t Q9Q 9^910 I <19I99I QfH ^ 
69iq% 0«6Q 9€1IQ aC^IS^fi) P2J Q$"^ 
Q60€l «)aQ '$<! I 9Cr ^9369 a« Ql9ICIfeQ 

«^. a9iQeQ'9|© a6Q«q 'tia ^cotf^. 

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'q^^Q xt6Q€l*, «^a€Q e&l8 6«ia €)^ QsuaiQ 

(^'5tC^ttirt) G9'«3Q1< t -C^IQ^I 9^ OI9JQ 

SS«>9<i *q^ «lSQ€l,69ia9l<3 I ] QL (aQt) 9 

a«, Q-tQ TOQ ge^a 1 — g!©l- €|iq_V 
qi9l^*« * ) 

Sf*ndesa baha OQ^O^i '^Oj -^tQOq — Mea- 
[9G(3Q'Jf$l)€J'-a»*'^9] stnger; news-bearer. 

Sandeha a) i \ ^€1^3 e*Ja^Q — 1- Doubt; 
suspicion; suspease, 9 \ aeflfttJJQ 

$6€ia— 2. A figure of speech. 

e^e^^ 9|i^ €Q^ &t$ 091^9 Qg 92tl^ QI9| 
g^a^^^^t 9^39 <3<?%<5> 96^9 9|)<^ qQ6Q 
9) - €9*1 a-'SQ g6W9l«°9fQ ^< I 

^^§ ^'a'Q ^^Qs as ^s% y$aQ, 

'Oq'^ G€1:^ did e99l%9Q69 I 

S-iudeha kanuy 6919^ 0Q9I— To doubt; to 

5|<?W^ ^^ ^'^ ^^'T suspect. 

QGO9999— "^ «;>^^€1^' q$3*f q^GQ 9'€}^ 9iQ 

Sandeha janaka gq<3— Eagenderi Dg doubt 

ia one's mind| suspicious 

46Q9 SQi®!— ^'^ ^ *S?* gsftiisji^)— SQiQi qea 
Sandeha dol» ^0^9 QS^iJ— Suapensej doubt 

compared to a swing 


Sandeha bhanjana QQtfl —Removal of a doubt 
Saudeba sankara A kind of figure of speech. 

[Q^— cas^'oKQ <5jQS aoQisi qjJSQ 69^*S 
gGQiQ-i C9ifi% qsQ? 9<i, eroieq '^^leQ-* 
9«*9^' aQ*9i€j <$<!; aeii— '^^o<g €€U^ 
Eue^s" I ^^ 9i9*(GQ eoiq eiQ^i ^^3 9ij^tQtfi 
^iq"" qfii^Q q^QaQ^qif oqcq 9^ 9<;i90Q eo^ 

ai69 I <QaQ SQGQ ^96Q<$ 9»Q' aOQ'IQ 

e9Q e9i<t <i<i\Q\< 1} 

€I^Q9 ^%0— «°. ©«» {*%\ 99 J — 5ieQ90|3 9G«?<?- 
Sandeha samkula ©09 — Doubtful; suspicious. 

Sandehakula g'QGia — Troubled with dottbt 

[qec??!©^©— SQ'*^9] 

Saadehalainkara Sandeha 2. (See) 

gandehi +Qi3 «. qf. ^ 90©)— 9'flq9ig— 
IC*?^ Doubting; auspicious; sceptio, GQ 9^. 

©19 ^<|— Suspected. ( Q — qqq qG«>9l 
QgiqlqiQQ* QQ 9^9 9Q Q9G99 G€(^ qtS^ 

oqqQ^ OGSa 1 ) 
eeog agifti— GQ. 9- (9©Qa)— g^qsp mqi^Q^- 

Sandehi 5saml ^;)| ©Q^GQ 0l91«i SGO-g^ gg 
^Ks^R^^I'tt'il <J^C>^ffHI*fl QiQeiK— A suspect. 

QGO19— 3. e>-(qq^+<5>9^ ai^=-'j|9t+^9, a) — ti 

Sandoba gq^g^eQI^Q^ SJ^fl ^Sa -^§91— 

I. Milcbing well. 9 I (4-9^. a) QW 

gq^ig^ gqi9» 9q G^^iqas —2, That 

which has been milched well, v | 

^ea — 3, Milk. ■* 1 9fl 9— ^.Multitude-, 

assemblage. ♦ i qS — 6. Heap. 

9«>J9 — 3. 9. (qq^+5^di^— G9as9 aa» 9Q91 + 

Sandr5ba q9. «) — 69aGfil GiflQ; QOIJ^Q— 

Fleeing aw^yi flight. 
[«^-.9<^OQ q|09 ^"^91 ^9 ^3, 
9I<^ 9 9^Q 9QJ9 6iai€ll')3 I 


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/ ^atldha A kind of scent. 

SandhS a)— t | a^q<9ig — 1. Investigation^ 
eearobing. y \ g^^— 2 Promise; vow, 

'q^-'iq®' — ^* g«— (-iQ*i = 3^o ass ^©i=» 

««qGSl a«« i] •" I ae — =^. staying; 
existence, v | g^^ gQ|©— 4. Space bet- 
ween two things; joint, ^ \ 90Q— 
5. Meeting; mixing up; alliance; union. 
9 I q©**!— 6, Evening, gQ q^— e ! QIQQI^ 
M^M ftsrr^ <ai4lQI — l. Intimately n>ixiag 
^td^, ft^ft "fer* np many things, y iq^3lW» — 
2, Interstice; space between- 

«1«I(G®)QQI— GQ* «• — e I 9^w ^i^i© S©^ qajlaoi 
SandbS(ndhe)iba W't^giq ciiQ9t ^qr OgQ©l — 
6Wl*l ^li^lHI 1. Causative form of 

eaif <i oifteo <©igcc;' «9t©eo«>i— 2. To 

put the arnm seeds in a hi 1p under th« 
ground for sometime lor caus>ni; them 
to sprout. [9— ^i^q^^ q©! .\^qj 

€I«I QiO— giGQ (0I©gQ)$' — aiirSQ 990 «;Qi^- <^ 
Sandha gi aa t§*i£j »ao 9®SQ G5»5»l Qig - 
Eczima between two fingers due to 
the palms or the feet bein? drenched 

too otten Id water, 

Sandhatabya +$5f ©«>«()—? j qi§)| q^q ^ 
C^9<>l €Jg>»— 1, (A per^on? Fit to be 
allied with; (^ person) with whom 
an alliance should be formed, > 1 q\<^\<^ 
g«IQ «>Q^I 6J©®— 2. Fit to be searched 

after, 

Sandbana ^^.a©)— « I G«l©Ol; 23GC^««J G«l»; 
9Q^— 1. Searohing; enquiry. ^ t Qqfi 
CIRS9I ^19© QIQQ^I 98^ €«H©?|— 


2. Searching aitet a lost or stolen; 
thing, m \ gg^; j^|o — 3. Mixing up. 
* I a«<»j ffeaieo- GateCI— 4. Joining, 
meeting; unif^uj junction. ♦ | §®— 
5. Staying; eituation ^ 1 qq* <^q 9g9 
GQICtglO — g T">int; juncture^ confluence 
9I8IO© — 7- Sapportine; brinpina np; 
cherishing; fcterin?^ r 1 ©|^ eOlOOl — 
aOGQ €IS1 GQiSqi —3. Fixing or setting 
an arrow t'> the bow ^ \ Q^Q^g 
Bindine-, bond. to| ^q^QJ flQ^ 

GQlQ— 10. Mixing up the mt^teriale for 
wine; fermentation, t,^ | pQ*j gQ. ^g— 
11. Wine; spirits. ?5 | ©15 — 12. Fer- 
mented or s-^ur rice-gruej. ffln| gi©3^|; 
Q^l — r^. Equipmentsj accoutrements* 
<.v I ?)Q«i g«1oo«-^l4. Act of diatiling 
or fermenting spirituous liquor. «^ | 
©aiC^ Q<jGQfao— .16. Expediency, t^ I 
fijQ'i— 16. Aim. €Q, 9, — 't. I - <5?©^gi qi 

©&«i Ql ^919; %g©— 1. Clue; informa- 
tion abcut a lost or stolen thing or 

^Wl^ ^ff^ about an offence. 5 | q€)Q|qq 
q^ ^eil; g^® ^— 2. The mysteries or 

5!^ ^^ni secrets of a family. gQ, 9^— - 

Q-ao; a'69l©5>— Attached, 

— ©CIQla. <gQ90 ] 
Q«K>9Q^1— g»- ^) — qG<§f«y ©eag— Aame of a 
Sandhan karanl panacea, 

[^— q-^lQ QQ^I GQ ^afil*IQQ«1 
^€l9SlQQ GS gl^S 09^1 I 

g^lQ Q€JQ!— GQ ^— 1 1 e«|©Qi— 1. To search 
Sandb&na kariba after* ^ | 0Q9 QQQt*-2* 
'WR ^RlT 13 Pft«ini To enquire into. 

q»l© GQQI — ^G<?» «\— 6o|^9 Qaq€^ oai awt ^''SW- 
SandhSaa deba ©oiQPf*— To suggest ol pdnt 
'RitST we^rt 1?IT "i^ out the clue to a person. 


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3T5Rt^"*I^?n e@^|— To be on the Icok-out ior a 
TOtlfsn clue; to enquire into a matter; to 
make enquires into a matter. 

^®10 QIClSH— eQ. ^— ^QC^^ aiQQI; GOl^S ©"3^" ©en 
Sandhana paiba qi ^qiq a©€!0 G^OI — To get 
'W?? *lt«?| a clue to a matter; to find out a 
I^TTIT^ due. 

€!»!» Q^—^. © (G$Q*!p) —S'^QfeilS'ilg QIOI QQIQ 
Sandhsna bargra qcq (ggi — qo^^ €QiO% Cliyl, 

^llti) — The different sorts of wine ropn- 
tioned in the Hindu medical treatises, 
^<&I0 ««)^i— 6<<?. ^ — 6€i|SI i3i€^^QI 6^«9 ^Qi^Q 
S ndhflna milibS ©at Q€i\ 9^91 — The clae to 
l^it^ 0(^ a matter being found out. 

Sandhana sutra ^aii^ — The clue to find out 
[gQ!» qQ(^)Q ~e<9. qa] a thing which one 

is aearchin? for» 

Sandhanlf^a j|$jq — Pickles prepared from 
various fruits. [q - 9|8|Q«5S 091 ^q 

•- -» en 

SsndhSnita 1. Mixed up. 5 | gg"©©— 

2. Joined together. m \ Q\f^\L, g^|© 
^aaS— 3. Tracer!; 

SandbSni t I B^-fleiOQQ— ]. Searchim:. 3 | 
(g©!©^ — %1) asi^ig- 2, Ai s!io^ a. 9 (gg 4. 

Sandhana (Sec) 3- ^^Q lQ©Qa)— ^1 q©*Q 
0€J<?I€Q 3<^99 -1 Experti or skilled in 
traoicg^j having detective capacity, 

2. Detective; engaged in detecting 
crimes, 

Sandhi t. I ^€910; QiiO—L Meettn ; union. 


— 2. Spaoe between two things; inter- 
stice. [^— ©^ QOPp ^39^ «>«IW, 

69193 ««?— 3. Jonction; joint, v | f+q^, 
Q) eqalQQSl— 4. Establishment of 
friendshia. # I (+0€5tf». O) (gQCa©) q^ 

QSQ C>©a1«i^<S aeor fliie^ Qiogi qq*© 

^01 g|90— Apolitical) 5.Treaty; alli»nce 
set up betwe nthe rivd parties after 
war- [^—99^9 «^ 6Q » 9^10 I €^«» 

e?eQ^a«oj9 >] [q^ — ^^jJilif <}«> ©eoia- 

C^IQ Q@6Q ^^ QQIQ ^Q^ ^^9^ 89 I 

aQflQ «?ye^ aoio ciO'CJ goi©, g^a oofip 
atflQ.Q, QQIQQ e^99IQ Q!S)«tiQ a«1©IQj 

^si Q^« goi©, aa^iQ e^^i 9»Q ^«Q 

aQ«ito <S ac^i qciQ a^q aa; ^^JQ qaQ 
^:Q^Q 9«Q giQ— 6. The meeting space 
between 'two ages; the period of time 
between two auooessive ages* 9 i 

( €iq^ w*ii ) e*?*? 32;a| ^1 ^Q gs^Q 
^QQ gft; 04* — -^ (Anatomy) The joints 
of the body. [O — QQ CQ^Sq 5««? 9© 

^Qsei ^^^i sai— c©^ifl1a 6 Sq I eo^i- 
«t1o q^ 9IQ acrqiQ qao 9<l I ^Q 9©qio 
GQ9Q ao*iiOM a'^CQ eii4 . 1 a^ssSQOSQ 
q^qiOGr r eai? aq as; iaai—e©i€», 

^C^Q g':«aiCi©l« qOI^Q— (grammar) 
§ The resultant letter formed by the 
blending of two letters (the last kstter 
■of a word and the first letter of the 
next wcrd); conjunction of two letters. 


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9QQ G9m 9QQ« ^0^ 9*l«(» 9S ^€Cr 
C>HiW> Q^^'ei 9QC4 q'QSt G9ew 9*iS9 99 

<^<i <<? esq eK5>si 6f«6<i Q9i 93^ 9€Gr 

(§€r»i paiQ 0^©3lO- 9- Part of a drama 
between two acts or ecenes. ^•I (+©Q6i 
o) ^^ ais; €^€l 9Q9t 8IQ' G4<i^i6d <3Q- 
€)OQ% cTSQ©* 01©— 10. A bole bored 
into a house by bouse-breakers* 
t« I go«r; q^cr— 11. Tanael. ^j i qib; 
^QiQ^ — 12, Hokjbreich. i« | eigoio— 

13. Mine; excavation; pit. t* I ^IQ— 

14. Door; entran e- v« | (+«§• Q) €^05 
giaiSKjQ— 15- Tbe raginal orifice- t9 I 

(-|-g«€t. Q) ^Siq- 16- Rest; repose^ 
recwss ?9 I '9-)©1 (e^— 17- Sandhi- 
paj*. (See) K*^ I { + gQ^ q) Qid<5; Qidi- 
giaffld geaiCi €^-31!^— 18. Means or in- 
struments fur the accomplishment of an 
aot. ^q I (+^.1- 0> 9^\^'y ©Hi «ai — 

19. Clue; intorm£»tv n; the key to a 
rcatter- ?• I (grf. Q) ^5 ©eitj «9^*i — 

20. Secret; mystery. 5? | G^QQ a© ^-Sa 

q^gg^ 90) — 21. C'-isis of a disease. 69* 

jiSctt® 9— t. I ifii^ »^ g-^^'31© *e«9; ^Q apssi 
^i^TcT ^'S 9^ <s CBQ ^e©ia©@© a^ai— 

1, Typhoid; state f collapse in fever 
1^ cholera etc* 5 | (0©-) QO3 ©9^ — 2, Con- 
gsr ceit; diceit; hypocricy. ( q_<jqq e^lfi^ 

Jift Pl'tf'1%1 1) * I as fl"*^ €ld— 3. Narrow 

er'iPTaft lan^- w I ©aiQ -l^ Qrf^l <iw9qi — 4, The 

bidden purport or meaning of any 

speech^ ( €$ — QQ<^{ ^I^Q {(^ €Q ^^ 

T!^ « I ©ai ©g^>iQ €}c1 n)| ewlao— 5. The mode 
m ^^ oi expTese ni matter, (q — ©aiQ 
fei 4IQ «)t<t e9|<^ Qt^ I ©a t) 

SapdhiS 1. SandHya. (S. t^> > I (gs QQ) «© 
{€©«) — 2. Sandh . (See) SQ. $— V I M? 


>rf* OCQQQyQ 5 €141^ a»€lQ 66119 ©iai~ 

H'f^ !• The joint between the two arcs of 

the rim o£ a cart-wheel; tbe tenon or 

mortise by which the arcs of a cart 

wheel ate joined together- CQ. ^^ — 

ffii^ ^'fiigw («*. Q©) S^ea^— Having 

joints. 

Sandhia pa(po)cbara qa ^^^If^QIQS^ 99^© 

^iftR^i ©Q9I aici* ^*l«>f© §« (S G€1W— The 

^'f=WiT ^Jtar tenon and mortise which secures 

the different arcs of a cart wheel; the 

boles and pins of the different pieces of 

the cart wheel 

Q®80 Q(€909q fliQQi— SO. ^— ^ I ( ^stfia ) e«3tfi3 

Sandhia pa(po)chara mSriba fttdiq ^jii q©o» 

?l%Rfff "sf t&1 OQ g^lQO OQ^I— L To accomplish 

^■feJf^«IT5rnWT a work very strongly and 

securely. > I ^99 09q ag^^ (^9 QQ91 

Qicf 9$6Q ^^ SQ© fll^Qi — 2. To make 

the rim of a oart wheel strong by 

securely putting the pins into the holes 

of the different arc& 

SaQdhiasi An anchorite. 

Sandhika gc^g)© Q^^ <©©PI — One of the 13 
kinds typhoid fever- [ q— -^ggQ G^qIq 
0QJI^9«?»3 «g <9I ^lil (*«S9!©* €)QQ 

?9^€il e^a I) j 
3Si oai— GQ. 9 (q*>. ^+©ai)— t I ©eq 951Q11— 

Saadbi katha 1. A dilemma, 9 1 q^ qs|^ 
T|% ^^ Q^g*i— 2. A secretj a mystery, «| a$iga 
^ft^lT a^gi^S. A critical position, 

-aodhi kara ^19 "^Q QQa 9a(?^ 9®9!q ^ftO 

(g@*^-^1) ©q<3— (a person) Causing or 

bringing aboat alliance between two 

opposite parties. 

Sandhi kariba ©q9|— To enter into an alli- 
^^ ^^ ance or to make a treaty with the 


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Sandbfka ^9iQIOq^<i Q^SVO Q9IQQI — 

Distill a tior-, fennentation of the 

tnaterials for distilling wine* 

Sandbi kala qaJ9§5[l s^tf) ©|fl— The time of 
5i^^t^ eclipse between the full moon and the 
^'f«l^55 succeeding day* ( gj— 9iq-alJ|a q\<^ 

^§I^^Qq I ) ^". ^-^pa^ ( 6Qg )— 
Sandhikshana. (See) 

€!® s^-qv © (^^1 ©qJ- ^ I «© *afl% (jq? qi«q 

Sandhi kshana -?| <gqf ^gqQ 9QQ ©I»— 1. The 
period Jof transition between two 
periods or things. J I a^Q (S 6^9 

Qfl ( a^'eQ q© 9»l §0 ) — 2, The 2 

dandas of the 8th and 9th days of the 

bright lunar fortnights of Aswina and 

Chaitra. 

Q® «qQ— ^, ^. (S^'QIQ)— 9»^q»^ 96S9 — Name 
Sandhi guima of a plantj Laurns Lanceolaria 

Sandhi chstUra 6a^\es^Q QSQ S^ OlO GOIQ 
ecjQ OCQ — A house-breaker who 
enters into ^a house by boring a hole 

from out- side. 

Sandhi oh^rjya qq^ es^C? CQQ'<J — Theft 

committed by boring a hole into a house. 

Sandhi chyuta ("^l^) — Dislocated (bone) 

d® i^fl© — Qo. ^ — (♦5il ©G) — 9i9^'Q"'5 ^t9ei995>l— 

Sandhi chyuti Dislocation of a bone from 

the joint. 

g^gt—q*^. ^— ( 3©=sqQia©IC>4-®» 2»!^=S>^?I4- 

Sandhija g^^, a)— PCies^giq Qji G^iq g§%) 

€^91 Wl; ^g— Distilled spiriti.ferment- 

ed liquor. 

Sandhi jibaka a©) — «- I 63^* ^«I9 €105)igig 


Qs IQS 


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9flWI ©«ri9 gSQ— 1. Earning one's 
(g@fiI5>C)i. g@aS)qi — Ul) livelihood by pursuing 
Ca^ei^— »01^9) unfair means, j \ Q© €©t!^ 
0€? ea SieOI ©^l^ OeQ — 2. Earning 
livelihood by housebreaking. q». Q^. 
g>^t I g^SofQ— 1. A regular house- 
breaker by boring holes. J I <ii^\y 
^9a^2. A pauderer;a bawdja procurer. 

«!€> SI90 — ^". ^^<i^, q*' (*S>'5^§; g^ ass Qi^Qi 
Sandhi jibika fll^lQ) — g© «IW (SOa) — SandHi 
(s^SI©©!— %1) jibaka (See) 

Sandhit-sa a)— g©lQ OS)QI€) agl— A desire 
(g©ai — ao^qa) to enquire; inquisitiveness* 

Sandhit-su q©|Q '©Q^i^ Q$ Q — Inquisitive; 
(fl^a.^ao'fQg) desirous of enquiry. 

9S»©—^. e^**-( qei+g^ieef q© )— 1 1 9©©— i» 

Sandhita United; joined togrether; mixed up. 
^ I (Q«1I«>Q«)) fl^q.^— 2. (words) Com- 
bined into a composite word by the 
rules of Sandhi'. *» | p^-^S. Bound 
down. v| gjjgftO— 4. Re-united ♦ | g® 
9(q 39^—5. Bound by treaty, 

Sandhioi t | ^e -jig a^l^l Q^^^ €11^; 6^4 ^^^ 

1. A menstruated cow which has 
been copulated by a bull. > I SQiftSQ 
*$i9li^fll Ql*9— 2. A. cow which ie milked 
in wrong time without a calf» 

[ Q — o €iiqQ t^^ as^Q'^i^ — Qi^5>^*i ] 

« I 6g<5> QOlaoiQ ^^IQ 9S«9— 3. A kind 
of indication for exciting love. 

sandbi patra g^^iq S^Qi^ aia ^»aQ «Q^— 
A document signed by the parties to a 
(9^eQ« — a»*i%a)I treaty. 


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^^9|q1q '^Ql 6 9 [-The worship^o! Goddess 
Durga wbich ia done during the tran- 
sitory moment between the 8th and 
9th days of the bright lunar fortnights 
in the months of Aswina and Cbaitra- 

9^ 6 «i9p1q gafl ^i^ Q^l^ <§ "JQ q^ 

0©iq aaicii gyi^ a^ql g^©!^ g^siqi a^oi 6 
s^qlQ eas d oQfllQ a€iqeQ gg9Q! 8©|(j 
«gqi aj?i 01 ^^ a ©1 e^iiqaK] i a^cil as© 

9^c«i<a ij 

Sandhi baddha QygQ C^ g^O ^iq q«© — 

Allied with each other by a treaty; 

mutually allied. 

Sandhi bandha (a© ©QQi) — 1- A sort of 
flower; Koemferia Rotunda. 3\ 5^ 9©G» 
(eQei)— 2. Sandhi bandhana (See) 

•€1® €i@»— e. p ( »qi ©^^ ) — t. [ q@ 9iq gcjgQ 

Sandhi bandhana Q^O 9«0 — 1. Formation of 

alliance by a treaty^ y I («Q©1q) ^g — 

2. Vein; artery, [q — <§) ^g ags€J ?@ 

g\Q^ «^© ©Q Qe^Sl I] 

^®©l— €Q. ^ («• g®l©) — t I Q<9I© ©QQ|. 6«j|©©l3 
Sandhiba ©Q^©! — 1. To enquires to search. 
^^ ^1 5 I «9 qa© a<jQ g^i© ©q©| — 
QcIT SlfSTT 2. To aim the weapon Sakti at the 
"m>I^^^ target;. [q— ^ gi©©(J €19 «^ I 

a©lo ©€)PI; ^cp©i aicT €iQ*j a^eq 
CQI©©I— 3, To fit the arrow to the bow. 


[^— Q^^aqiseg^pq.^, ©q ©^© qq I 
m . GOI¥Q§l€l<^Qg i ] ^ ! q^9| ( epa ) 

4. sandhiba ( See ) ;si \ g^|Q©| ( cQSf ) 

5. Sandhaiba ( See ) ^ | gqI©©| ©q©i; 
i^rt^r ^^1 QQi^ia ©QQii^e. To attach, [q— y^cQ 
iitsm ©15 g^ ^^^ tei^l 1 (f^^e^. wi^Q©,©o 1] 

9 I esist©!— 7. To join together. [gj— 

©gqa9l€3^g^ ©i^ gQ, oeT g;ja> ©ia 

Q© ©19 -«, Q (g^ 2CGQ ©I© ©10)— C!^©!^; gq^q 
sandhi bata Q^^<si ©^^j), ^jq gg^.. 

Rheumatiam of the joints. 
Q€i ©99— ^. (oagaia© g^©©^ ^igi) -.^^ 6 q^^t- 
Sandhi bigraha Peace and war. 

d© ©g^o-ff. s» m^^9+Q)-Qm 9s§©> g;>tQg^ 

Sandhi bigrahaka 6 g® g^G^ Ga^* gg»© aqq^i 
<?39 (^fiieftig) — War-minister, 
g^ €»GSQ— «, ©-^ I g^ QQ* (6Q«I )"-l. Sandhi 
, Sandhi biohchheda bhanga. (See) ^ t (©•fi©Q^) 

g^ 9ig »ia EQ© cjQ Q^ tf^sq ga© 

©Q©!— .2, (grammar) Taking to pieces 
the elements of a word formed by 
'Sandhi* or grammatical combination, 
by separating its combinad letters. 

«S» ©g®— 6Q. © ( ©Qef© g^OQ ) — ? I ©9 <^ gQ^ 
Sandhi bisandhi gqg S^— -l. All the joints, 
^ f^># big and small. 5 I 9)91©© (§ €|©QQ 
rdV^ ^flg a"»— 2. All the spaces in and 
out. •* I g|0 ©9 g^ giQ*— 3. All the in- 
terstices, big and small. 
Q© 690— eQ- ©— t I gcpff ggq; min gg*^; ©gq 
Sandhi bela a©g| — 1. Critical time, j \ g^ 
'ift =^t5I e©©| (€©€))--2. Sandhi bela (See) 

€[®G©«I— Q". ©— ^ I Q© <S QQ© q'ft© ©10. 
Sandhi belS ^^c||^i. Evening. j \ q§j oqq 
q"«o ©l«— 2. The meeting space bet- 
ween two lunar days. m\ q^ g^ ^ (G©ei\ 
3. Sandhi ksha^a 2 (See> 


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Sandhi bhanga ^^1 g^Q ftO'Q-l, Disruption oC 
an alliance. 5 t (e9Qs9) q^ G'*^* GQ9Q 
a«J' «t^90| — 2. Dislocation of a joint. 

Sandbi randhraka ^^^Gflj q^Cr — A minej a 

tunnel. 
^^ QQ — 9'.Q- (^"^^^Q; 3^ — g^llSJ QQ 9Q qCI 9191©) 
[;;:f,Sandhi raga — ^Q^ — Red lead. 

Sandhiia ^)— ^t ^(^g^— 1^ A tunneK >l 9@ €11© 
— ?, A bole made by boase-breakers. 
firt I 0^1-3. River, v I C + ay. a) g^g — 
4. Wine^ spirituous liquor. 


9Q(eQ)©— G0» §— g^3 @qqq|»— The condi- 
Sandbi sara(re)t tions or .terms of a treaty. 

■<«!® gfii— g% €P— e I Q^ ©IQI — 1. Joint, ? | GQ^e*- 

Sandhi stbaja ^51^2. Junotare. en | ©gg a^gi- 

2. Critical position^ v ,| <jq gjQQ q*Qo 

QIQ — 4-. The juncture of two periodp. 

Sandbi haraka ©eQ eQ)— ?@a 6^95 ^@s©Iq— 
A thief who commits house-breaking 
by boring- a bole into tbe bouse. 

Sandhuksbana «. I ElcT geiftQ; QUQ ©QIQ9I — 

1. Kiadliag of a fire, 5 | @ei (^ 60©9i; 
e^Qla^ij ao' «^€^©»— 2- Trimming of " 

fire- 

Sandhukshita «. i g©lQ©^l. Kindled. 5 I 
G®©» 0!€^S9l; €^6^©©— 2. Trimmed 

(fire). 

"^e»2i — 91- ^ (a^^ €^&|Q^) (q** qew)— gew 

Sandbea (SQSl) — Sandeba (Pee) 

Sandbeya qqqIQ esicn— 1. Fit to be allied 
Ttfitb. 5 I QI9I a^gQiO QQ9IQ GQIQI— 

2. Fit to be enquired into. • | c^g ©q- 
919 fii9q9>— 3. Fit to be aimed at 

(a target). 


Q^f— Q% ^ei. — ^ I 9^^«)— 1. Resulting from 
Sandhya Sandbi. > I ^^ ^^^li^— 2. Relating 

to Sandbi (See) 

Sandbya bela Dawn & dusk« 

Sandbyarksha i^Q% qjg^ g^ (^a — (Astrono- 

{^^ Oa^— as^^g) my)— An asterism in 

which two zodiacal signs meet, [Q^— 

aiQ ^«ga I «©<]Q ?«;©i <sfi^ s^^ts'' 

ae& ! ] 

Sandbya qq^+sSi ti|®=2iiP ^QQl + a^«Q« 

osq) — V 1 ^9\ 6 Q9Q q^s>i«; QO (S gsiQ 

9aO Qaq — l The space of time bet- 
ween the day and tbe night; twilight; 
nightfall ; dusk [q — qidlQ^Og q^^l 
^-^y; eai — giQs^^ii (Q^e^^, q^) 6 
9iq«g®ii (^-Sa©*!!, eaidft) 1 ©^ «i<ii9e€i 

Q^l ©!«; q^Q eaa q^i (^ qqq aa^ag^) — 

•€©sa^"9ca a^iQQ oq^ fly g«6si 9^ 
aia§ I) 

^^qQ eeiaQ^ 6 q^Q gaq q^ i) 

^Qt^QIQ; qQllC^; «©*tl90OI — 2- Wor- 
ship or other rituals performed at 
dawo and evening; tbe moraing and 
evening meditations. [ Q — 0§6^^^ 

^q«Q g^©«$GQ Qf © ae gq^ ^©iq'q « 
^aig g,1; Qai— g^ii, q? (^ oq 1 

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q<9HiQ 3di» acr -« eai^j oai — v i cogiq 

q^eiaSiQiqQi I ^@ g^Q Q«i Qsa 9ic% as I 
graot Q«*fiec) Qa'i G99oi <$ q qS^^q 
q^iQ o§i, $g^, aoQQ ^iQ' oi)^, ao^, QO 

Qij^Q <ai2jQi oq<ai4 i ] 

9MGQ C^aiQ'l €Q9Sl^-3. The Deities 
worshipped at morning, noon and 
evening. [«^ — ^gft^tlQ «* f Q3iq«*- 

Clli^^l GQ9?Qi a»^ I <]9I(; €gai^9l e€i9 
^^g GQ9eRQ Q3I^91 ^<l t <Q 30 
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fl^l© mg\ I (e) aiqal -^^^ei^ Qg^^i, 9'a— 
Qi90i^ $^iq 6 aeniQi eq^i^ i^iQ^I i (9) 

6 afir©$ QQisQ^ aiiQ«1 i (*) qsigg g^Q^U 
^^9^1, qa <?I90I, 9«!, 033 ^a« ai€?«i1 1 

qQ^sic? agi si9ieQ9 a^^ 1] V I ^"q<»iie« 

4. The mystic incantations uttered 
respectively at dawn, noon and even- 
ing. [Q, — <^ e^aigi q^ ^q GQ90ia«c^ 

a'qO OIQj q'St'il^fil— 5. The meeting oi 
two successive age?, [q,— Qi9IQ Q\^\^ 

g^'trsi G9IQ0KJ 1] 9 I 9I« — 9. Time, 9 I 

©la eQ«>»WQ ®& ^1 flsds^ ^©©qi— 

7. One of the three wiv^ of time deified, 
ri €JSI9Q1 — 8. Worship; prayerj ritual. 


Q I aig^— 9. Religious or spiritual medi- 
tatioD. io I Q©@|— 10. Promise; vow; 
declaration, ^<. ! Qlfll— 11. Boundary. 

12, Name of a river. k^ 1 qj 9C€!9 
(C'JflOG'j) — 13- Name o! a flower, ^v | 
QQ^I— 14. Consecrationj establisn- 

ment. ^* I ©91—15. Contemplatioh 

K9 I ea^^^ie. Coaneotion, t9 I g«IS>. 

( gQgl J — 17. Sandhana. ( See ) ?.r | 

Qlft — 18. (figurative) The time before 
deathj the time of impending death, 
jf Mg #1 €Q. «— ^ I g^'iNa ( SQSi ) — 
#¥K 1. Sandhyadlpa. (See) ^ \ qis^»©iQ| 
^n O^l^qiQ— 2, Evening} dusk, gieq?. ( q^Q 
^rfifi ^les^^Q) Q— S>^©3 eqs?Q aQ— Time of 
meal, ( ^ — d * • QGQ g* 'JQ ^©f 1 

etlQQ I) 

SaadhySahnika Sandhjahnika. (See) 

Sandhya 5la(ra)tL QI^^OI^eQ GQOS>|(? IHQ^GQ 

5W1 ^rr^I^ Q^^iaa 9^1 gig QqeQI — Evening 

B'kTIT ^^^ service of a Deity accompanied by 

the waving of lighted wiclis before It. 

Q©Mr€i— Q*. ^—K i qpq^i ^9. qjGiQ qw^^l ©lo— 

SanShyamsa 1- The transitory period between 

two Ages, 5 I qciQ GfilS ©lo — 2. The 

closing period of an Age. [ ©— gg^i 

a§qt€€i ?!*iq€t€i getra vo«« 5i§>« 9#, 

e»©iqjaQ«>ooo ^Qs^iacjqciQ >*o» ^iq' 

6 ©©q€iQ ^ooo QQ^ I q^ i] •( g^GigqQQ 

Sa«t 6 eQ9r« ( 9^e©l9 )— 3. The first 

and last part of every mythological 

^ge. [i^ — 6?© aQfll«GQ V 9wlQ ©9' ^©*f 

q€i© ©IQ I <]?J© gaq ^€i© ©@*^ «©*ii 6 6€l& 

V6® 9«'fl^fr€i;e0©i qc!^ ©1«» «^ 9©IQ 

9^ OQQ gaq ^a© Q^e Q'^'Jl <§ GSQ w «© 

99' g^'*i*€i; 9iaQ "qcisi ©1» -> 9©IQ 9Q'3 

®§© aaq -Jo* ©Q*^ Q<^*il <S 69Q .'°o ©9^ 

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g&q ^oo OS* g^«t| 6 €€"9 ?«o qq*^ Q<9Va 

Sandhya kariba gq^l— .1. To perform the 
jREJjt ^^t rituals enjomed for the dawn and 
g"«ITr «P?rr noon and evening. 9 I ^^"il 

Q^^\ — 2. To delay a work till night- 
fall. 

Sandhya kala ing- > ! a<&M'§»> QQ^IQ ^9*^; 
^g(§»ll — ^.The three periods of the day 
ia which daily worship is enjoined to be 

performed. 

Sandhyaka]ina «>1«6€) <af *! —Happening in 

the evening^ 

SandhyS liiufcya SandbyShnika. (See) 

SandbySgama gaSl^Q 95^^^1 39i^— ^he time 

just before sunset. 

Sindhja g^yatri gi^^l 6 gQ^Sl)— The three 

Deities worshipped respectively during 

morLiag, noon and evening in the course 

of the daily SandbyS. 

Sandhya ghanta(nta) G99I ^fli^GQ ©eiG^^I 
^rot ^^ Q^\ — Qonga sounded in temples 
^qmg'^r during the evening service. 

€|gi^jQQ-^g-, i;i_qqC«iga^® ^eaa— Name of a 
^'andhyacbaia mythological mountain- [ Q^ — 

^iJI'^lSJ?]^! '^*^*JI' fl^GQ fl^1» ©Gfii fl^QI 


Ji^J^ ^^^ Qaa— Paying visit to Lord 

e*«^ ^^H Jagannath in the Gundiohaghara 
in the evenina: of the ninth dav of the 
bright lunar fortnight of Asar^a- 

e®.ii <aa— 9". ^ — (fl>Gg; q«»wi«SQ g^^ias-^a) — 

Sandhya dlpa gs^Oj 9iq*«>!OS« q,?GQ VI G-^V- 

«Q£5eQQ^!ft© OTQ — liamp lighted in a 

hons9 or temple at nightfall, 

g®"! COOI — GO- ? — a«1iGQG«QG€l VI €QV;»0^69 

Sandhya debs Q| %«QlQ^g 51^G« SIG^V »:ft9l 

>is«(n C?«yl — To light a lamp or wick in the 

^ ijqT ^y ^^f; ^T house or temple or near 

the holy Baail phnt ia the evening- 

g®Mi da— sv-' 9.-38 da (gqsi)— 

Sandhya dhapa SaBja dhapa (See) 

ggi.^lQl^l— g-©._(g©,i+Oga|qi-j-V| Q<?; tqi. <.V.X 
Sandhya nati &©; q^lGQV (^«I.GVI«)— Si^^- 

g^^i gftQ -GQ. «>.— ( ^. 9©Mi+g<j€i )— -aii^'vittQ 

Sandhya pahara aQVljl Q-^Sli ^^Q ga^g'^Q — 
^\«(Jt ^21^^ ^'^T 1^ The first watch (Shours) 

of the nights 

Sandhya pushpl @«^) — A kind of single- 
petalled jasmine; Jasmin urn Grandi- 

florum. 

€I®t| €iQl(QQ©l)— 6<5>. $.— ( ^V Q^M+Vlll )— ^^ff 

SandbyS bati (balita) 6«)6ft q'a'GQ VI SVV- 

^«tJt^^, >fT?^^^^ WQGQ ©aia«>i v^Vi— Wick 

Hhfifcft lighted in the house or beiore a 

Deity in the evening, 

g®il o®o(qi)— ^- 9.— eQ-^iiSQ a^G^i^ sjaigviQ— 

Sandhya bandana(na) Worship or ritual 

enjoined to be daily performed during 

morn, moon and evening, 

gQ*«i QQ-g** 9.-(v*?^l9j 9©ii=9iq'«itt as^ vs=« 

Sandhya bala €19 Qi^lV)— ^99; S*ai©Q (^Vtsj 

6€I€l) — ^Demou. 

Q^MI VQ-g" v.— t?lOS^a aiQl^^VVI^IQ @9tS ^9- 

Bandhya baii geqi (9iq(?g)— The image of a 

bull (made of stone, earth or woud) 

kept in the temple of §iba.. 

(ofeiivp^-^wpiga) 


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SandhyS burda Sandhya bela (See) 

Sandhya bardibS beinsr sunset^ nightfall; the 

^V(Ji ^<^^'G^ ^'wqr ^rsnm sun beiag set and 

the earth being enveloped with 

darkness, 

^©Hl GQQ — €Q* ©. — C^. g^^l + SQQI )— ^<»ni QflC^; 
Sandhya bela qdilgQ QQQ^l gio— Ereatide; 
^xTfl C^ m'^stnj^n^ eYeningj dtlsk. 

Sandhyabhfa ^«5^9; g^^Ml+a^ ) —^Q^ <:€i€5S> 
{ ^9 SJCfli ) — 1- A sort of golden ochre. 

2. Evening cloud. 

Sandhya bhrama q<g>^| e-^Q 6^1 S) q»S^ Ofi'«»1 

^fl— Mistating daytime for evening 

owing to cloady weather. 

-es'^itfia— GQ- ©,— siSQft er^Q3 Q§ q4 95 ©csQj 

Sandhy5 mani Qa^l ersj — ^i sort of red flower 
^^^n^;^, W^BF^'foJ Mirabiles Jalapa; marvel of 

'K'JTt'rf*!,^^^!^^)!^ Peru, [Q^— <1§ ef«5Q «rQ^ 

^€t I] 

Sandhya mukba The beginniag of the 

evening 

Sandhya muhafi ^9 Q-^gW (©'t9)-l.Reaching 
^"«(Tt^^ a place at night fall, [g^— q* q^^iig^^f 

SandhySra(ra)trika iHQ^QCQ fllQI Q<St1| 6 a|i^o 

g^'dCQ ©^9^1 «Q^*9— The ceremony 

of waif^ing of lighted wicks bdore a 

Deity in the morning and evening. 

5audhy5 rftga 9q^q (qa ©4^)— 1, Red lead; 

vermillioq. ^ I q*IG» gfip|Q|«SQ ^6*9^ . 
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G(5»9iQQI ?)^S?i|— 2. The red colour in 
the eastern sky (before sun-rise) and 
in the western skv (after sun-set) 

Sandhyarama geiag^ o^^i (€iQQ§lQol)— 

Brahma; the Creator. 

Saudhya sankba Conch-shell sounded 

^>WTt«W '^SJI^ in the evening. 

9^«ll«Crfcj0 — Sr* <?— fc@fM06Q 99\Q^\ €lflfQ 6^ — 

Sandhya sankh^ dhwani The sound of 

conchshells sounded in the evening- 

[i?^— q©il Q!«GQ m QQICG^ SqCTa Olfil 

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<^ edii^ a««GQ ^ "JO G9i(^ sig^QQ as i 

Sandyahnika ^<^J^ €$9l9WIQ— Rituals 

and worship done in the morning 

noon and eveniDg. 

Sanna fil^— 1. Thinj wasted;: worn out. 

emaciated. > | ggj q§®— 2. Desti- 

tute of^ bereft of; devoid of. «p | gagci 

3. Wearied^ fatigued^ v | QQ-.4, Gone. 

(q«a!-^lK» I ff^— 5. Lo3t; exhausted; spoilt. 

(giQ— C)*> I ©9 (SaiQQ— 6. Immoveable. <? | 

QGClia'9 — 7- Dispirited; dejected^ ^. 9 

©s^lO Qa — Name of a tree; Bucha 

nonia Latifolia' 

Sannaka (qa'Q! — q!,1) Dwarf 

Sannakadra (ttflQ)— A ^ee; Buohanonia 

Latifolia, 

Sannata ggj© — 1. Making obeisance; pros 
trate. ? | a^«; jy©©— 2. Sounded; 
resounded. «n i ^ao—s. HumbJedj 

«iag9i=q»g9"t] 

Q<a©— «r.9- ai^(^q^=g«t^^+©^ yi8'*«Q9H-q9. ©) 

Saanati t I »99Q— 1. Bending; proatra 

tion; lonrliaess* J I g«9j 3^t(h-2. 


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Obeisance; Jow sahitation. « i Qfls^l; 
(^gqg — 3- State oi being bent. V| 
^g— 4. Humility^ humbleness, ♦ | 

^4? — 5. Sound} noise. ^ | 69151 SiC«9— 
6. A form of offering oblations to fire. 

Sannaddha O^, ©)— l I g«2l9 Q&«Jj «»9«5 
(««.<^! — 9,1) «l©^ 8^3€>i; ©30<?<9i ^©gQI^— 

1, Accoutred; girt with armour, 
(^«il!^, ^q-giO — ^) ^ I gi»g^i 9Q§©— 2. Equ- 
ipped with fittings; harnessed- 

3. Armed. ^ I eaiQIQ @^?!QI — l.Dressed, 
* i ^•i^Q®; Q^^^a-'ig q§; ^h^^Jj— 5, Ar- 
ranged in battle order; arrayed, 
^! G«!^1Q^ — ^- Arranged; in row or lines 
9 I 9^,S*^^ — 7- Well bound; connected. 
confined, r | gjqQ — 3. Born; ppoduoed, 
e i «t»©ii^Piilef €^Q*»Si— 9. Ready to kill 
the eneniy,<.ol dl'^jQ Ql-^SQ^^O 9\ QQ^^n 
^^1 G^lQaS"'^lO. Wearing an amulet 

t^ ] flfiiii^i g'*qg; ^«iiii9 fiio^O; aeifl^'s)— 
11, Consecrated with mystic formula 

or charms, 

^^^ QQ— 3\ ^'-^ e I S^3«vl®I — ^' Weariness, 5 » 

Sanna bbaba qI^oi (^^6«>I«) — 2. Cowardice 

-€l«iisi© — a- ^- (^^^+«^^ iii^=c>jrci^i+^?. as) — 

Sannamana ©Q^ Q a QQI — Bending dowDj 
(3© 3® — Q^) causing to bend lowj lowering. 

Sannaya ©^ « )— 1 I Q0§>— si. Multitude^ 
assemblage. J i Q^iQ^^oa Sa'oi — 

2. Rearguard; soldiers placed at the 

rear of an army. 

Sannahana — K\ 9^ aQdlff — 1. Putting onan 
armour. 5 1 GQ^CQ ^% Vl^^lj^^ ^«»Gi— 
2. Putting on of arms or weapons; 
arming one's body with weapons, 
*v) I ^^ ^%l~3. Battle array; prepara* 
tion for battle, v 1 €JQ€9ia ^4, Readi- 
ness for action; exertioD; attempt 

isn&a cmf| f^s^ Small pincers, 


QQiQ-*^, 9— (gq-foQai^+ q? a)— qg^i <^q 

SannSda (^Q6^l9)— Fierce sound. 

e^ftif!— •a^ 0. 1 I ( «q^+»q ^i^+Q'5> a )— oqO| 

Sannama (9qs«l«)-l.The state of being bent, 

9 I (go^+oiy) — SJ^fl Olfl— ?• A good 

name 

gQjfli— g'.9s» (^®^+9iq«>j ^§^^^5 qQJTO^;, ^qt.1©) 

SannamS €^^q oiq q^ — Having or bearing a 

good name^ 

Sanniha — e| O^Oj^lS^j <>^> OP « —1- Armour; 

coat of mail. j | eaiSlQ^ aQS*? — 

2, Diess, * 1 qi9^«l— 3. Equipment. 

trappings* v| ( -f-^Q.a ) ^CQjci— 

4. Readiness for action. 

goig,,_qe. Q^. ( goj^+eQiaiisa" 9 )— ^ I qt^<9, 

Sannahya G9«>IQ GQ1C1H— 1. Fit to be armed 

or equipped. 5 I Q?©— 2. Armed; 

accoutred. 3". «)— qf^esi <i^t^?S»^9®tQ 

6$Qg.<5 9^1; 'aqsq©^ ^9 — An elephant 

fit for being employed in war 

Sannikata 1. Very near. 3 1 «iaM€i— 2. 

Adjacent; adjoining each other • I 
WO^ — 3 Impending, 

Sannikarsha ^^. z)-t \ Ql^dlj GQ©*1— 
Nearness; proximity; propinquity 
^ I ( +S>i!*a ) Q€?,i^Sa!©Q ^9S^— 2, 
Matter; anything perceptible by the 
sense-organs « \ (0*t|i^)©9Si^0 5^ q^l.^— 3. 
<Logio)Th9 correlation or connaction bet^ 
ween matter and senses,- preccption of 
matter tbrough the sense-6rgan9[<^.<>-ii^ 
^liq^GQ^ft^*®*"*' 9®Si^Q,i^ flq.« i^^] 

<0 G<S9Q q^'5>«' 5> gQiQQ — (Q)QSLi^ 

^•q® qqeo© ao^Jisj, (<a) cgiei^ ^wn^, (€^) 
•eni^iQ g^s©© aq^n^i (o) «<?'* ^€»«®i i 


■■gaosg^ 


( ^^^r ) 


<a9Qi9 


aeol*© gOMfl giyp S^aii^— 3. (Logic) 

The three supernatural methods of per- 
ceiving objects. 

SannikarshaDa e I Q©at«i— <1- Nearness; vici- 

<i 

nity. J I QH* — 2. Relation. 

Sannikrushta 9©@©3 a©aJ^ O^SQiStl — Very 
Moarj adjoining^ proximate, 

Sannigraha Severe punishment (9®^qga— ©a) 
Sannidha ( SQei )— Saaiiidhana ( See ) 

q.%Q§. qs»\ i] 
SannidhSta v^) — ©^*'(q^)^Doer; performer. 

SannidbSna g^, ap)— e I qiqla*^ €gQ%f— 
1. Nearness. > i gqiciq; a?JCJi©— 2- Arri- 
val; meeting^ unfolding; appearance. 
** I ^© — 3, Staying; continuanoe, v I 
( + «y- «0) Q©^(^€ai©Q QOq — 4.. Things 
perceived by the senses. «l (Qq*^aQ)aS^ 
— 5i Shelter^ tefage- ^ | gQglQ — 

Q. Situatic^. 

Sannidhapana aqQ9l + Q9.ao)— t I Q»Q|9» — 

1. Act ot placing, j | §i©BGQ qSqI; 

eel^S sQidig eea$ nS caiQ9l— 2. Act 

of placing a thing near another* 

Sannidhapanl mudra gjg^ dQ^^I^SflQ — 

A certain posture of the fingers used 
in worshipping Deities* [ « — Olfl 9^9 
^^la a% Ql9i^ 91 OQ ^ofgiq qoiQ ao 

Sannidhi Q^ ^|0— ^1. Nearness^ vicinity; pro- 

pitfq^ity. > I. (qffi^+.§>g^e^iiO-^e^Qq ^^', 

«W^ ^"0Q^2,Good jem; riches. [€J— (t<S 


■ 31^® G9 I €^§* G^G9<a€i9a(g I] «* 1 a©gP5 
O^igo— 3. staying- situation* V| QOa-- 
9191 $9)^-'-^- A tbing perceived by the 

senses. 

e€»^^%— GQ. •$■- ©^ — ??«>**5i 8|«<;^— To, [€^ — <I 

Sannidhil-u €i%l€^ q»l? ?I©«^? GQS)© GQSi l] 
(g© Ga, g©^aiij— «Qt^3) 'iftfe^, ^%fc^ »7iftT^ 

€l<f GW(ey>— GO- ^, ^^— §.QssQ_At, [^— aa^j, 
Sanmdhe(dhye) QSi^esa «>giQ | OGSl^'n). Ggq^g 

Safinina(nS)da 1. Fierce; sound. >' I €^© gQ — 

2. Loud sound. 

g©^a©o— g». «> (gq,+ ©9Qo)— q©^a[Q ( gq« ) 

Sannipatana Sannipata { See ) 

Sannipatita 1. Fallen completely- ^ \ ^ag^©*^ 
2. Present^ m j «ig® — 3. Come^ arrived, 
^ I 9!^®®; <I©^ g«a— 4* Joined toge- 
ther; meeting togetiher. ♦ \ ^g*©— 

5. Mixed togethcr^mixed up. 5)|«Qei^ — 

6, Arrived at; descended; alighted, p { 
qo— 7. Dead J deceased, r I <ia9© — 

8. Unified. 

e^rai©— 3- v. (^q^+©+9o^ 21!®+^^ a)— v 1 

Sanuipata qqi^^ QGQ 9©Q — 1. Falling com- 
pletely, > I QQia— 2. Ruin; destruc- 
tion. • I a^QQ^ — S. Descent, ^ | 
^ag © — 4. Presence; arrival. » \W 9', 
gq^_5. Aggregate^ multitude. [6J— 

#» I gq 9Q 9qq— .6, The conglomeration 
of a multitude. 9 I (4-a^«»Q« a) q_'9>. 
egiq— 7. Warj battle, r | q^^ Qlo9^- 
Q9Q ^69!ae€)Q ^GQi€ie QOIQ; e^QQQ^Q 
0G!i^ w^ai—S. State of collapse due 
to a morbid oondition; of the three 
humours pfibe body; fa*tal conditiqjv 
of /ever. [ Q — <]p^:!i^i|€^:j«S«^QQ. 


9Q SIO 9Q 


( P'V^^ ) 


«i(a^i?» 


gftl9«GQ e-tf«?Q, ©9©eQ ^PQO, SQQitflS^ 

siQQ, Qig*!^ ^©o, og'^Q, gq'qiqoiqq— 

Sanaipata jwara Typhoid fever; Typhus^ 

lg^ai©QS^Qjql^9l©QS?Q — ao^i^Q) fever accom- 

paaied with collapse. [Q — ^i^l^ 003 

SQ6Q S661 SStfl ^19^ ^It 0Qe61S€i €l1© -CV 

G9Q SQ Q«£)|QI-C; Q9\ ^^Q^, ©«*'€ 6 COi^^ 

^ 9, ©^r6 M isii€i Qc: fl». fl^ d qe^q 
^tsj qsaesi a® <§< a^ cq^gq ^^f aisj^i 

99 G€!|a G<H>«!9I<3 I <9J S^ gsftai® »QQ 
GQGQqf*0 C)Gd3 QS^ eOi^tdKI I QSSgQGQ 
GQQffl ^ ©8^19 g^lQGQ g^ G9ia9<]5 «i<Q 
©Q q.€iai<]j €3 QQQ ^<33 0| qajGQ QM' 

91^ ai^S G5Q9Q a^^® ^^^3 q9 QfG* 


QPi^ Qqj^G;^ Q^ QG9 1 <i9iq[ oi^QqiGP 

^^fGfll*^' (Pneumonia) g^gj i q<»G9|»mgC 

q^'ai© ^^Q Qqgiaj i 9^ ^^ ^-^ t^, ^-'^ 
II", 55 VI 5-*^ «» < ^q«Q G>!Q I <9IQGQ 

@<$« eg* «€) i<ii@Q G9IQ ^GO^i^ 6 qgcj^ 

<?[CQ Ggd ©G^^ <$-<l -W GqGlQ fi9fl, 

G^qI GQQfi^e^QIGG) 91$; Q^QI qgQ 
98IQQ 9Q T^li'Q <$<] t G9GQG9GQ QQ^^t© 

Qq"9I©Q ©^qagiQ ^\ Typhoid fever 
goTaiQ^— Q*.^. (qq^+€?+8©di^+^Q «©)— q^ai© 

Sannipatana (GQa) — SacnipSta (Soe) 

goTai© «^§(GqGfl)— 6Q*€). — QQ ai© giq a«ifi> cgGtl — 
Sannipata nialu(rogi) A patient in a state of 
'ift'lt^iJl^ ^fgnifcrftifl" collapse. 

SannipStl G^Ctg^ — SuSering from pneumonia. 

qqT©^— q*- Q^. (Qfl.+«;>+9©^fcjta+©5i- ©)— e 1 

Sannibaddha <j$ g©CQ 0<§; qqi© ©"^ogg — 

Securely or very tightly bound, ^ | 

SS© — 2. Sbrung together. *> | €19- 

^<?G© 6fil«>l9^— 3- Arranged in thick 

set rowB; thickly set, 

gf^Q^—go.Q, (gP^+@ + ««», a!^=<]Ol6©€J9H- 

Sannibandha Q9. a) — t. i 3«irG©a— 1. Ar- 

rangemnet; setting. > \ <J© ©<^© — 2. 

Tight binding- •! SgQ^ qgl — 3. Striag- 

, ing up, u I 29® QOPI— -4. Composition 

of aneasay. 

Q<ir^»Q— 3". 9. (qq^+®+©®^ ai%+q9- ao) li 

Sannibandhana 3s>a«— 1. Compilation 3 1 

Sei»— 2. stringing, *» I 9© ©S©— -3. 

Tight binding, v 1 Gj©©!— ^* Composi- 


^•^r 


-^qQQ^ 


( ""<^- ) 


g^R 


tion. * I €ij«fi^ij QGKiiq; qacfa eioiw- 

5. Orderly arrangement. », ©^^-^(g^- 

V I QQfl^^'iSa^ — 1. Excellently or 

profasely annotated. « | cj^q QlaQlO- 

qo — 2. Very pleasing. 

Sannibapana Sowing well. 

g©,©t%— 3. 9. — <^ i gq^Qiq — 1- Whole, ? I qq^ — 
Sannibaya (^^SQie) — 2, Collection; mnltitade, 

Sannibishta q^. ©) «. | g^g©^^ qSI©igQ — 
1. Seated. 9 I 9a^«eQ ^ag'Si-^ 2 » Ap- 
pearing before, • I ©QSg^ 3^13 — 
3* Contiguous; adjoining, v | a^l^ — 

(S^Sff€l — 9) ^- Relatiag fo; pertaining to. 

Sannibrutta ©^. «) e I QS^©— 1. Ceased. ^ | 

$0^ — ^' Desistedj stopped. • | aaa© — 

{9©^^, g^9li»— e) 3. Departed. v{ ga^tao— 
" 4, Retnraed, 

Sannibxutti ^9. ©) — ^1 9QQ—1. Cessation. 
^ I |^^^^2. Stoppage; relinquishment. 
*> '1 Eia€13— 3, Departure, w | g«»,ictqQ — 

4. BeturDing. 

Sannibesa b^OQ^ a)— ^ I «Sfl — I- Hermitage; 
a retreat, ^ | gi» — ^2. Place; position. 

• I ^C'SqsI — 3, Ncarnese; propinquity. 

B I oaqQQ Qqzg Q9IQ gl©— 4. A park 
or place of diversion or recreation 

outside a city. » I Q«QQ ^$83 S6<?Q — 

(^gi^^q^ ^9 SPS©— ^^,) 5. Place outside a town; 

precincts of a town. -^I (Q5J^+ © + 9«d!ft 

So + ^O a) Q©Q(i SG9Q QqQ?>l — 

6. Act of thrusting inside. 9 I («fl,+ 
©+99 ai^+Q^ «) gq*^— 7- Total; 
aggegrate. r | f ©— 8. Continuance} 
permanence-, staying, ?! | Q»^|g — 
9. Orderly arrangement. ^ » I ^laO — 
1€ Establishment^ placing. ^^ t 
Q^eaiQ^ qQO— 11. Union; olofle contact; 


(fl©^WSQ*«»M^a) t^ I Q;)» — 12, ^CompOBin*- 
^^ I 9QIQQI— 13- Plaoing, setting up- 

Fannibha P^q^ aiQ9l+vf . «) — ^«''j fl^a — 

Likej similar. 

Sanniruddha ^^q ^G9 ©§^ — 

{3€i,eq®^*)5 g^Qqa-aq— «QH ^& asiQ) Well 

(a€*^€Qfej, g©^6QfeiQ — 0) obstructed or conined. 

Sanniruddha guda QSS9 — A kind of very 
painful conatipatioa. [q— qfiiC^G! dlQ^J 

^'q (^9a agio Qi^ qfiQ>i§'3) sg,iO% q*?©© 
QQ 99«^9iQ% e® ©SQ ! -o^aiQ* at) ©% 6 
Q^^i g?QlGQ qa^si^fl go I <jgQ ©gpQgiief 

C!S9 «>» q^'tSQ ago fla ^I3i9a Qgai<J— 

^^GQie I] 

«6>©©— «. Q^ (qq=gfll© + st+y| al^+o^. o) — 

Sinuihita t. I gsi^Q?tt;), q«ilf©— 1. Placed; 

(3©fcilO, g©y— e) set up- J I galai; ©Q^Q^l— 

2, Adjoining; neighbouring* 

^ I 99 ^e9il9SJ- 3. Firmly set. g«.^— 

(+^9, O) q^faiO —Nearness. 

€[6»^*l(«'»)— gi- Q (q*. 6«Oi) — eg"©^ (€Q^)— Sainya 
Sannya(nya) (See) [q— giqgQ 9f, ^Q^Q; Ol^, 

^aca^i I] 

Sannyasta gtf* ©)— V I gj^O^ goQ§© — 

Wi|q ) 1. Deposited; kept for safe cus- 

g4*l3Q I tody. -> I ^qa®— 2. Entrusted; 

made, over. <sn i ©§5 — 3. Thrawn into, 

"■■ i €>'<Q — ^' Relinqwiahed; renunciated, 

SanaySsa q^- a) — C. I 9*aiQ QWffI ©""ICI; QS^ 
btf— 1, Renunciation of worldly desires 
and pursuits; religious mendicancy. 

[(9^^QQ9lfls5-OiGQ ^^^ Q^^ 'Slig 5l 

(qoM^^ q^i|5Ll— ^^) gciM'ft *^gasl«' GQIQaioi] 
^ I ^^iq Q^Tj QlCI'i Qfl g^©1ICI-2. Renun- 
oiation of acta done with a definite 
aim. [g— g«p€)a «>^90>iiaqt ^^''la 


■g^-^ig 


( «-^^^ ) 


g^nq e^ei 


Q^Qjj «^ eraQ ©^las) Qi5? otia (q1©i — 
^r*l^) I g^lp er«!a^d^ «>w«»l 9JJ>'q 69^* W^ 

Q€3G«» <?!§; «»t9g €^i£J «»^©«) ^^^SQ «®i 
(«>^ig ^9CQ ©9©Q ^a^fQ arcf <?^§>qiQ)^ 

QaQ<;fl©i6i «9 Qaili^€Q 9©9iQw OQas^ 
^6 g^ai'Si asGsj «?J gd iig (9?ig ©5f qq^^iq 
©Q 6»«?o fl'^Qi 58 ©%») aeaai g^T saisi 

«€i^)9 €g^ e^isi Qtaag ij ^ 1 $q^<?q 

O^ef d^Cf — 3. The fourth, stage of a 
Hindu's life. [<^—g4lfl^ ytf§ §9^ ti^Q 

Q\Q9^ Cfia«, 6Q€I a^ (S g^ 69|© G?S«l 

Q€GQ O^Si'©** I ] V I »690— 4. Act of 
throwing. « |qqc^— 5* Entrusting. ^ 1 
ei^*© tt^t?;*!— 6. Act of depositiug. 9 i 
(+©^. a) fl§© bQ— 7. Deposit; some- 
jtbing deposited on trust, r | gq^c^q; 
90IQ iJ^-'S* Sudden death. ^ | gp«{ig 
eq€» ( GQ« ) — 9- Sanngasa reya (See). 
||(5i_^^ cqg 901© Q9f«i G^IQ e"§©»T 

aSQ^'SlQiKl, <l^l fl^i^ egsQ Q©1Q G€$Q l] 
A" 1 ©ilQ— 10. Relinquisbment. ^^ I ©^l- 
g|«q1-^ll. Indian spikenard. i9 I Q'Q- 

.^9 5<3i«JGa«(9AeOI9)— 12, A religious 
"TOW undertakett for the worship of Siba. 


^^e'^aQtf Q^Qct^l eq «^li^GGi -<3 5^Q 
Q^fi> «s I p^©i €il©iQ gig fli^is??*^ 

'di^^^ G^IQQKI 1 <»)GQ gS9 «19s3ie 
^gftll 0IOj q^GQ 9^^ G^»0 ©Q aQQ-IQ 

^Q §@ QM «i9i€nG€i Q.Oi alo ©q g'«f^ 
QQ «$£]9|S <^ G9iq OQ G<99% a)9t GQ9 

flfifQCa ^iQ^lQ «i€Q — ©4G©I9 I] 

SauBiyasa grahapa QP^1I9 5© a^Q?^©-- 

Act of entering into the order of a 

recluse. [<^ — G©$ e©@ Q^Q^I^fl^, G©^ 

G*§ q^aisfl^ & G«^ G©§ ©lOgglSfl^ 

q©MiqH^— ^% Q-"q»giQ*i9Qi 9€)©Higa^s» eate 
Santiyasa dharma QidQl^a a$T— The act of 

(t<a*^!3^0— a'^'t^s) practising 'joga' or spini- 
tual exercise after reoouncing the 
world, [q — €^€i^e^cf©l6q Q^fl «as|i^6Q 

Sannyasana ^ | g»aiQ ©iig ©€J^|— 1. Act of 
renouncing the world^ ^ | 2j<>, Qt§) 
095GQ a«l^ ^9 'Si GlIfQi— 2. Causing a 
thing or money to be deposited osbl 
tttJsfc, * I S^GSa OQQ! — 3. Aet of throw- 
ing away, ■* I ©•<©«»— 4. Relinquiak- 

meat, 

€iaMig GQ€i— 7. 9. (G^JQf*) fliqq(? ?jj?^iG^€i ^eag— 

SannnySsa roga Apopelxy; heart failure, 

qp^Q ©|d©ISl©i% Q»€t «G€i OV fl^iSi'^ 
fl ^"©'OGQ I <9 6QQ a© ^^\99 I a?'^ 


^qi^^l^ 


( <"*^5 ) 


gQiifll 


e(i>ii3 eqQ os)^ qq^ aQito*r eqo 
(S eaialfliGo <§ g«>!S! qeigiQQi os^^®!^ 

'JOlQ^^ll^Sl 6 f ®9€iQ ^i^l^i 9Q *9<!»<1 l] 

€ia;il«ligfl — ^- 9 (%ao)— ^<»Q ©^ef dip; qs 6^— 
Sannyasasrama The 4tb stage ol the life of a 

Hindu house-holder. 

Sannyasini gft'Iigftj'^ 99^919^1; aalQe^S^I — 

(Female) Renouncing the world, a,© — 

(^«iltl9l — q*) ^QiieiQQaQ Q\'^} 9*3iQ©^(Q<nl Oig— 

A female recluse* 

Sannyasi Q^. i^^j ^q[. VQ) — g'glQ^qalj ^313 
©Qo — Renouncing the wofld, g«. ©— 

d 9!ffg2 E«s^ s'^ici 9Q 09 C'S'iQaia^— 

1. A person who has renounced the 
world-, a recluse. ? \ Q@_— 2. A religious 
mendicant. « I eaicfl — 3. A person who 
is practising spiritual concentration. 

e9€i <i^ e"^Q 990^ s©l8lo d Qfi- 
©n^^aig €9IQ aoftsjeiei €^@i^^ a9^H« 

0?© ©©OGQ €OIC! 9|y»| 9Qgj I 69 ©fijQ 

qfii-<^i«a, ©oi-§©, dlSQiij fltoiaqio, 6 4\^^ 
^9 9ig eg ^©«© ^s^ oi^* i eg gqg 

g^giQ OMiQ, gq|© ©«i!€)^ QCrsnio, qgo 

09ii» a^3"9 eQ9Q aQ*9§^ QaiflQigi-gc^ 
q^M^I 69lfiaei< I qQitgl^Q ^<^<^^ Qt^^^ 
e«§ ^ €l^»SQ qq^^ I €9 ©Sii 991^1 
6^59 6 9^5Sg«il Q91 aoi qqs^SQ <19 


9€}e9 Ql^"*; 6^ia 6qi9 a9<5'fQ«'Q99^ 
G9e93 aOlddq^Q Ql^l ^^9 ^191 SqdO 
90C9, ^IqjQQ- q^^|9G(39» 91 S^O^eQ 

39319 9Qe9 9isf t e^t qQs) 91 ^9» 

Q«9I 9QGS* I ae^ 9^, q|o, aaoiQ, «1©, 
^t, €>oi5 §©? 3fl«» 9QG9 I eg ^°gi^ (§ 
g^99iQ ag^^ ff^^ 6969^ eq7oi9Ciiqo 

9Qe9, eeQQ^S^ e<i»69 1 QIQIGQ ^Q9|9 

g^assj, ea ^a9t»«'Oie9 g^Q^la''^ 9q§^ 
qi«»QrGQ 5Q*iiglfliQi*Q 95 es«l <S fi^QGa^l 

9^Q 9^® G^iQSIS I 9[Og«§©|e9 €€19- 

«i«a*ii3l <§ ^Q9s» ^^€1 ^Q 5igi<9€i aaiiiqeQ 

691 s> Q^i^^iig^^ioi? 9Si^ Gfi5€ii as I q^vi^iigV 
qio«;rQ q«ial a© i q«ifii!Q m^o^ gi^l 

G9IQ9KJ I Q€?G€5Qe« ^Qtigltjei (J%19^, 

9'^oo, ^og (^ aQqtsi-g 9QQ a& i 

q«lS)9'l^©«feGQ ©^Ifltcfi^^ QidfGQtfilQ 

g^M^I^Q €$Gt9 as I <i9i&9i ^90CQ 

9!9iq®l^i^al, Ql^PiqiOq-Sa, QI9|©«4- 

q6<^l9tg9, 9ioigiy<3QS> «i§S9|€iq g^iig] 
sGQ^ra, QCfQj ae'ai*3l^6i®*^9l'5, a9i€iq«il, 

©Oiai39GI, Q^lQStl, ff«l91^, 'Sifji^lQI, 
Bfi^^, a6Q9, C999iei3 ^9gl/^99l'3i3 ©tilol^ 

C^Q^ I 9«I.S9!9 ] 

^ » gq© fiffQSjdis? Q9^& Q€lQiqT 

^Q®Q 09 €19 SIOGQ ©!9Q CJQs^ t««ic? 

qo 3Q^si G@iQ^i3 aai— 

t l©<i.%aiqd f ^ I «ta^€59i^a!<g. 

( gifiQiqo, 91Q9I ) 1 5 I ciDq 

^ I QQaiot^* J" <»" I 9Q 

(eQi9^^ft flc, ^) 1 « I aQ«*f 

*» 1 GSisoiq^ r» I cTq 

( G»igl 90y 9Q6I9! ) <9\ 9^© 

U I «Q9 

^ I ^eilagq^ rr igqg^ 

(ft^GO-g flO^ QGq^9) j ^ I ^Qffl 


«Kao 


( n<« ) 


qe(9)w(Gt)Q9i 


1 icisf ^ai^yi'S] g^il^l — 

asqQQG« eof© asi ai€i ©9© ©8 
^Q6?n ©^^Q g\€<» 9GO Qi*a« ©eg© Qi 
ase^*i Q'g'Gsi ©©•»<» aoGQOGJSO s*go 

q^M8 G5^^S^5ig!cisj8 aQQi^iS© i 

(gi'»«)G^«» a^ 8 ^®? Q^*^ ff®8 

V 1 G^<& €1® *— 4. A Buddhist recluse. 

« I Qiq^9l 9^19191 OQOl^i^ 4<5>a— 
5. A claes of hotiseholders in Benares. 

GQ, ^.g? — SQ9C^ 9Q^ Oiq — A name given 

to males. 
^<89— >aK 9 (9"- 3?^©)—^ I ^^®; g1*!Q-I. Agree- 
Sanmata ment, (^— G©l ©9^ ^<§i 60l^* «!, 
3|=s^ GfllQ QQS) Gi^9 as I ClG3l9'5. G3q^9- 
Q««RI al©l l) -* I q©5 2ial&*Q— 2. Consent, 

gi, «)« . q?iO— A greed 
q^— q*. $ (©5fdl)— €^^P9<?— Good intelligence. 
Sanmati QU9 4[e«--qQO (eQ«) — Saninata(See) 


Sanmate qg«iq|OJ? ^QQ9, flibqiOGrQ ?«4GQ I 
5W^ ^^wfiA ai©1. aJoqo6©iOiq) t 

QSltQ — €ii- ©. («!• «^10)— 9^l<» (G^«)— SaDHnana, 
Sanmana (See), [o— QGflQQ 3S)«HfinSQ ^%I«> 

i^rt^T ae)G« q^i<» spq aeqi^ s« G *. ^— ^ * 

^RflTH ( ^qlQ©^ ) gQQ«i9Cf gQsTo fl^K>* — 

1. Esteem or regard of the good^ 3 \ 

(fq1©c^)qwt9'^ S^^® g^lO— 2. Bes^ot 

or honour shown to the good people, 

g<li»Gi — Z. © ( Q€5^— 6igq + fll€»^'=«91j «^l )^ 

Sanmarga ^ | ( ftS^la ) ^^agli <l^^«— 

1, Good conduct. 5 I Sl<g9iq— 2. Hoj»e«t 

mean?, sn | gidqi^CQ £I©Q5J agl — 3. The 

*^ ways of the virtuous. 

Saamitra ^'S' — 1. A good friend, > \ g(ja 
€JQ©1^ ^« — 2. A real friend, 

q^«<> -9!. 9 (e, af©o)-g^"<s^(eQ«f) 

Snrt'milana Sammilana. (See) 

5?ft[»R HH*flq i g r ^. 9. (^'^l w) ^iq^Mft" flag— 

A meeting of good people. 

g^n>« -9U ^ (3°* gC©<3)— ^^fi«I (G«>a) 

S '1 nmiiani Sammiiani, (See) 

g<ftjl— ill. © (g% %«*)— a«,« (6Qet) 

Saomukha Sammukha, (See) 

^T^ ^^S^ S|. ^^. giSQieSi ^9l«Froutal, 

?I9( fcJl^ )— ^"* — "^ I -^J®^ 6^91—1. To be 

Sap (root) gathered or collected toget ler* 

5 I gqi©^ a©Gqd ©QS»i— 2* To besaige. 

09(9)— G?GQ. 9 (a. QC; a. €19— O^QGQQ) — 
Sap(pa) aa (6Qei) — Sapa. (See) 

€9(9)^l(e^)Qi«J®l— €<?■ «"— ©i'J© ©Q a€5©) — 
Sap^pa;ta(te)idhariba To hold tigb%. 

Q9^(a)«l(G^)q9i-eQ, ^"^ («•. sa' Qi Q** g^,+ giJ,- 

SaF-(pa)ta(te)ibS bt% )— <. I GCT^S 9QIJ^(i ^ON 

5fi9tj>t=i aQief gca*q'ea90©€j^l'; ©9l«9ti *^® 
^miHl ©QQQi-*!. To cause any thing to 
3lt^C5^ adhere to another thing, y \ ©1^9 
fkiRia ©Q d€i©l— 2. To hold fcightly^ « j qg^Q 
n^^ *^nis^ 69©l*^« ^ ^t^iue. 


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cisci 


flQjlQ)^! €19(9)* QQ9I— ^I6Q, (ai©qQ) «'— giqQ 
Sap-(pa)ta sap-(pa)ti kariba 9I^Q 9QQi; 9<94- 

S»9Si «>fi39l; 8^19^ 9Q g^^Q*?! — 
To pursuade by coaxingj to cajole, 

9aj;e)^i— eo. ^, (^. fl?i+g^ yi% ©ni ^^j+g«; 

Sap.(pa)tiba ql9 ctQ SIOQ GQ^eq Qf QQ ^69Q 
rg8(0)fQoi— ag^tqa] g<9!q85>i qq) ^iG*lgj9 9|Q 
'rt'fel eO^SQ aS9€5 ©^Sqi— 1. To closely 
or^vrr adbere or cling to a tbing. 51 3%©S 69*1 
tlfe'Tt^^n — 2. To shrink. [ q — ^Qg 0<irGQ 

^I5"IT 910 osnQSQ ©I ^§ ga? at-o i] «> ! (8^iq 
■fil&ra 'siScs «rr«fll OQoiq 8qi spsq iiQi^a^) 

55^^ GS59 e^Q eOQI— 3. To cringe; to proucb. 

«I€HB— r. €)«. ( fl=qaiO+0g = Qo QMQ; c^<^^§ ) 

Sapaksha ?. | -o© 0g|OQq3.]. Belonging to 

(©89 — POg®) tbe same side or party> 

(gasQ— a^iqa) partisan. 3 i 9(^10*! ?ig-^ 2. 

Helping; assistin?. «> | a^TO — 

3. Favourable, v | mi — 4. Similar; 

equal. ♦ t (Q9la*^ Q<$Q[^§) flfi ©1 SQ^tq^ 

5, Winged. 

Sapaksbataftwa) —1, Help; assistance. 51 <]^ 

(eagoi— €igqi«^) aai^isjciQ — 2. Act of joining 

the same party; partisanship, «n | sg qi 
e®«|jq§ a^gl — 3. Tbe state of being 
wingerl. 5 1 a^g^; agc^^*!— 4. Favour. 

fl90— eQ,^«^. — aiO&;Si9lQ^ — Learneds wise, [q_ 

Sapatba cOlsi aSe'g ^^^Q 9lO, as^ qS ^Qq 

ft^l^, ^ *r^^ (c^rt^) © G9es«i eao 1 — ^li""? 

^Q^—gi. ^ <6 9^ (so*)- (3 9g) gg^ Q|©_Seven 
Sapata in number. [^— gq^©6<Q SaiQg 93© 

1^I?J as)SQ I — QQ^ ecaig €»?u^ €il®] 

Sa© 0€)QI — €0. ■**— -€l9a ©Q«»| — 

Sapata karibs To take oath, 

€199 993— SI, ^.—99 9<i (69«) 

Sapata janama S>pta janma (See) 


€l99«1-e<9, ^. ^1 (aQt) (^-qasi^)— A co-wife; one 
Sapatanl of the wives of the same husband. 

Q99 QioiQ— 01; €). (api)— 99 ai©io (e9«) 

Sapata patala Sapta pSt&la (see) 

Sapata porusba Sapta puruaha (see) 

Sapata pbena (n*) aa — Oacfcus; Opuntia Dil- 
[gao e^aa (a ) a^'i^a] leni, [<;^^<39) ^g 

c#PR3« ^^sfHJit goiQ ©lacETi'i aa 1 Qiacerf aQ 
€oa -gi I ] 6Q. ©St. — (90, ager^T) qgecr^li 

agsr^lg^ (ga)— 'ScYen hooded (serpant). 

SQ9 ^09 -gl« $ (0Q'') — Q9 ^"^^ ( e9«! ) ' 
Sapata bhubana Sapta bhubana ( See ) 

^n^^ [q— <§9q 9Si9®, qa© giQa, gaa 
^T?r35R eoPj 539 gla aQ aq 9i9f ^ 9<i 1] 

1399?*— QL «^ (aQ^t) (a*. «=^a)— agci ( €9S1 ) 

Sapatama Saptatna ( See ) 

[Q— qasiq ^» G^IQq aQG93 I (jg^^V^ 

Q^I^QO- aQ 1] 

ag9fl €fl9S— C5?- p— q©|?Q ggq Q9 ^Q^j^aaoc^^ 

Sapatama sitala Qa^QI 9^S?» GQ9Q— 

Light refreshment served to relatives 
and kinsmen on the 7th day of the 

funerals. 

99931— 91- ©« («** gg^l)-^^^) ( G9a ) 

Sapatam Saptaml ( See ) 

ga9 %^(g'«!(Q)-eQ. ©^ ( a*, q^^q )-39gg3 gg^Q 

Sapata su(swa)rl(ra) q^^ (?IQl)— (musical 
1^'?^^ icstrument) Having seven tunes. 

^H^rt c^- ^j'-gg'pQ q9 9M— A masical 
instrument with e^ven taues. 
999! (QS1I0)— gi. «> (qo, 9519)— Q^i Q©<ii<? (GQ«t) 
Sipata (etc) Sapta etc (See) 

99^— 9*. 9. q« (93©H-^^<*iGer. ajswrc— q^+a*^ 

Sapatni 6l%=iag 9QQl + 9^. 9; 9|^ ^^^^ 

(9a§ —391 ^a) aa«iQ qq «9 e§ ©qq' <i) — 

S^ j Ql) G'^g-^-An enemy; adversary; 

antagonist, «<». ©ffl— atj89l9Q^ 
Inimical; antagonistic. 




( rKK» ) 


99^96^^ 6991 


Sapatnaghua Vanquisher o£ one's foes, 

Sapatnari QIQ'IT^ Ca «I®€1 — A species of 

{^e^lQ— aQ«i^9) thorny Ijamboo; Bambosa 

C^^ <rt\M Aruudanacia 

-gg^l-^Q. Q. ^l (9=qq|«+a©=giqlai'5>iQ; q^qI^) 

Sapatnl — QP10Q©0| ^1- qs^^fll— Go-wife; 

{9a§1 — aftf^a) one married to a man who 

has got another 'wife. 

Sapatnika ^i^IqoI ^1 aia§>-*-l, A person hav- 
(qg^lg— ag^^a) ing more than one wife. 

Q\9\^ %1 «t5£ll<i— 2. A person having his 

wife living, " I ^i\^^ %!«• qfl€J91l9l'Sa — 
3, Accompanied with one*s wife. 

Sapatni putra q^}glQ3 qa — The son of one's 
(ga«l ©«qi, g3tl q^ — ao^qa) oo-wife; stepson. 

.^0^1 gel — 9'. 9. ^1— eis>a §a; gej^^l* ^a— " 

Sapatni putri One's co -wife's daughterj 

(99^1 OQqi— aO'jqa) atep-daughter. 

Sapatra » I Q^S^^ — l.Leaved^ leafyj bav- 
(ga^© — aOi^^) in^ leaves, > | sjaq.^ — 

2. Winged, <a\ C-aQ; «i|S (i^^SOia)— - 


Arrowj dart. 


Sapatra{tra)kxata fejiSj^+S* 5; ase a aa:i)— ^ 

!• (animal) Pierced with arrow or dart. 
? I a€:€'q Qg^QO — 2. Much oppressed; 
tortur;;d; troubled; tormmted. 
-a9«iOQ€l — 5",© (9+a«=$i^si aa+^ fc^i^+^5>- 
Sapatrakarana a^)— l.l Q|sQ|flQ 9:^ e5>ao — 
(g99l^a — aotqa) 1. Piercii^ with an arrow 
^ I B^ftitl Sl^03 6tqV«— 2- Oppression; 
^orturingj harassing; tormenting. 
-«IQ^ -Q«. a (9=a§-|-9^ ai%=a9©QQ^i+«.§- q) — 

Sapadi ^ I QO^Q^i« . Q6cr QGCr; <19;69Q69— 
1, Immediately^ instantlj^ at onoe; 
simultaneously. 9 I Q ^j 3)Q— 
2. Speedily; hastily. 


Sapadma Full of Iotas flowers. 

QI9Q (QOtlQ)— g|. ^ (g«. gfl) — ^ I ^g^ Q©«flO (€Q«l) 
Sapana (etc) 1, Swapna ate. ( See ) 

'T'R 9 I (g*) qea^tfiQ Q19 QIA— 2. (masculine) 
^n^ Name for calling Swapnaswara. 

[«i9Qi(«j), qQ@{eG^fl(^)Q— Jig aefsQ «i<»*i^a] 

Sapana katha €^9^^ — 1. A thing seen in dream* 

'^T'^^ ^i?r gcrlo 1] 3 I 91^99 91 a^i^© ^q — 

2, Imaginary things «> | ei^QigQW ^i^ 
— 3, Wonderful matter^ v | ga^ ©ffllQ 
g^ «»l$ — 4. Nonexistent thing. 

Sapana dosha Swapna dosha (See) 

Sapana oii) <»|q-l. A name for calling Swap- 
neswara in contempt, j | ^tl<^IQ9li 

qaeQ GQfiJI €QQI — 2, Appearing^ in 

dream. 

Sapana(ne)iba S wapnaiba (See) 
QSQIoei— ai. e— ga g%9«l GQ<^— The Goddess 
Sapanabati cf dreamy dream personified* 
"^CSf^ ^^^^^^ [€^—3691 ^ m»\<!^ \ «9<> 

(9 iQ^Q^— a»«i^-j) — giol. Q'^i flS^j 

Sapa masi^a ^^1 fl|Q^5>l gSfli— A mat 
^W^s'Hjriff^ ^^^^erl made of a kind of 
[gafl^^^qaQS i(€^)q — ac>n%aj slender reed, [q— 

^^^'! -Qsg^iiQ eae g^q q^^ qa q9«i 
qj^^i '$0 t <S^IQ Old Q$ ^OIQ gta^ Qe$^ 

"399 €Qlt9a 691Q «SI QNQSW C$§ 90- 

Ofi^dlQ qa gg^i GQIQQio i] 
S ipara(root) To worship; to adore. 
Sapara salei hebS To give advice gratis* 


«Q9««« 


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Saparitosha 9QGOIQ «QO ©^fll«> — VVith con- 
tentment or satisfaction; satisfie<i» 

SaparibSra ^ ! qqqq QQ^ 9q»0 — 1. Having 
a f^bily. 5 I Sll g^lQ QQ^ISi «$^ 
QQ*l5l|ff'^2. Being accompanied with 
one's family members. ^. 9^, ©Si. — 

QCj^j) — Along with or accompanied 
by the members of one's family* 
[aae^ie®, ga€39lQCQ— a»t ^. ^«. ^a] 

Saparib&ra bidesa basa ^Q^ 9GQ>36Q 9IQ 
Q€i^l— JLiving abroad with one's 
family, [o — ^^ <S^a??iOt? gq!©eQ 

©€«; <KIP95 9QQ<9|Q ©GQSfiJ 9Q! ^"t^ 

9*«<^QI09 ^^IQGQ 9QQQIQ e6Q€9ia OQ 
Q|§^ 9g 9lti<o)1 d€|Q QitQ qecr Q6Q 

Saparishat-ka 9Q<3q^+ Q)^9Qa — Accom- 

panied by one's patty 

Saparjya a) — apl (aciQ) — Worship, 

cjofgO^eja)— €<?• a. ( d^^f^QQ^ ) — «. i g©ioi 

Sat)a(pS)sap(pa) qif> 08O qsiQ«>!Q aQ — 

^^^'l^j^'Ptff*!^ ^i^M 1. Sound of brisk 

walking with shoes on. J l g^g^ CJQ 

SQ-^eQ €9«NI©Q ap — 2. Sound cf re- 

jjeated canings inflicted on a person. 

JMI^^I, ^^^^ «*i qssQ ©|S4 SQioiQ el-aalq q^i^- 

q<$| 4)iQQ|Q aQ-— 3. The eonnd of briskly 
eating handfula of rice mixed with daK 
* 1 ?ta%; €j9*jiQ 6 alg al-a^^^. Sepeat- 

;ed]y and hurriedly. 


eaifi^fl)— GQ- ^- €?€.— 90i©3 «s^— 

Sapat(m) Swiftly; at once. 

SapSda e. I oQ^q^ — 1. Footed; legged. 5 I 

©Sd'qsig^©— 2. With 
one fourth, ^l gg^tl— 3. One and one fourth of. 
9ilQ€flo— ^- Q.— ( Q=g9«>+9iQ 9lo )— aiQaloqg 
SapSda pi'tha (^9i«l^0 — Having a foot- 
stool attached to it, 

Sapada siranl ^oo gtiQQ 9QQ1 ^GCT <l9C9e} 

^399ia ^a, -c^egQ <iS'at£i 'ja, <©.egQ 

<l99tSI Q<a>9a^ I ^€|I3IQ Cit^lQ 9^3^) 
6^Q — A preparation made by mixing 
IJ seers each of ghee^ sugar, milk and 
wheaten flour with 100 ripe plant- 
ains and offered to SatyanarSyana^ 

Sapaduka QQiQl Qi Qt)l€^ g^Q— With shoes & 
(gaii^QI — %1) sandals cn. 

SapiQda e^q a^ e«l«^ e€J6J*fliQ*€)5 9<5^§) — 

(ga^l — ft!) ?4l^lQ ^'^^ — Related with one an, 

other by the funeral oblations and 

cakes. { g», Q.— g»IO; fl^QIQ 6J9€i ** 

Agnates of a person within 7 genera 
tions (related with each other on 
account of the offering of funeral cakes) 

e9g|6Q 6 C^QIO^ C3Q Co€l2iQqt60 (991 

QS^j eq^lG© GfllQ «9«lJ€QS5'9IGO GfllGQ 

GQ^IQiS' %1fii6Q ), G^^ieO 9&|€} g$OQ9l<9 


Qa'^o 


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Qg^t 


astfj -^siQ (s$5Q • ge^a^ ?«%<» (§ oq <« 
Q.'S^) 9^ 9S'3 9*^ Q19 '^M\ ^^^ ^S^ 

2iGa|o, ©91$ 6 Qis^ G^QSQ "ac^ ^©y fl 

q^sqifffisr ©Q^GQ «Gis I ^1 ?nos? aeSQ $cf^ 
©dlO -CQ^, ss^ic? g§4i Q^l «»»'<IQ 99^ia«5 1 

99^ §1QS? «cj^6Si 9) ©?aGQ ej Gala 

QQ^ Ol^ ^^"^ q.o^^ 9^^ 6 «I©lfl9 (S q!€^gl 
9Sq qjg Wi|Q^ GQQ 9^i*?aR <?Q9I «§i^*» I 

gq|C)|«9<§;^^g^!©!?i9(§ GaqiOQ' g^,G97^, 

QGOl^ Q9€t as^— ©€I.GQI9] 

S-ipiii(Jana The ritual of incorporating a 

deceased among the Sapindas of a 

person. 

Sapinda Feminine of Sapinda^ 


ggfil^Qfl— 3*. Q (ga^+a^o «6iiSP ©,+«j ai^+- 

Sapindikarana qp. SQ)— ^©I9GQ q€> 9*i$Q 
GS© C^GQaiGQ QQQ a^-? SSif, §01^9^ 

S9siq<g)£? e<g qgct 9fllQ9l ^a ©^T^ 3^9^, 

SGQ* e9€i8€lQ ^@13Q«»— The ritual of 
admitting the deceased to the category 
of Sapinda and excluding the erstwhile- 
eldest Sapinda from the category, 

[^Mi-o^i q-*!^ q*9a^G^ 0^''^i I Gol^t 
gs^QQ aai©j §^.9©iq9 6 g3©lfl9«? ©§Qi«v 

§31 (S 9oiq^, <id9 * g^^SL^ ®^ **^^ * 
<i^;aa q® ^^'iSQ'Q flS??»iQ <1®W a^QSj;^ qo 
9*1^!? ^aqa •»» g.»^9* aicf * eciis 85 3'^® 
Qgaio (i €59 » ^^'^ ^^^ Q\^^^ qa ^•*95* 
sgaG* aiQ* €cii§<i ^^"^ §11 QSiQKi \ ©oasQ 
Q9 6gs9^% «r» qa OQ 9qq * 99GQ ^€!;q 
«aQi<i (S q© ^i^Q* Q9©iq^ ^9§^' Ggsilg 
Qfaia^ d qa ©h9 (gs© <i9d$c*3a?iGft) 
'flS^' GS«1^§ ga§) I -o^ 9^^ ^39^1 «6i^' 

q&jGQ qqS9I aOi DWlQ^ q«i^ giQaQ? 
gqsoq Ga\*!<i f^ii^©^^ qg €@!Q aias) * 
oa^^ QQQi qiq' q&i a^ qoq as 1 99^1 ;)Q^ 
Q6Q q& QM§sf aqi GgoG9'5'5''!a??Q 'g^si- 

gci^ I g9s]1 ©Qgi sv% q© 9'»9 ^eieqi^- 
ea*' G9IQ <si^ aia^ <S 39§1«Qei acQ 

*'9"^-9' W QSg> I] 

g-TCjl^© -2. «^. g"— GQ^ qS»9i9^Q 9?§1®Q«%3 

Sapin^ikiuta ^i^\ Qq SlQai— ( a deceased > 

(3a6,lQS|— ^1) For whom the Sapindikatana 

rites have been performed, i. e. wh*^ 

has been admitted to the category of 

Sapinda by the Sapindlkarana ritua], 

qSqI— e?GQ. 9 (Q». 9801)— ^<^Qfi«^G« 9!©S1 6^?r 
Sapins aiQ* ag 9! gial* . g© 6»l#^^ ^W^'^l 
^if^^n ^f^Rt siq«>— Subpoena; summons^ 


>o«)« 


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ciea^i 


Sapiba Q|€) €Q9I— 1. To rcbake, j \ aoQIQ 

e^Ol — 2» To curse. 

^qIq©— q°. ^ (g+a1®+«) (6§Qi©)— V I 9^^; 

Sapitaka ©qq QQ — 1. Acacia Arabica (tree), 
> I q©eQ|9l©«; 9<^ (QQ©Q^) — 2, A kind 

of Luffa fruit. 

Sapiti <9^ (QQ*1 (^ 9<dl9 <$ £l€>gN ^9), 9l£r1) 

gccr Q^ <1Q^ 9!0 «QQI ^9 ^"s^l— The 
act^o£ more than one person drinking 
together; drinking in company. 

eelsoi-^v^ ( ef Q-ti? )— %eai9'; we^iei®^; 

Sapltika qj^sj ©QQI (Q© ©<a'^) — The Luffa 

Aegyptica (fruit), 

Saputra ^ \ g^ g§® ^0*tfll»; g^& ^9^ — 
(gghe^ — ^aoiqa) l. Having a son, ^ I Q\^\ qCfiT 
[gq^l, Qgs^©l-"«(1] n,^ £il<l— 2, Attended with 
(a^a© — ©ag©) or accompanied by one's son. 
e(g)qQ— aiGQ. (?5i,^gQ, aitsii, GOT®, oiagi). pei — 

Sa(su)pur ^1 g^^ sl^-l. Tender; fine, (q— qgg 

^fll, 9qQ c^QQ^ 5 1 a^igiejiM — 
2. Narrow. * I «0(a^— 3. Tiny, 

«i(q.)qQ 0%«i^9ieQ (oip^i) 9— «^ ©<ja— 

Sa(su)pur chakuli Thin Chakuli cake. 

€iq€j— 6<?60. © [a. sa-e—^SQiei; «£rg=©sQQiQo 

Sapuri (fffii) ] — afl q69 Q9q§ Q-ft «e€19 — 
^ll^t^'T si'nn'T^ Pineapple; Ananas Sativus. 

^ti-sq gi©1»ci9 §>G^ I <i'?i« ^i©fi)^€Qalq 

ff)$l 'OQg/ (Nanas) | Q^dl© (eagiffllG© 

geigq cisq^QK^ aiQ^G^^ GQqi©)^' ^^tQ 

^SfQlQ9^'(Ananas)=9lQO^ (Piae) QSQ ffO 
QQQ 0$ erf^^Q Q19e*< ^91^ Q'GQ^qiGO 
<<$\<i eiQO, «l8j;i^ (Pine apple) QQGQ I 


6<59*I9I^ aW9|GQ -^l-i?! ^9Q^, fldQ 
QlQ^ GQQ GO©l G09[ ©Q ' ©It ©111 a©aiSQ 

«C»<!>^<3>< ^ 9i&Q a<;>aiGQ ^eiaN t 

<?jeQ ^Q©! «y ^O I Q^QQg^ gqg© 
eiQQ Qiq^^GQ qQi^ d q^€) ©QIQ ©g^ 

^q? aQ— GQ. «1— ggq O-aQ GQQ €$aS€) ©I GqaiG© 
Sapnriakhi ^ji?! GQIO^IQ ©^qt© ^The eylets 
'5i|1=lt^C^?I C^U or circular marks on the skin of 
si^^l" ft^ the pineapple fruit. 

^(^ ©ai— G©.©— gg© asQ q^q p6>g© 9^q 9i«_9i- 

Sapuri kanda qioQ- ^qg© ?i©I e©|q«l*'€l- 
^t^lt^ 'ftC^ ^^ The soft kernal inside the 
3?T5!Tfl^ ^?^ stem of the pine apple plant near 

the root, 

[^— o^ QQ\^ ©Q% 9^eg©q5j i^t? 

g©ci ga^ I] 
gq€j fl(efli)Q©i(Qi)-G©. ©— gg.Q© estai q^Mq 

Sapuri mu(mo)raba(bba) ©§q 6©iq«»l"€)(J ©S> 
^5it^^ OlW^ Q^Q 31© ©QQiQ gg© ©q9©l §^ift — 
*WW^*T iTt^:^! Preserve or marmalade made 

from pineapple, 
^<3.€ (®^)ai— SIGQ. {ei9G»jo) ©— ^fififtci <?©»fq©^- 
Sapurnnifrni)a; ©G€1Q— Heptapleurum Venu- 
losum (plant) — (Haines Botany of Bibar 

and Orissa). 

Qqn— a. 9^- q" (g=^@o+qi; g^ief ©'?<^^9)— 

Sapnsbpa qjqQ— Flowered-jhaving flowers, 

(atti-^') 

gG9M-G©Gqi. © ( Q', 3691%!) — ©'Jftl©©©'© 91^- 
Sapeta ©^©a 6 ©§© ^«IIQ^ a*©^-Acbra8 Sapota- 
^C9i^ ^%rT sapodiiia^ [5— Og ©a ©G©€il> 

©iGq©i9la^Q6©''qQ©<j sbqi© G^iQasQiQ 
Q©iioG© QcT ETs ff^s I 'O'S'iQ er© <J© s- 
9^19® (^ QI€)GC^ ^I^^A I <3^q2dGQ -&\9\ €)^9I 
«^€>^9Q©^©S G©iqQ €141 qa*fG© ©qqg©i^ 

OIG^ fiHq ©«| qiqi© aM I < STQQ gjtiq 
6^91 ©9--1©! 1 9|Q©GQ <]$€% G qai €^9GQ 
©0^©G» ®9i GQfillaM I aGflQ©! GCl©fG©l 


QaiQ94 


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qgglfl 


(Cochit-Zapote) (S eiPSQals^ QQICQ 
ttieaiS^CZapote) (g|Q^ CiQ^QQQiglflieQ 

ere^ q*q©6Q «Ga|^l (Sapota; the Sapo- 
tilla plum) QQ^ I] 

«f^i rsa^)QQl— SQ ^— aa^^iQQi (6Q«) 

Sapta(pte)iba Sap-t5iba. (See) 

SaptibS ^ Sap:tiba. (See) 

Sapta €(5»^|+©5r. ®ft^ qgw^ €1Q, efll^^^^*©"*)— 

•ai© (3€!^i)'— Sevecq*. 9^— QiQa^ei^g — 
Seven in number. [ Q — g^ g»«*1l€l 
«*1Q^IQ «6«9 2f;;>6Q d S6Q^ €t^9l€Q 

€0C©9 «o :— 81© ^go, ai^, q€, Wjaf 
gla^ ?Q^, 9!Q, 3j^!^, ^«i, ^©icTj a«r, ^(?^ 

<?9*, afill_, 9V*© I 

o<»i(Qi QQisQ ^95,0/ €!£?« ai'g^g-i 
eat, — q«g^o q^^ q»€ei© — 6qs«3»^, eis^^l — 

•:«99— ^•©, (qgQ+^ie&'©) — ^ I g^ S'fil**! — 1, The 
Saptaka number seven. > ) Qio GQ|f QgQ <9Q 
^Qfl— 2.The aggregate of seven thingsi 
a group of seven things. «> | (q*Ql©) Ql© 
GQlt ^QQ <]Q©^ S»Q — 3, The combina- 
tion of the seven musical tunes. 

©1^) GGi 6€l|f<iefi!«l<f ^99 «9 I 90© («l)^ 

€;9Q (Q), eii©i€i (01), g&iq (sii), a^n (ai), 
£t^^ (dl), ®S|Q (»)^ <q 9^ 5QG€J 
GCIIf < qg© ^<\ \ C^'qS'GQ g6igifl<S Octave 

(a^g) CQiQSM I giej«i qpl^ei 'ai' ^QiQQ 

g|©gQ gGCr d QI^Q 'ill' QQI^Q 9gQ QGSf 

$o^9''€i1©Q 9 GCti? 6flfs<? 6S) a«; aai, 
^gi, Q, Qi, 91^ ai, ai5 ©* I ^i^ g^Q g|r si^. 
«€;q>GQeiQ^92j^Qq <^Bq gi@ ^ogq^c^ I 


^ (S « CI3UGQ GQICIft GQfit!9(«?>, <»> 6 « flidGQ 
GgiflO €1!<»IQ {Q\)y -e 6 ^ aaGQ ©9 QiiP 

(«!),$) <S 9 oyGQ G©ipa ew© (d!), 9 9Gq 
G©i;iQ&€tQ (S>) I ^q^' ©G» 691$ 6<9^ i] 
g**' e^—gg ^'Sii©— 1. Numbering seven; 
consisting of saven^ ^ ! ggq. gi©Q 
fJ5^> 99 giQ!^— 2, Seventh. 

Sapta kand* Tha seven books or parts of th^ 

BamSyana. 

g^ga—g». ©^ (g^g^sg^g'SI-jg+qj fli^lQ 9 6€ll^ 

Saptaki QQ aN; *^l ^9^ d!^= <!©«», 6991 + 
©^""©Q + iii aiQ! 9f6Q <9^ *?<») VI 
©191; a^igSI; Gflfilftii (aflS))— 1* Waist- 
chains gi^^l^. -^ I ^'® ^^^ ^^'^ 
2 A seven-stringed waist-chain- 

GQ- 0' 91^1— Harp [q— gga ©OIQ, ^S 
q' ao<s*, QSgtQSQ ^?€> I— «€|fl§)i, ^''Sif 

a^QQlCeeOsil €I41-SQ-©- ©ICI— (gi© 6©lia a€t(GQ3!) 
Saptakc(kro)sI ?aada SSta kosi5 ganda (see, 

g^QCr— ^- ^. {m^\^ §q)— (Q^q+Qal)— 31© GQI? 
Sapta ganga <»q© q QQ glO-The junction o£ 

7 rivers. 

Sapta granthi sunda m>9^,^ ^S^^Q 9^ Gfi^eiKl* 
22 eilO (aai— 9^©) The ohilopoda- 

€i9gifl-G©. 9- (Qiq)g!oeri ©iq©©sp6Q3Q gi©l© 

L-aptagrSma 9a«tt© asa 6 ®4« qwaifl— Name 

of a province & its capital of ancient 

Bengal, (*5— <i^ ag.gifl©aQ nti^Q ^q.« 

^6Q«1 aeT ©s^SQ <?%ctio ^s^g 3Q?si 
^iqgoq siQGQ a©|© ?iq i sc>^ q©§GQ 

9GS 9cr qe^qi^^* ay^s^ 69©! aS© flw 

^91^€! ^l^IfiJ-l a^^ <!91 6Q!?<J Sdl© d^ 

©I©© ©i^©*i g©q69QQ ?«i I qg«q|o fliG© 
-aG<»© §5^ flWSi ^«f ©9 "^06^ fla©©fli© 
^^\^ ©Gfii I €«:9€i ao!C?l asr© QQcqo^ 
•Q*i©a^ 4 OCJQQ 9\^Qh 9q§ q4»i 


^3 O^IQ^^I 


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SiqQ Q^^ Q^QI G$iQa9 I qq^io q;^6Q 
•091 ^Q\f< q9^ aoiq CQ(^ (gaQi Ql 
9Q9iQ) ^g <^ OOI6Q €€II9€) d9lo1 Sdi^ 

©q© 690 <S 9^g|q ©Qq^^i e^ia— 

©«.e9ra I] 

Sapta cbatwariinsa «9 fl«eniQ a Q^ — 

Forty seventh. 

Sapta chatwarimsat QCT^IQi^)— QQ^aa V6) 
goffl^il — Forty seven; 47. q". Q«— Q®qj©€l 
g'eiMO — Numbering fortyseven. 

Sa pta cbatwarimsattama «)v))-i~ V9 g^OTQ 

S Q^ — Forty seventh. 

Saptaohchadda e^aiSfl 'fi^Q <^^i 09IQ Q© 

Alstonia Scbolaris tree, 
aft«i go Qifl— qjq^i, qg^B^^ q^^jq^ ^^^^^^ ^^g§^ 

€1^ Q«6— <a*. ©— 'S!!0 SQ GQ-? bIQd gQOI— Seven 
Sapta jantna births in the world. 

Sapta jagara Sata dipa ( See ) 

Sapta jihwa(3wala) <^<ii^q)^nQ; ©ef — Fire. 

©<?*?, 8giQ9 I <9 5> Gciif ^tJ^ aa Q 9 ecilt 
@9i gea Q^Q I 


Sapta tantu ^y Q|ei«>! + 9»^ al^+?iy«>Q«- ^5 
(aqQ)_Yedie saori&ce, [q^ — q gigi^ 

Q50§ e<?s, 05Q 691^ q^«i9^ I «a«ia, 

Sapta tSla — Saven palmyra trees standing 
together or in a row. [q — qflQO -4© 

Siptati (©91®©)} 0|9IQ aQfll^ 910 X to]— 

?•; q^Q — 70; Seventy, 

Qg9©a— «. 0^ (35O+0QtfllGer- ©q) — 9«© 0Q^ — 
Saptatitama Seventieth. 

^9. ^•a— ^. «^ C 39 «"•«©+ £t?i«iiea« a ) — 

Sapta triinsa *9 ^^I'llQ 9 €:^ — Thirty seventh, 

g^ ^°€i©— J. Q ( e«iii©i©©i 9^ ay^ ^"s© )— 1 

Sapta triinsat ^'o ^ ^1© «^© Q'Sln! — Thirty- 
seven, ^Q — «!<> afil*l© — Numbering 

thirty seven. 

Q9^'€l©— «. ?Q (39 ^S©^+0^Qtf|6d. Q) — «>9 

Sapta trimsati Q'^ilQ o^q«— Thirty seventh. 

g^Q^l- 9^9(^3 Q€io^«; <?9©oc^. 9g«^+<5Ja<n;; 

Sapta dasa 99 s^g Qgi^ gy^QeQol ©rftilQq)— 

(«9©0? — ao^iqa) ^9; 9OQ — Seventeen; 17. 

9*. Q^— e I 9©Q ^^SUHQ — 1. Numbering 

seventeen. ^ 1 g©® 9«fe<i!Q g q^ — 

2. Seventeenth. 
gg Q€!fl— 9*. S»a— 9©£! 9"«1|Q SQtfl ($«iSO|g)_ 

Sapta dasa ma Seventeenth. 

gg 9©^ «g«*1-9°. Q — 99 9gi9«| ( 699 ) 

Sapta dibya manflshya Sapta manuahya (See) ) 

e^ Qi^«— q^ ^ (95q^+^ysi==g^ gi^^iq^ ©951^)— 

Sapfca didhiti 99©^; («*©|^ c€i9) — Fire. 
gg qia— go, 9^91© 9]aj 91© gQiS qetq^ g<3ia— 
Sapta dipa A lamp with seven mouths. 

[©^ — 09 Qtae© 9 GOIt 9©©| QEiQicj > 
CQ©©1 <$ ©Q ^^**'S. ©013©) ©gQ|< tj 

gg 9la— 9»,^© (9 q)— g^lG^i^ g§91© 9 €91? gla— 
Sapta dwjpa The seven islands comprising 
the earth according to the Hindu. 

mythology. 


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930199 


9aAiei QQQS) 1] 

qQa99*^of^1a a^cTa i ge©i« 9I9GQ 

afi»€Q 9s^1a ««1q I 

ai9i 5^, o Sfla^iiQ ©191 ^6v I €9^ ^^ 

G^9 GCti^o -Jla ^0^5 ®l% C90 q3 Gatt< 

Consisting of 7 islands. 

Sapta dwipa pati <g«la;i!?iJQ qgG^I^ Q9a^ — 
The aeven mythological kings of the 
seven mythological islands- [ <Z^ — <Q 

Sapta dwipa- Having seven islands. 

The earth. 

SaptadhS — 1. In seven ways. 3 1 919 aQ — 

3, Seven times. "^ I Q|9 QQ6Q — 3. In 

seven direcions^ ts \ qi9 a*«6Q — ^ Iii 

seven parts* 


€15 di^— 9-. ^i — «gQg 99 9«€it9 yi% 91 fliQ' 91 

Sapta dhStti C^SIQIO — The seven ingpedierits 

of the body, 
[€5— f9^ a69IQ9l ?IG€I 

ag Q9Q q^GQGa \ 
€^GQ GPQ QSQQ I 

6)19 RBGQ ^ra »Q 

^iiQ Ci99€ 9Q I 
919 €^^69 ^© Q^ 
flfilQ PG^ 969 G9ilfl I 

Gq ^ 90 G99 69^ I 

[^—99, 99, <irg, G«t9, aa'i «»«i <^ *» 

^8 qgai^ CQIQ* €1^9 9t 96*? I <Ifll» 
€1<^9 Gg'^SQ I <3 Qg^l^ 3<^9<2 2119^ 9^§ 
€9|€^ <iq!OC? 919. dl^ I a^lQQ 319 S^Gfl 
9369, Q«! Q9G9, 9^ flraG9. fll*SI'G«1^^9, 
G^O «igG9, ag q^lG9 ^ ^il ^9GQ a€3^9 

^^ 1 eilQiQ a3iQ a*€i g©, p^, 9^ ao 
^SW9 G99% 91919 aiO 1 33di%9 «$a9^G9 
^(^99 C^aOi^ ^ Si^G9 €ig9Q ^ <$< I 3 
gg 99©—^°. *^ (^9 999 + 99tflSa'- W) — ^91969 
Sapta nabata g'€i«it9 9 9^ — Ninetyseven. 

(q^ 990 9fl— a9''%a) 
gg 90©— g*. © 6 ©^ (3-«hi9|©9; qgo^+ay^iGef- 

Sapta nabati Q9©) — QG901^ 919 a^O g*«fi — 

Ninety seventh, 

a^ 99qi— 6Q. 9^ ( ^- 399^+ 09+ «s^8 )— G«I9« 
Sapta nabaya 99lqi; GQI^al — Sixteenyear old 
C^t^ (female). [^— ^9 99(^1 GOIO'^) I 
^1^ ^^ aei9§i. ,99^ 9^iq5 1] 

gg «fiil— g*. 9 — gi® ««1; aal aQ9i aicf 6991* 

Sapta nali 9"i6?g9 9Q — Seven long hollow 

rods^ the head of one fitting to the tail 

of the other, and used in catohing birds. 

3901^—^. e«' q* (gg9.+9M iai9iQi 9'$9iQi 

Sapta nSxdika ^99^+0191+9) — t i CII9 Wit 

(^9 01991—^1) Ol^lq^— 1. Having seven 

stems or veins, j \ (69tl®9) q^OI^I 9^ 

99^ — 2. Having the astrological figure 
of Bapta na^I chakra. 


^om^ 


i;p»i^o« 


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490# 


Sapta tx^T^i bbakra q^Ql^l^^g'if « Q9 ^OQ— 
An astrological circle set up with pla- 
nets and asterisma indicating the 
ataount of ratn which will fall on the 

earth. 

a^aisi tt^^aiSQ aciifl ^4 e^^i S2^q 
a9C4i«i 6 Q[Q g^i 969 I ^cq^ eQ«i< 

OCi Q«a 919 (S STQ «$ )] 

«l§«lfll-"Sr. «>. (s?qii©)— a5?o«i ^51 (q©©a'iai). a^ 
Saptanama eqiftfa q.fl^i QQ«i ai© ^eaa — 

Cleome Yisoosa (a plant). 

«|QWI«— ^. €)« (qg asia® +aQdiea'' a)— qsji^s)© 
Sapta pai^ohasft «r«)ilQ SQ^— Fifty seventh. 

Saptia paEehasat gq^ asafli ay© q|9 q*«*f| 

Fifty seven, 

Sapta patra {^9 ^<^^)^ q^R ^t] Q.^— 1. A 
flowering plant;Double Jasmine. J » 
10©^ ^^-2, A flowering pJantj 
Gardenia Florida. ^ | (qgQ +8^ Ql^lQi 

{999^— a©«t^9) 9gq)^§) gQaeQ^eQsi )— 3. 

Saptaohhada (See), 

Saptapada 9iQ eiQ QQ ^690—1. Seven steps 
^ I $91^ ©I2G9 <9^^€<q)l^ g|© 6QI? «g 
(Ci«,e©IQ)— 2. Seven items of articles 
given to the bridegroom at matnage. 

69IQ«S (^«i 6©ig)— 3. A mystic formula 
beginning with the word Saptapadl. 

C19 QQia— e. «>. (f^qLi ^a©«»^4-a9!a)— (Qtii^cS 

-Sapta padSrtha e«?S€l§© Q€lQ)-'5i9v Gtfl, ©5? 

QifllOH^ «)6€I9, Qfl«|i^ 6 a^©j 9§€i <9 5> 

CCIIt Q«)^ (9^S©l9)-(Nyaya & Baiseshika 

philosophy) The seven articles or 

attributes of matter. 


Sapta pad! a^g+qqi9i^eef €l'y Qa^« a^Q©! 91® 
Ql^g© q«(»)-©©19 ©|«€Q ©QO« d ©ftlieQ 

f eiQ <J© <© q^joeq aiQSfla Q€j9©l ^a §«^i 
—The ceremony performed just after 
the rite of marriage when the bride 
stepson seven circles chalked on the 
ground beforehand and the bridegroom 
follows on her footsteps uttoring 
mystic fo'rmulas, [o — ©W^jffgQio QgQ 
6 aiifg9« ©if gQfl^l Q6Q ©©I9e^*5€^ 

aS), €1Q QO^ €(l9^g«l 0^©<i fl|ft<;» ©Q9| 

5> GCIIf PQ, €$QI©« 0^0 ^9qq gjr^ 
fiog^GQ «Pi qs^©sQ a^s "^ G9iQg^i p Gai« 

©ftire^^ 9^iafli©«'S« aai^cq gqi© a©iQ 

©Q H«»§ I ©QJIGQ ©Oil a^ 9 601 f q^ 
^©IQ^ ©Q^ i ©Si<j| GQ^ 9 GCItf "??§«€© 

BIO 9©!Q Qiqaisii^, ©G) qlf g^ qi© GGilf 

«§«G© Q(© GQq ©I©- a^QPI© ©Q GffQ 

«|Q^ I ^91^ ^QQ^oag «to' G^i©ai<i 1 ] 

Saptapadl gamana (§ ©©llfij© 9Gai? fl^fflG©a|© 
a©|Q 9©fqg 9^ — The concluding cere- 
mony of marriage consisting of the 
bride & the bridegroom walking seven 
steps together through seven circles 
drawn on the ground^ chanting some 

mysticifprip^ae, 

g^ Q©— q% ^— V I ©191 ©§^ 39^9 ^%^Qq ©^©1 

Sapta paraka (^«i,6©l€i)— 1. Keeping the mind 

. away from outer matters. ^ i <Jo 

99^©I9 ©IQ €jc©iq1 Q^«>| (©«iG©ig) 

2. Fasting for a week continuously. 

g^a^-^*' «>• (G^^QI©) K I QgSQI e (G©fil)— 
Sapta parnna Astonia Scholaris (tree) 

(99^® 9^©, qa^© asjia — geip ade© a©«{^a) (aaq 
aaf(^ a-SiJ^— 9aiQ^©^3 fii©<3i, 9«fl9©, ^i*©^ 

q©i€i1, a©€jig©, qpjagi, qs?^, a^a^, 
<iQS«, 99^©j (^) ^gq, (8) a®©3», (fl) 
^I9©4i, <9i^o, aqtiij* (6) a©a©i, ©©©i. 


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(e©) ^e<wai i <i9i ® «, 6«ej,^io, <^, Qg- 
eoi€i <$ (5q'»i€i?. -aao, ^iga^, «»a^, 9^ 6 
6^f — («»^e«^i»^ ? I ( <^6Q 5PW, «>H5n^ 

Q ^1 p'fiii 89»^ fl'^iw 9e€i«; ^lai, ^i^fl, 

«Ci ©01 Sai €9lQ§iQl M\^^ («0 OO^Ql) — 

2. A sort of sweetmeat prepared from 

grape, pomegranate, date, mango, 

mixed with molases, gbee & honey 

and sprinkled ver with the powder 

of fried paddy, 

Sapta parnni (Cio^fllQI, qc«r«r^)— The Mimosa 

Padica (creeper). 
si^ 9I91Q— «. ^— (^q)— ggjGi© a6ai^«»© — '^^^ 

Sapta pataia seven nether worlds accord- 
ing to Hindu mythology, [q — <3§ gg 

9i©iO« oifl, aeii— ago, ^©o, ©oo, 

9©9, ^^Qd), ©fil©Q, 991©0, Q^IQQ ^ 

0|9l<d ij 

Saptapitrukamabasya The new moon of 
the month of Bhadra. [Q^— <i§ 

g©iQ ^Q^R g|0 9oi e©i <$<! l] 

.g^qjj— 3^ Q— (99)— qi©GSIl§ g^lO^Seven sons. 

Sapta putra 51, p«i (^ ©• ^ — ^ I («^q §) 

(ggt^l— -^1) QI^IQ-Q 9^ g.a aS^— l. Father of 

seven sons. 9 I g- (9^^^^) QgeQQ ai^l* 

^Q — 2. Father of the seven worlds* 

Sapta put rasa ©"a) — 'lO^q^j 60^ %] aid 
GClIf g.^ fi^C^ gejaiM^ — Mother of ssven 

&OD9. 

Sapta purusha ®«(g <$ gi^^ §3iQ €IS|991 9{©9^ 
^gyQ— .Seven generations (above and 
below) and either inolading or exclud- 
ing himself. 

99 S^©— ^. «J C^Q^'^a Q)— 38^©, Q-i?©^©^ 6 
Sapta prakjuti «9'<i?lQMffi<idn philosophy)— 


The seven elements of nature e.g. the 
five elements, the Divine and the Human 

natures* 

^g €r(eff)^!(^--GQ- '^' («. Q^wl, <1'9IQ €ll«WlO 
Sapta pha(phe)nS(ni) g9Q sf^l ^l^fl)— 1 • 
[99 ?r(e€r)lfa(a*) — b»*^s] »iQGerlfa «9— 

5^i^;|5it, awfR'lt 1. A species of oactu^ 

«1?rhsft Apuntia Dilleoii (plant) [o^ — 

^^CP^I < €Qa1q CIQ QS^ I giq 9IG9 «»a9 9« 

agio's GSjg^l Ql* (cockineal inseet) 
gg^gii as6Q ©?S[§j S9i<^ G9qi'»(?Q '9AISI 

©f©qis^1qi6Q ^ger^iq aa e^«j. aS 

(Prickly Pear) | <J<g>lQ €lfaiQ ©IQ^QQ 

erei9Q e<*j3l9i€j^9i^ €q6© <19I%_ ^iQEr^l 
G91Q «$ a^as^ 1 
g9Ersi<gS)g©i«— ©4©q.9 * ©4^*^ 1 

-^cfCQjQIW^ ^9G© (^ PlStGQ Pai 091 SKT 
fllGQ I <I9IQ £7^1 ©! «l«l 3^ <S9 ^*^ 6Q, 

©aiaio I <iaQQ goq f'l^ s©©^ 'ScTe©© 
aQ afi^ gqqe© ^i^^ <sj6«f©*« ©«^ G'^igiQK] i 
OQ© qi^©l aiQlGQ aQM ergs^ s^tiKi ©l§ I 

QQ©© sai ^gsr^iQ aQ ©c^^p' ©e"^ 
siGqQ©i€i ^<a©qiG© ^gsr^l gqr ©<$© 
sogg G^^ass} 1 <1^ <3^€> *?■€! G©9 qiq* 
§4@a-3Gj^lctiQ ©<$ e^eii^ gG^iQ© g©^i 
e©tQag5 9§ ©i^'gq ©s era 99©i gq«II€I1Q 

©<$ s©%i 9S© <iQ© eg© Qe« aeqQ©!^ 
•o© ©i«^ ©IS -aG©3$a^i G9iQaQ t^geer^t 
•©©Q ©iQG© < ©i«9 99e©G^ ^^a^qi©©* ^& 

4©9ai© qt^saKi 6 ©d% qtQa©i<i 1 <3 ©i^fli©(?© 
^9sre\ ©©^©la ©Q©iG© Q^© €}9 as ^ 
qt^i©©Qi« ©tmi©QG©, ©aiaiais^ie^ iS 

^^6© <§ aSfl!©©^ q|?l9%Q OgGCT^iQ <?a 


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09169 Q9Q6Q9319 ^I^Qia^ 6 Q&Q 9)<a <^ 

eviQ^Qi eQsttaiqaSj^^ ^9QQ aeoQ sic»6q 

2- Sataphe^jii 2. (See) 

Sapta phani Q!©f et^iqg (ga*)— (Mytlioio^i 
cal serpent) Having seven hcods. 

Sapta brahmana ^l^sift" q^Tftft— !• Seven 

Brahmanas assembled at one place. -> I (g^L) 

^gg* (CQ^) — 2. Saptarshi (See). 

Sapta bhadra ^;5QQ)— t€a« S)^ («Q ©Q Ol)- 

Acacia Lebbec (tree)- 

Q9 ^€»©— e. ^ (g5^l9lQ '^«)— 39SG1© (QQa) — 
Sapta bhubana Saptaloka (See). 

q^q-.q»^§^— (*9©^+9Q^i6ef fl) q|®^«niQ qq^ — 

Saptama (3^fll Q^fll— %1) Seventh. 

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Tbe 7tb day of the marriage and the 
ceremonies performed on that day. 

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S^I^-l.The worship of certain Deities 
perPormable on the senventh days of 
lunar fortnight. > I a^O ^pj g^q] Qg 
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7th_day of the bright lunar fortnight 
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©!^, i% 6 0«)— The sevea reddish 
parts of the body ^e. g. palms; soles, 
ends of the eyes, tongue, palate, lips 

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fiaptarStra q|«q^91ial 9qq— A week. 

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©IQ'©— 2. A sort of black-tipped ted or 
white S3ed enclosed in a pod; Abrus 
Precatorius. • | GiSj^JQi; GQQSa Qs; (a©) 
— 3. Origanum Ynlgaris ( tree )- 
'^ I fl^I^G^S^I Q\^9 9S — '^ Red wood 
tree; Soymida Febrifaga, 

Sapta loka q^G^i^ 9 GQIt Q^'^^^J© — The 
seven upper worlds according to the 
Hindu mytbology, [q — <39 sgeOOQ 

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Sapta satikS ^a*^— (feminioe) Having seven 
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91^^ agJ^IQ* 9TO|!^— The aggregate 
of 700 families of Brahmanas who 
were formerly living in Bengal, 

Sapta sajjya G9Qri©IS Q^**!© QlSeatS §Q 

91 6§«1 ©§^ 819199 9!?1 — Name of a range of 

'i^^ H^ra^JPWT seven layers of hills in 

the Dhenkanal State of Orissa. [^ — SIQ- 

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Having Tseven rods, pins or straight 
lines. ^ I qgaaiO ©^ (G9a) — 2. Sapta- 

salaka chakra (See) 

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Q9G9fi*l©€^ O^ 9Gaa— An astrological 

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GQ!Q— The inauspicious condition of 
an asterism, found out by calculation 
by drawing the Sapfcasalaka cbakra. 

Saptasala €©Cri <^ 9al aiooa— Seyea S51a 
trees whicb grew together, as described 
in tbe Ramayana and wbioh "Hrere 
simultantieously pierced with one 
arrow by Ramachandra. 

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1^f>*t?1 &63 fl^1— Name of a minister of 

laMdHu^ f Sabasra Rabapa. 

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inauBpicloiK conjunction of planets 

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Sapta sbaahthi g|6<§ aiO «y9— Sixty- 

seven, 

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Saptasaptfttitama g(<3iq— seventyseventh.^ 

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Sapta samudra fl©6Q e^l^cfSQ €JQ ' 

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ocean* or rings of fluids surrounding 

the Meru mountain and in turn sur» 
rounded by rings of seven concentric 
islands. 

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gapta sSina gift, ^l^ieQ^**, e?q9j 0l9cac>, 

alq^^eqilg olqalO a^— The seven 
mystic incantations in the Sama Beda, 

Fapta sindbu Sapta aamudra (See) 

dg ^Q— 6(5^. Q*— g^^Q (GQfi>)— 
Sapta sura Saptaswara (See) 

Saptasu(8o)f6(ri) ^ifiii — A musical instru- 

3f|«f3=^ ^c^^^T ment with seven taocs* 

^ I ^9^^ (6«?«) — 2. SaptaswarS (See) 

Saptasu q©9Qg; gggsg^^^)! ( sO h €05? 
9,1 Q[©f q« ©^ WSjaa^^— A mother of 

seven sone, 

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Saptaswara gi, g|, ai, h\y g)— The seven notes 
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Sapta swara (<jg6Q gl® GQIt gQ eiW)— 

1. A stringed instrument striking 7 
tunes. ^ i eQ QQCr QI^Q 9l<(^i ^^^ 

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qalsQ gg^Q <^g^ g^gi^G* q^qki Q— 

2. A musical instrument consisting of 
a set of seven cups containing diffe- 
rent quantities of water and struck 
with a stick successively to produce 
the seven tunes of the gamut. 9. Q^. 
^1 — qg^si ©Sq- Striking 7 tunes. [e( — 

<Q ^G^ QSj aGO q^i fiiggg— qtiwia 
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Sapta swarga <\q a^^Q^ — The seven hea- 

vens'or upper worlds according to 

5I<^^^;H9f' ^ie^^4T Hindu mythology. 

CI5I— GQ* ©,— t I (Q». qgl9)— 95*9— 1- ^ week. 
Sapta y \ Qgi^gi;^ aG9tQ9 G0IQ31Q n^H^ 
^■^^i GOe Q^'^ ^31^099 ^> %^^\Q Qio eqS?! 
H?n^ qaagiqifl— The reading out of the 
\o|5t^ »r^ ^^ Oriya Bh5gab*ta in "the course 
flin^ ^RTl ol 7 days & nights conti- 
nuously, [(5L— GCiS© fll*9© «Q «^> 
QlflGQ 51 Wl^ a«i» «^® '59GQ ©^^^IQ^t- 
9ITOI «Q ae9iQ^ 9 ^* ^^^'^^^ S'^ ^^^ 

aQ Q^<^\< I <i g!€i 0Qa!9aaw^«wii<i* 9io» 
ai«Q€) go©© G^i^aia^ I aai^r G;)i4i6©i^ 
a* GtGSi a^ eaio G^lSii^ 1] • 1 («' «9^)— 

g©t »©ai— (<J^i oa agj5' crQi'5» )— s-As. 

trology) The state ot the plaffet Saturn 
being in its 7th, 8tfa and ^b places 
ffo;n a man's natal sign. t. Q« — (^9» 


yomm 


agi*^ 


( rt*o ) 


'9(«, Ql-so 


-f- o) — ti g^q a<%q d oo3Q QQ^— l.Thc 

7tb, 8th and 9fch. [aa| -^req^ll 

51 cgi9Q*i|g1— 2. Exfceodiag over a week. 

Saptamsu Q*^'^^)— aci^; Q^®*^ — !• Fire. 

sIq. «lfl, ^%, ^9 6 9I^», <ie a!0 €Qlt 
2. The planet Saturn. q« ^^— (^e©!**^ 

A person having malignant eyee. 

^g^igqjjo— q** o.— (Q5i»^+q.crQ=-€S^) miffs'?— 
Saptarhsu pungaba The planet Satarn, 

Saptadga €\\^%\^ Q91Q fllO wit aCT— 1. The 
seYen eomponents of a kingdom, 

[Qai— gifll^ 351©*!, ^'^Q^, s*!9, qgf. ^«f *S 

q[^Q^2. A sort of spiritual exercise* 

GQ4lQC€l9 3l€> GQlf ^3<^ (Qt9l C«'<>IGQ 

QGi«i G^ipai <3; jaai— ©?i> ©iq, »g«^ qe, 

CQICIi 0Q« 6 Q^.r«) — S^The seven items 
or information which are calculated 
according to astrology in respect of 
every day. v | tQ^<ii^§.qa©acr Q^^) — 
q©*i— 4. A kingdom. 

Sapta bar<iha Gfl9,l9! QOiao— The formal or 
(agi Q© 91— «o«iQ8) ceremonial completion 
^?R^ I^C^ ^'Rt^ of ithe 'continuoias read" 
*tTn^^ ^^T^*T ^clf? ing ot the Bhagabata for 

a week* 

^gl ©©l(e9)G0i— GQ. 5—5^19 Q'nal g«i9® oio%a 
SaptS bai^a(rjhe)iba Qa9qiQQi95> «qq| — 
^^t^ 1^C^.5i3|tf% ^ To bring about tb© 
H\H^^ ^'sani^ ^r^m ^^^TT compIctioD of the 
reading of the BhSgabata for a week. 


a9iogi(eg)QS*i— GQ, ^— goiSii a^Q <i* 3519910 

Sapta basa(se)iba «Q9QO ^QOQ sioqa 

«nn^H H'<n5%3'RT To begin the reading of 
the Bhagabata constantly through- 
out of a week. 

q^i QQQI— GQ- — a9i9s>ia aQ9S)® ^si?>o aioqa 

Sapta basiba a§?^loQ asiq — The beginning of 
^t^H^ 71^ ^ the reading of the Bhagabata 
vnn^H ^^T?%3!|T Continuously for a week. 

Q§i Qa9©~GQ. ;© (^' Q519 <^ QW©)— <39 99(9910 

Sapta bhagabata ^ciQ© q.gsi' aQ99© G9IQ991 

' ^l^ ^^R^ ^g ^gc— The festival of reading 

H^^f inn^ff the Bhagabata constantly for a 

week. 

qgi fl^Ql (qs^^gsj)— G9. ^.— 9IQ91QI aQG« 9lfl 
Sapta maina(majurj,muia) ^^^^j flQj|fll»(?^ 

Q'tT???^ O^ aiQ* 319^ qfi>€j — Weekly wages 
paid to day — labourers in a factory 

once in a week, 
d^oi— a. ^ ( S9»+a©"s= QQ^ 0191Q; ^^q1§ )_ 

SaptSrohchib t i g^gt^^ ao*— 1. The fire, j* | 
g^l**^ (GQfl)— 2. Saptamsu (See) -o | 
Q9Q 99 (o^GQIQ)— 3. The plumbago 
Zeylanica (tree), 3^ Q^a— «^q OS 9*3%— 
Having malignant look. 

Saptaroaaba Sapta samudra (See ) 

ggi^i— ff. 9 ( ggQ+a«i-=G<3l9l «19l«j 99«^t )— 
Saptaswa 1 1 g^di— 1. The sun. ^1 {<fq) gis^j 
Gai9I — 2. Seven horses, «> | Cfiq^l^ S^Cq, 

*?Vv> ^^®' ^'^^ ^^?-> 9Q«— <]§ S>? 
€9^99 SQ; ( a^Q9l9 )— 3. Seven vedio 
Metres. «• 9^ ( ^^sjlft) — g|0 Qg\f 
SA q9^ — Having seven horses, 

€l€H€i, 0199—3- © ( g5;Q+aA+9i9ff; gg a^i «i^ 

Saptaswa babana q\(^q, QI9I<?Q) 9*5^ 9)— g di 
(€iiq gqG^I§ q^d99GQ S^l <?lfl)— The 
sun. [Q — qg^SQ QjAs? <9GrQ QQQ 31© 

G€itf a«i ^91 ?^Q G9iQas 6 ^m^ 

G^'taS^CfliGO g^d 9Q^% 9G^9«1 9^;} 9§GQ 
QIOGQtf Ggid9 9^" (Vybgior) eiic)aa§ 1] 


^glD 


( ri«t ) 


w^ 


"aptasra Haviag sevea angles^ fepfcangular. 

Saptaba qgOO ^llol ©|Q— A week; an aggre- 
gate of seven days, 

Sapti q^ QI»SC1 q^ ^^SQ «^ <9^ 91 qqef 

Saptita F leetness. 

Saptottara 91 e€»9€Q Ql^iCi; «^5l@ )— 91©- 

Q^6)i CQ^f qaQ esigSQ 9 ^'a*!! as- 
Having the digit 7 at the end. 

-sj€i(Qa*ii^)— Si* ^ (9». ^9j— "^^i^ QoiiQ < sog ) 

Sapna(Gto) Swapna etc ( See ) 

laei!— gi. ^ (a»iQqef«)— gea^^QQ ®I9 Qiq— 

Sapna A name for calling Swapneswara. 

«ia^i(S3)C30l— au e* (^". ga,^ 6fn eiq ai^)~ 
Sapn5(pn6)ibS ggoiQQj ( ^Qfil ) 

Sapanaiba ( See ) 

Saprakarafca — Of various sorts. 

^i|©-«l^ es^. V ( 39121 Q^9l§5 g+Q9i )— e i goj 

Sapraja ©fif^-l. Having subjects. ^\ g^OQici 
(9391—^1) —2. Having issues. 

€ig9§®— ?l^ $«• ( 9«q9+S©9^=9Hl) — QffcJiq^ 

Sapratibandha Attended with obstacles; 

(Oaq® — £iaS)9<^) obstructive. 

Qg©fij— qo. Qtf. g« (g = Q§©+Q©Q; a©g ggQ 

Sapratibha 9<§f\\Q ) — \ | aqiyiQ^ ^^^^Q— 

(912©^— ^1) 1. Possessing extra-ordinary 

(32®^ — ©a-Sl©) genius, 9 I g©^» ©; qqdi'^— 

2. Acute; witty; intelligent, m \ gs^aQ- 

qg;— 3, Ready-witted. 

..gg€i— q*, «>^, q.' ('q^ia 9^51^. Q+ag )— gg ^Sg 
Saprabha Lustrous. 

(ggq-^1) [^a^QK^)— €)] 

Saprabhaba ^Sq^Mighty. 


Sapramana 1, Attended with proof. 5 I 
(9ag©— «g5lis) Sflli?©— 2. Proved. 

Saprana gi^Qa^j 09© — Living, 

Sapru^ia ^e€l€l — A buahy ahrub; Heptaplenrum 

Eenulosum (Haines). 
g9j(69)Q— e^GQ. €>• SieQ (a^(fl)-(Q°. qciQ) — 
Saplk(ple)i agg©c^ m^t ^i^gl aiQ* aoi^Qi si^'^ 
(Jioj^-^is^, €j^», 9Q9I (ieoQ 9iii— 
A supply of victuals sent to a guest. 

gg^i^— e^GQ- 9 (sri)— <3©3g|Q §)€Q€ilq ^iQ^ETO 
Saph-talu (§ Sjs; ^Ho^C© * G0i«5— Peach ( tree 
^^F^^t^ ^*?KlTg and fruit). 

gg— GQ. 9—90 (SQS)— Sapa. (See) q\ 9 (Qiq)— 
Sapba 9?q6ai^l4i 9S^ a^Q'l (0^691^) — 

Name of a eage. 

Sapha masiaa Sapa masina. (See) 

Saphar ^qsi —1. Travelling abroadj tour> 
^^^ journey, ^ I ^S'PQQ^ia — 2. Sojourn- • I ©a 
^r^K ai^l (P^e©:9)— 3. Voyage, 

Saphara QiO, aai© ai^'-^l^ CIS OSQ) — (flO'QQ 
(4J9"Q— aOM^^g) aQ1%9) SJSrSi (GQS) —Saphara. 

(See) (€}Q©J© a^Q i1©I) 

Saphara kariba To travel abroad^ to make a 
1^^ ^^ 517;^ ^WT journey. 

Saphara da^I q^\q\ g^p^i^j ^^— The hind flag- 
5n^ ^ mast of a ship. [ €^—©191 9ISQ <*>tQ 
^•T;^^ ©I^ISQ 9igfSl (^Ql, «!€$ g^TQ^-Sl Q^ I 

gffQa)(qi)— €Q- 9«— ^ I s^^©l^— 

Sapharia(ya) 1. Travelling; itinerant. 

Qffq— q'.p-oerg (cq«) ("S^q©^© aqQ j1©i)— 

Sapharl Sapharl. (See) G^SQ. 9fl — 95Wl9igij 


a€Fa 


( r^*^ ) 


effiQ s^«>f- 


^^ QiS^^iaS — Fit for oamp use- ( aoi — ^^^ 

Saphala Q^fllO )— ^ I ETft^lo^— 1. Bearing 
(QETOI — %1) frait; fructified, j | ?f» QQ ^ — 
[ ^a.3i©_©gQ, ^%Q ] 2. Fruitful, an | gg^ 

( qer«€>t[^], ^lerfiiH— ^ ) qssq ?rQ yQefl< — 

3. Fruit-bearing (tree), v | <g^©QQ — 
4j, Attended with profit; profitable* * ' 
aoe^Q! QlsSe^l 0¥Q|— 6- Realised, 9 ' 
seal's- qSQ— 6. Efficacious^ efiectuah 
9 ] Q^'gQ asi^qQ Gf» ^eo— 7. Attended 
with the desired or hoped for result. 

Saphala klesa(kaahta) C0€l QIQ^I g»ig aq3^« 
g^aQQ '5<l— Pains attended with the 
hoped for result; fruit-bearing pain, 

Saphaja parisrama Fruitful labour. 

QCPO gCI9— 9% Q («5jfcil)— ffOq§ QQffl— Fruitful 
Saphala pr«]atna endeavour. Q^.qf (s^^Ql^^)— 

qerfiia^^j «i3'€aiQ'''?l J nS-^ Rewarded 

with success for his endeavours. 

Saphala swapna Qg* Ql geiQ ^<— Realised 

dream« 

Having one's dream xealisedk 

Q3I— GQ 69. $.—(«. fliff)— ^ I ^iqi— 1. Clear; 

Saphli distinct, ^ I qsia^ ©^as— 2, Frank; 

It^ ^TPf* guileless. *> | gCtiflH— 3. Pub- 

licj apparent. » | «eQ*l«; G'S^iSSl^'t — 

5. Faultless. 9 I Q^QQ QIQ «1$ — 

6. Unstained. S^GQ. ©— a€?\^ ^Q\ 6 
GaiQlg — Neat and clean f dress. [6$— 

gffQ €169 l] ^ I (a- gsri) ^^l— L 
Page. JT(©^9iq*§€l^|) «I©IQ GGQ q^lGQ 


The page of an account book in which 
the total ol the entrlea of previous 

pages is entered, ^. q^ — ^ | qsg^ 

oea — 1. Clearly; difitincfcly, [q — <] 

S fll^ ncq^i] J I fl©ia«t ^ea— 2. Pub- 
licly; apparently; palpably. 
ggiQ— e^G*?, <?« (a. qig^)— ^ I aeit^O— 1. Cleans- 
Saphai ed. > i g«*^1«JS; — 2. Cleared; made 
clear. ©' (a. QeriCj) ^ I 8€ig^^0£«- 
1. Act of cleansing; clearance, >l giflQ 
Ql OQCiQ Sfi^OlQ QSJ^^ia— 2. Conserva- 
ncy or clearance of the dirts of a town 
JJt^i^ or village. -^ I (0©Qa) a^q@ 919 «a^|ij 
^(StI «iGC19 G^i^ aQlCiQQ' »©^GS1 S«i^ Q^TlQ?! 
05J-— 3. Defence of an accused person^ 
■tf t («©Qa) ^fflQ QI8l (6<aia)— 4. Saphai 
sakshi (See\ » I 9£rlQ <?1» (SQei)— 5. 
Saphai nSla (See). ^ | eG^'lQOI " 6. In- 
nocence. «) I goi8«; QtfVltQl— 7. Relia- 
bilityi trustworthiness. r I SWOQI^ 
e^g^Ol — 8. Frankness. 

Saphai gardi q9QQ 91 SiqQ qQffil glOl^^d 
TW^ ^I^ '^<1— Conservancy carts> carts 
^^1*11% used for carrying away the sweep- 
ings of a town or village. 

QcriQqeiQQKGQQi)— g<5gq, ^"^.~( c©Qa >— a^- 

Saphai ga jariba(deba) qg ^'i^ ©©Q ©6©Wl 

TTW^ C^'^^ Qflieia a9IR«6Q €G€rQ gfli^ €j9ai^® 

Q^nt^ ^^^1 — '^o adduce evidence in one's 

defence in a court. 

geiQ qSQQi—Go'GQ. €. (*©Qtt)— a€?gg q*<9 

Saphai gujuriba gsagi qeiQ Qie1^€3 s<q»ii^eGQ 
»rW^ OT^^t ^IS*" GQ9I— *'f'<^ giv^ evidence in a 
^l^ ^ court as a defence witness. 

eeriQ GQ«l(GSi)q«?l— GQ- ^—©©6) ®6<:fi6»l €>» q«SQ 
SaphSi dekha{kbe)iba f|)G© a«!« «€i^l ^J ®@ 
[g?TiQ eQai(^)Q9(G9)<?l— «i<^a%Q] 6991— To 
^W^ OT^=rt boast of one's own innocence^ 

Q€flQ GQ9I— GQ. ^.— ^ I ^eri^ ^»IQ9I (G'QS) 

Saphai debS 1. Saphai gujaribs (see) 

^|(^^ Saphai gujuriba (see) 


^iQ<94a 


( rerm ) 


gSa^f' 


SaphSinala g. oi« ) — ©aejQIo Q| Qi^tg^HQl 

iWl^imt gig eol^a asQQ c« g^ eiw a^^ 

'TWtc^t^r Q^QI-O— The natural draiQ of a 
^^t sif?^ country. 

«lfflQ e»9i— 6Q. ^. («©Qa)— EJQjqs Q19 aa^ qeriQ 
Saphal nebs q|«l g-j^ sjq^I— To take defen- 
Tl^f C^^^ o© evidence from an accused. 

Saphai mauibS S^SQ^^IQ©! gqi^ OQ^l 9!q' qiaV 

Q7*T? 3R1WT ©«59|— To cite defence witness in 
cue's o\pn defence (said of au accused 

person . 

^ffiq ^iQ-eQ. ^. (®©Qa)— aqqi^ ^^^^^ aaea «^ 

Saphai saksha |[|QQ Gfl?S© gai^— .Oral evi- 
Tl^t' li^T dence adduced for the defence. 

Saphai sSkshi(khi) ^SQ^'i®®! ^^\^\S~ ^QK^seQ 
^iW^r^ €59300 qi9l — Defence witness; witness 
?PTm[ ngrc cited in one's defence in a criminal 
(qetr ^91 — 2i»H^a) court. 

Saphai sah5(hi,he)ba Goaoqi©^— The Chair- 
man of a Municipality. 3 1 q^\ qi^q $ 

Conservanoy Inspector of a Manicipality 

Qsri ©ai -€<?, «i.— ( a-3iff+3.gs( )— ^ 1 ^^^ ©ai— 

Sapha katha 1. Clear or distinct speech, 

^^"^"^ 9 \ qeio Qi ©tas Qai 

^^ ^T?r 2. Frank words. 

Sapha kariba 1» To eleanse a plaoe* 

^^^^^ J I ©Sfe 91 AM Oil gQQI — 

^re ^?5rr 2, To clear a place of its impurities 

or dirt. 

Qffi 99QI— G^. ^— V I gig qea wai v@9i — 

Sapha kahibs l.To speak clearly or distinet- 

Tl^^^»ri ly, 5 I MQ^ q^ecj- Qaj ^q^^i — 
«TC *5WT 2*Io itpoik fraaklj^w 


Sapha jababa reply. y \ ©gqGQ^ Q^Q-^ 

^t^.^Tt^ 2. Definite response. « i ©^g^ gj^Q 
^T*K 3WTO — 3, Frank reply. 

<^m tm—^. 9— GWI^ ^<$"— Evacuation of tfee 
Sapha jhSr^a bowels; free motion of the 
nl^^^tfe, 'n^^?t« 0TO q^rmr bowels* 

Sapba di(de)ha Cleansed body, 

g€n€li«§l-6Q. €)— ^ I ©d'a ©a— 1. Purified or 
Sapha pani clear water> water cleared of 
^n^^^Bf its impurities. ^ I 90 ©a^. 
^TO TT«ft 2. Transparent water. 

Sapba 1uo;a 1. Cleansed cloth; 

? I qa 91 eQ 9i|0 (^QI-*2. Unstained 

etetb.' 

ga*i gQio— GQ. 9— srs^ qqio; eaeasQcc* a»iQ 

Sapba saksla 9919 S@» aiQaiO — Clear day- 
jft^^ jf?pt9i c^j ^TO g^ break. 

SapUa sapha 1. Very clearly. 

9 I ©^a^ ^9eQ — 2. Franisly. 
(affi-aff— 391^9) Jit^^Jit^^ m<^ ?ITO 

36P1 gi^(«i)©^— 596-9, 9 (9©Qa) (?ri, ^i^^ 6 ^i^^e?— 

Sapba sabi(bi)ta ga|ffl)— ^^^ gqf«; ^iq^W 

[9CTI gl^©(o^) — aO'«^a] gfli^ — Clear and un- 

5i1^^5T|^fe deniable proof. ©^ — 11^QSt3 

^ncR i^fkfX gfll^9 — Clearly proved; proved be- 
yond doubt. 

geri g^©(^)q— e9S9- ^^ (^i- ^la cS €J9^ qq,^)~ 

Saph& suta(tu)ra el %a€5^© —1. Well«leaaed^ 
^^a-iq^i— aO*i%a) well swept (house) >l^«id"«"— 
T(^J^^»Tl^5^ ^JTKg^in 2. Purified. 

«> I a^^^O ($ a^gH — 3. Neat and clean. 

Qg-^.9— <9g9l9 9ft$0(QCr6<?€lQ €5QQg9 gi^^ 
Saphi CG«4)— Mjrica Integrifolia. (tree) 

q§ai(qi)9i — 69€9^. 9- eri (9©Qa)— .^^»1 (S9«] 
Stiphi&(ya)n& SSphiana; (See) 


>o«V 


qt9l 


( rvw ) 


«I9P6 &n^ 


SaphinS PapinS. (See) 

gg€^_gieQ. (aa«^qQ) ©« — a^— Delicate; tender; 

'Saphur fine, (iaai— g o». ai©, qfijo, €al©) 
«l€ffC5(QO*»iQ>-e§SQ.9 (a.g€tlQ)"asfiQ Q©iiQ (eo«) 
Saphei (etc) >!W^ ^"inl Saph«i etc (See) 

giSQ- <€xa<^Q fll8^ I) ©^— 9gl; SQ^ ©— 

Olear^ clean, 

9SffQ^(Q) — eQS<>, «« { cri- ^eo'Q^, geeo^) — 

Saphed(da) e. | aoi- €^Qj .^O — I.White. > I 
1C^ qg; Q9^0~2, Bright, c — t l ^©9^— 
?r^ 1. White colour* 5 i ^9*^* ©Ol^ 

2. White powder. *» I Qcp WQOI ©flC^ 

3, A white powder used in painting. 

whitie lead* 

€iS€r(€ff)Q^c©i— e*eQ. ©. ( ow )— aeai^gioQ 

Saphc(phM)d-ko a^eaiftl $efl«— Name of a 
( ^39^G<?I — ao^oa ) range of mountains in 
^C^WWl Afganistan. [ <^— -0 a«?0 a9*0|©aiOQ 

qq'qq q^GQssQ a^a-f eqs^a ^jq^cj 

acTQ, «»39fl^, a9S9ieiiq a^ cqe^aea 

<3 «9a% 9ia «Q ^?t « ^©^T Q^flio ^99 

©a<?i 9«c[SQ < aeraioflieo qqqq c>ia| 

SQQ «iqaQ§— ©Q€©ig 

gSGfQi— €<?"€<?, ©^ (cru aesTQi) — t I ^Q,} yoi— 

Saphedl 1. White. -^ I q^^ €^S(,g— 2. Bright. 

«^ (*l^©%€i|^""l- A sort of white paint; 
white lead* ^1 fi)6fl^Q;£)Sfi» d9J €0^9 « 


2. A white species of msion of Lncknow, 
^ I fi^eslQ S9® ' afiSI «^— 3. A white 
species of mango ["of Lucknow, v | 
SiQGQ 6 ®®aG9 0^9$0 <?gral^ 99 — 
4. Oxide of Zinc. « i q^Q^ QlfSQ 

oq9^l €L©^ 051—5. Powdered rice. 

6. A kind of sweet fruit and its tree^ 
AcbrasSapota ? [q— <j ciqaio eig qg© 
(^ o^Q Q§"§ ©gi ©ag) 'jC; «g 010 Sl©^- 

gGffO-e^'GQ. © — (6rt. gGernO i i qgj^iQ^— j, 

Saphedi Whitening. > ! qqq 9'2 g^^j 
3TC^ «*^fii^ OQ OOQ^ 91 0Q€!© €Q!«I Qllf^Q 

aOI 0Q9lj yQOlQQI— 2. Whitewashing. 
gGffO QQQJ— eQ. ^. — »€ifl|Q9i; ^9 Qg}?!— To 
Saphedi kariba whiten; to whitewash. 

QGffo — ^.(p^.^ — (Q^ieT 9g^Q;^ = g^a+etro) --eer© 

Sapheoa qg— Frothy-, foamy, 

^<5»J;q)— SO'cqi. 9^.— [q* i QfQ^ 519 J oan aQ 

Sab(ba) ge^ Qi^^O Q*^SI €^30Q (<!^Q agf 

5R Q^ aate, ©flj — The prefix 'Sub' denoting 

under-, subordinate* [ Q — Q^Qfirt "^€1! 

©^9f©99 (Sub) q.<§a^9ra woqi^iqgq 

9^> 9($©a9IQ€Q <$Qa ^3j€Q 9'f9$S) $<]| 

9Q^ £93 39*^0 l« — (€r! q9j q-, Q9*) 9^ 
—All (92JI— 99^©IO©l 1) 

€iQa|«ll)d(9)ia^(g)=G?G^. ©. (Q°. g9^a3e)— 1 1 

Sab-a(a)p hi(pi)s(si) € ©1^9 OI^i ©j^q 91 

'R^^iftpCT ^j^^nfiOT 960SQ aalQ 91 aago 

9ldilfiq — 1. Sub-ofEice; au office sub- 
ordinate to a central office, j \ qsrCls^CQ 
giqG9 g©f © €9» QI9QQ— 2. Sub Post- 

o£Sc&, 

€i©^C!» ©a(q)Q^— e9'eQ. (cr) ©.—99 ps'waQis^ «fci 

Sab injinia(ya)f 90 Q^otq^— «ab-Engineer 


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Sabiii(iii)s-pektar Qo^6€)^Q9 a^^O 0090 
fiOC^^eaq^Q^ >^ *<fqg — Sub-Inspector, [q^ — 
g©^©gj[g)§S€i %^« <9chool), ggq^ (Police), 
3<?G3(q)G9SQ l©q« (Salt), aQOig (Excise), 

^,^=(1?^^ fet^ OQ® «>^Q aagff 91*0* ®^'® 

eao^^Q 39 -00^910© i] 
^€vd€aQ5^Bi(q)Q — G^eQ. (q^)©.— doq^aQ* aago 

Sub obhar-8ia(^ya)r o^qq— Sub-overseer, [^j- 

(P. W. D, 91 0^*" ^gacQ <g osf^qi 

C[Q OfS'(Ga)*l— CQ SQ. (Q*)0— eoIdl9 Q^fCj 01 gftSQ 
Sab karaiCme)ti aalQ G9* QGQ? — Sub-corc- 
^^^f5|1^ ^^^jfc* m ittee. [ O — S^l^^ 

g^^Q- 91 Q €€!€$ Gia^ ©cag ©csia ©la^^ 

©qi^ §a^^ cg^ eg§ «is^HSi q^ga qi 

go I iaai — essq^^^ 90^ ©i aio^ q^Q 
gQ Q^t ( Text Book Subcommittee 

(Edaoation Subcommittee), 3iQ9!» 9 
91 aef 861 ^'Qt ( Finance Subcomnait- 
tee)^ G-^^Q^a^^l ^Ig^ g9^ ©Sf (Health 
Subcotntnittee; (9^ p djg> a qi 0®^ 
§^€t Q©^«Qf (Public wcrks Sub com- 
mittee I] 
^Q^QSQC^Q^— ^^G-Hi* (q^) Q. — 9ei4^«G!Q' Halo 6a& 
Sab kaiektar 91^^ — Sub-collector- [q — <I 

«9^ eO.^jO ~ ^^^'^' (^') S^ — (CI«W)9© €91^^51 91 
Sab kot(rt) <?60QS adl» €8t ^lOTCJ^ 9GOQ — 
(99^ eQIQ^— aoi^s) Sub-court, [oai— »©^ij 


Sab'jaj Sub-ittdge, 

g^l— GO'GQ. 9^.— (ffl)^^991 (SQ«) — 
Sabja Sabajs (see) 

gQ9l_e§eQ, o. — (eri)— ^9« (GQ>a) 

gab-ji Sabaji ^see) 

Sab-jSnta (Oicr'») 63$* 9i$ g^» G9lfi^ 9^ 96Q 
(q9©l^— aO*1^a) (Iroaioal) A person who 
5R^^H®t boasts that be is all-knowing; a 
^f^ ^TR^ ^mx quidnunc. 

gOSS^q— G9GQ (Q*) ^— ©SIQ 5(P®€jOCG€i gQ| 
Sab-iel G»«^ «iO I— Sub-jail. 

[^9 © (G©) Q;5,— ^fl8ifl1^9 ] 5R,C^»l 99 i^ 

?IQ©(G9, Q, GO, GQi )ij[Gai)f-65GQ. (Q*)^— 
Sab di(de, di, de, do)pu(po)ti e@gf fi? aygQ 
(i^^^ a (g)f aQ^qa) ^isq— Subdeputy. [5— 
^cs^t^ffe ^fliGQ 'JQ g^cIq aai— 99 G©g? 

^^fl^ ©GfiJQSQ (S 99^ G©g,« qiSSf^ 1] 

g® 9fe»)qiGai)t OGfi*5i»Q^-«9G9. ( q» ) 9—^91 
Sab di(de)pu(po)ti kaiektar 991$ 6^^^ OGlld^^QE^ 
mVS^ ^?:»lt3^ ati^fl Ql^g — Sub Depaty- 
^l^fe^ <t>tri4d< collector. 

[96*^Q(©, 6Ql)a(q., G91)f (tl)©(9)ft(Gft)s(^)Q— 

a^^'i^g] 

go^ ® (6@)q(GQiiS fll(S9l)©(G9)§ff,) Q— 6?6Q. (q*>) 
Sab di(cle)pu{po)ti ma(me)ji(3e)shta(sbtra)r. 9, 

Subdeputy majistrate. 

[99^ 9(^, 65?i)a(g, G0i)? 5ii(eq)©(G»)G§^^— 

gQQ^(^)99— c?€Q, 9- ( «$° ) — ^ I ©3>Q ays«> 
Sab dibhi(bi)]an 9)^^91-— 1. (administrative) 
3T^ j^r^©^^ Subdivision of a District. ^ ! 91^© 
«^J^^5I5I 9^<^1 QOSJIQ «Q©0^ ail© QQ©I— 

2. Subdivision under a P. W. D* 
Division. [5— q^gi^ «ia9ld^ QSttlQ e«l 

(P. W. D.) QQ94Q QGO^Q ^ 9099^ ad[o 

92ti q9< 9Q^eM0 etM; ei^iQ q»»i9» 6 

Q®,Q^9»aa«ftQ €]|90|a'^ GS^' 9^QQQ 


filg^OPQ^Sl^Q^ 


( rMB^ ) 


QQ^6i«Q ^ 


Sabdibhi(bi]jaa a(5) pbi(pi)s ^oaiqteQ QQt 
^«ffeft?5l5| ^Iftaa Sub-Divisional Oface. 

Sab dibhi(bi)jaii a(S)phi(pi)5a(sa)r 

Subdivisional Officer. 

Sab dibhi(bi)jau ma(me)ji(je)8hta(slitre)r(t) 
[aV^6)U($) ^ (51) » (»l)i;^^ qi (€fl) ©(6*)gi(6§)si (S^) — 

^Q99 S^l^ C^S'^l^— Sub-divisional 

Magistrate, 

Sab dishtrikt q© ®€10Q — SabdiTision. 

Sab posbt a(a)pbi(pi)s ©leaQQ nu]<i^ 91© ^IQ — 
5R^ C^l ^P?1^ Sub Bost office. . 

^5r<ft^3ii^^ [o— ©81Q GQq^ €9^ a§gQ 
sag, -og^^QQsq*^!^^ eaiq^ «£rXfl*<=> ^^^ '] 

^ab post mashtar ^QQI^ 9I« ^i-j— Sab Post- 
^l^ C^l 'Tt^^ master^ the master of a sub post 
5R qt^ Xtr^^ office. 

Sab proteni <Q Q^\^ Sgiqli 9^931— 

:ji^^ C«2rt^3(^ ^qdi^ Subprotem. 

S^b propraitar q|(^ ©h^^ «agO ^^Qiq Q*i$ — 
3*1?, Ct2tt(2tt^ ^l^.ntsnfa?: A sabproprietor . 

Sftb-r5t ^ ^m SaburSt ( See ) 


goq© 9Q91— e*?*' ^— t I aeaa* ^sti— 1. To 

Sab-tat karibS wait. > J ^9'' - QQ9I«— '2< '^ ^ 
f^ ^^ bear. « I gqia 9©l — 3. To forbear^ 
m^ ^'^'TT tf I qS& Q?©ISQ QSQl— 4. To remain 

patient and calm. 

gQQ©— gI*GQ. ^^— ^ I g^^sda — 1- Forbearing. 
Sab rati 5 I C&T^ala— 3. Patient. 

rQ<5>^^©«» (qO-aOH^o] *» I q:gQPI»l8— 3. Calm 
»!^ ^^ ^<li.»l and quiet, 

Sat> reji(]e)a}ita(8ht», shtra, shtra)r Sa^Q 9I©51« 
^^cfsrelt Sttb-registraj:. 

gQ,~)GQ©(G©)ll(^)Q— 65>'€9. (Q«) ^—51? GSiS'Sfq^ 
Sab-rejiGe) sbi? a(shti Qff g Sj aalff 6€i©6gf9^ 

M?G^®(e9)G§asi, a(a)€r(9)g^J ^ Sub— 
>l^ C^f^ift ^^'rfjnKd registry; eub-registra- 

tion office. 

Sab lambar-dar ^gi^ Q'i^PIOC? ©0199 g©©y— 
A person appointed to represent the 
inferior proprietors of a village or 
estate. ( ^^IQ^^Q ^\^^\, ^ojr I ) 

SaVlij 33*^% fl*l GQQ! QI® — Sublease. 

Sable^karibS QQ© g| aoi adg» g^% a»i 
>1^ C5i& ^^ Will's asi GQVl —1. To sublet one's 
g^^V'SiT tenancy holding or lease. J I 

919% ^^1 ^^^^ — 2- ''^'^ sublet a house 
which one haa taken from the owner 

on hire or rent. 

g3^fiij;6q)ifj-eQ- Q^ ( ^- «^ <S fi^o iil%; 60 g<s qp| 
s"ab-lu(lo)t f^t ©G« ) — ^ I «»^— 1* Lecherous. 
^^ 5OT3 J I flQ©a ( ^*t9 )— 2. A merry and 

sportive person. 

QQ^q^aQ Q®— 6Q. ^— Q^^ Rga g>»i© -w 6Q€i1^ 

Sab sidiari sandbi ^91 QQI^ q<?SQ i 3^^* 
a^f^«ia^N e^i^a^l «^— Sab^idiary 




( rit)9 ) 


^9^^ 


treaty between the East India Cam* 
pany and soma of the Indiaa princfes, 

QQ eg©*?— e^6Q- (q^);^— e laoo mcq Gflog© 

Sab seksan 91 QETI «e« g^( 6$9^y— I. Snb- 
1^ C!^ section of a Law or Act or Rale. 

2. Subsection of a section of a department, 

'Sabskripsan Q<^ eaOQ-OI^ 3^1^6991 dQ — 
^^ f^f ,^^ «^ ^Rj^iersr Sabscriptiou. 

Saba g^io ( ewa ) — 1- Child; sod; offspring. 
9 \{ +Q^. « ) ©a (€*MdQ)— 2. Water. 
"5" I C@ ( SflQ ) — 3- Vedic sacriftce- ^ | 
( +^9. a ) 999—*- The bringing 
forth of a child. « ( qg q^lO— 5. Fer- 
mentation of liquor- 9 I ( +055^-3 ) 
^ci— 6, The moon. 9 I gdi— 7. The 
FUB. r I qifld — S. The honey of flowers. 
eo'GQ. ©61— M^ t eQ« ) —Sab ( See ) 

Sabainsa <?9 ^^«5 gaQQlfii — 

Attended with one's family. 

Sabamse "With all the members of the family 
7[^fC^ ^^ or race. 

Sabaja Sabuja ( See ) 

QQ9l_g9GQ. Qfl~95»l (GQSI ) 

Sabaja Sabuja { Sae ) 

Sab^jana All-knowing^ omniscient. 

ii.laji Sabuji(See) 

': Saba(ba)rdi(rdi)net Subordinate. 

Saba{ba)rdi(rdi)aet jaj eQ9l«l QOQ^itQ «ejQa©; 
3!^tf^C=^ ^^ qo©9>— jSubordinate judge. 


QQ® — S^ P ( ^, €isa )— g«— Oath, [q — S^'l^^l 
Sabata fi% ^'% QQeo aalQ-QG^S^ G3lt<! 
O G<3§) «H^— 0$5^tf< <?ClS» I 7 

Sabatsa 9g )— ©Ql ggo— Accompanied with 

(wai— S(l) ralf rr a young one^ 

39^1 9IGJ— 6Q. ( g*. 9S>ai+€iqi)— Ql^qg g§o ^s»l 

Sabatsa gabhi q|£j^A cow accompanied 

[ <aOai 6«? — 7^ ^^ ] with the calf,. 

S^abatsa dhenu daaa q IS^G' Ql§g q^O ^91^1 

Q(£i QJC? 9QPi— The gift of a milch cow 

with the calf to a Brahmana, 

gOO—a, (9^al^ — 999 9Q9IJ aSlQ? «Q9l+g9. 

Sabana ^q )— < I Q^Q — 1 Bcgetting3 giving^ 

birth to; producing child. 9 | [ +a^- 

©s^. a ) a@g i« [ aqQ ] —2. Ablntioa 

after a vedic sacrifice. «• i a6Q: 90- 

[ G?I9^ ] — 3. Vedic sacrifice, v | 69'5I 

SiQ [ €$Q© ] — 4, Drinking of the pice 

of the Soma creeper* 

5, The act of crushing the twigs and 
fermenting the juice pressed from the 
Soma creeper, Asclepias Acida. ^ | ©o 

—6. Moon. 9 I q^Q ^IdQGalgS© q©|— 

7. The mythological king oi the island 
of Pushkara. r i ( +a^. a ) a^ — 

8. Inatrument. n \ ( 0|q ) ^qc^Q >«j€» 
g.^ — 9. Name of a son of sage Bhrugu* 
^o\ (»! j) qj^^<9 g«i5Q <]© g^^io. Name 
ol a son of Swayambhuba Manu, 
tt. 1 g s^5© g©WQ O g.9— 11* Name 
of a son of King Priyabrata, t.> | ac^Q 
OlfllS^Q (QtflGQIs)— 12. A name of lire 
3, ©a (g9l€J Q'55l§)— ©o ©9^ - Having^ 

forest or wood. 

Sabanika Relating to veditf sacrifice. 

SabaySh ^-^^l^) — ^ I ^?1 ^qq(5K1Q)— 1» 
Of the same age. *— > I «i90€5 — 2, 
Companion; mate. • I (^1) «9©«a; 9«l9tl; 
5»*» 


aQ€((c;©'tiQ) 


( ri«r ) 


9^1 


Qfillj (»SldQ) — 3, A female companion of 

a lady. 

Sahara (etc) 1. Sabara etc (See), 5 I 9G«P«i,QQ 
QI9Q151-2, Name for calling Sarbegwara- 
ni^m&n Q9)) 9I9196Q Q«19$e) 3!Q Q&^3 
— 3. (Nautical) Name of one of the sails 
of a ship, [q — G®tQ QQQSi q©Q, Q^Q, 

OQQ eQ$ oq9 €diQ ^e^ ^qqi^Iq q^q 

€QQ Ga9 ^@IQ eg 9€) €)§ e«QS^ I 

Sabara Q^fl (^®l€l e€I«)— 1. Water^ 5 I i^' 

(?!?l€t €Sa)— 2.§iba. 

Sabarani Sabarum ( See ) 

Sabara Fully flooded (condition of a river), 

Sabarat Sabut^ta ( See ) 

Sabari Sabari ( See / 

Sabarunl A female of the sabara caste. 

Sabarnna ^ \ g^Q^j ^5> <S^ ©9^—1. Of the 
(qQ^I— ,1^1) same caste or colour, 3 i q<a^ — 
(aa©^— ©ag©) ?. similar. • I (^ilQQ^) <io 
aiO?J €50|€?© (Si€ «>l aaQfllO)— 3. (letters) 
Uttered from the same place, q — 1,| gq|Q 
9iQ — 1. San?e caste or tribe^ y \ gog 
Qa — 2. Same colour. <n | (^^hqq^) '^q 
g\Q (aai — «<^, ©19, e$l qa^ ^*j Q^^^iq) 
€j ROIQO «>4— ( gai o<^<i«|, ©ifi^Q^j 9^ ) 
3. (grammar) Letters uttered from the 
sarue place. 

Sabarnna bibaha ^^;<gi — Marriage in the 

(W^^— SI«ISi4 ^91-^) same castej marriage 

between persons of the same caste. 


QQ^i— ^, ©tf(. ^il— (qQ€ +a.^l) -«^ I fl«^Q ^'i^cr — 

^ Sabarnna 1. Feminine form of Sabarnna* 

9.;<1-^ I e^^ a§1, asjICQ^-l-IOne of 

the two wives of the Sun-god. (shade 

personified). 9 I gfllOS^igqi %1— 2. A 

woman of the same caste^ 

Sabarnnikaranl A kind of never-failint^ 
5rc^«( i^^i^ medicine. [ g^ — <jgo ^gy q€^ 

9^iq^ 1] 

QQ^M— a- QS— t I e«I^ q« «f^ (§^6919 ) — 
Sabarjya 1. Havinpr excellent quality— 
( q9dil— ^1 ) > ! GC^aO^ag ( ^^SQiQ ) — 

2, Having much riches. • | QgqiQ 

(9«i.e«i9)— 3. Escellenfcf' 

Sabala t I ^<;i^iQj Giqa^q^^ — 1, Powerful. 
(SICO!— ^1) 5 I eS'Otqg — ?. Attended with an 
(8QQ3I— $) army or force. « | Q«^a g^Q — 

3. Attended with cne's party orretinue. 
■tf i 9a gci^i^qS — 4- Forceful^ forcible, 
gi. 9^ — (^. «9« )— «>M9a 9^ ^§^— 
Variegated, [c^— CIQC> ffQ QQdQ-QCi I 

qpo grejo ©qq 91Q 1— €$s- ca^i^ai^y 1] 

Q9«— ^- ©- — <SaQ(So ( €9^0'^ ) — Afternoon, 
Sabali *?. ©« ( 9^|d^ ^^g^i^©; g+«?ft ) — Q« 

$Sq — Having Baji. 

q^efiD— GQ. ^. Q« — ^ I 9«i959j CeiQ^ g§9— 
Sabale 1. Forcibly; with force, ^ | g^Q*i 
'RC*! ^=tlJ 99*^2. With force crarmy. 

39<i-^. 961 — (q-»g9+Q^«=fi35ii)— e 1 ^^ggs— 

Sabastra 1. With cloth. y \ aq^Qqiq.— 

(W^l— Al) 2. Wearing clothes. 

3991— ff. ^— (CQQi©) — f 9©l3 ©^f» ( «?,QS )-. 
Sabaha A medicinal rootj Ipomea Turpe- 

thum. 

Sabahumana q^|o Q^QIC^i— With great 

respect or honour. 

«9(— 69. a*'oifl,-(a.Qq»)— \i «9i a«i 9Q e^GQ' ogq) 

Saba g^— 1. AH. ( aai— q(?|8a, QQI^iq )— 
^,^, «v, «^ > i qqgsj qyecH-2. Amongst 


'W\ SIQ 


( rtm^ ) 


99} €2JiQ 


all. (gzii-qpi qig, qQi q&) i gp. 9^. 

1^51 ^^T (S** ^alQ) 9^3 (€^3i)— Saaa (-See), 

0Qiaia— €Q. ©^.— ("S*, qsjls)— e ] g^lg^. First 

Saba aga of all. 9 I 95*|£3|o— 2. Standing 

l^t^ 'Sft^^j ^^^nit in the front line. 9^ S>«1 — 

gsgOf aeiSQ Ql 9§GQ— First of all. 

(^Q"?!©— 9«3| 92) Q.-e iq^'iggi:?'-'!. Front or 

first position- [q — 69^1? ^»I «IGSI OQ I 

^%{ q^ Q9 GQi ^oi-^s I — ^5€>, Gafl9aiq©l 

y ! gq^^? aS) — 2. Front rank of all 

persons, 

SabSi '^<?'3|fl) — -dQQQlQ -aia; SOt^l 019 — 

'l^t^,^^, ^ ^ ^^> Sabai grass; Ischaemum 

¥lT¥r^, ^^ Augustifolium; Polliadium Augusti- 

folium, [O — <39l <3« QQIQ 'aiS a^^i 

QaU-g€3©, 6gj€II €19»l© d Q^Qd?q ^Q5€Q 

QQ^ 9Q^; 0^9 <]p Qig^ Qiae aiQ* 9^ 
(pulp) aaQ G9€$a9 1] 

^9IQ QQ®l(©l — S<5>. Q — Q^isl 05^9' — A rope 
Sabai daurda(rdi) made of sabai grass, 

Sabakale !• For all time. 

GfllS© Q\^^^ qQIOICfl— ^9©j, Gggagiq©!] 

> I q'T'QI — 2. Always. 

e9l^l§ — €Q. 9^ — («•. 3^1$!^ 91 9lfll9J'5>)— ^ I ^q\ 

Sabakranta qlqiSQ ei^g^© g^g ^^ q^Q — !• 

>i^3Fl^ ^^T Consisting of all the landa 

within a boundary. J I Q^o CIGQ ©Q*''^ 

q19|Q3^ — 2« Being bounded on all sides 

hy certain limits. 

Sabakranta chakat^ 69?^^ ©Q^ ^Ifll ^aS 

'ITt^t^ BtWl aqQiq fii^— All the lands com- 

^^^T t|^5IT prised within given boundaries 

on all sides. [ Q — 69€llQ QQl^l^Q 

Qio^QGQ €ii9Q giq qi« oaiQ-^^^ ^i^^ntoc*; 

QOQ^iq '991919 €>e®l' ^«Q 91 i«l^GQ 

<91Q 9%^Gfi% 1] 


Saba khainga — A class oi big salt-water-fisb 

(found in the Chilkl lake). 

aQl«l«-SQ- 9. ^1— ( ^- g^+ StlP^I )— **. I 95>1- 

Sabakbal ^ac) g.ls^Q'^^ q^l^a G©«l91«li^l %1 — 

Q5il^q,1 — CI0*)09 L A woman of the Sabakhia 

(Q?iaa— qo) gypsy caste. ^ \ (^lqii>C^ 

i^=^^(^) ^nQ9\ aio QGa«) GQe^' ^1 aa-^ aqua 

^Isff^ «i<3j oefiQ^ saiQ*» aiO; gq 9€^ (i q^** 

(qiQ^eiMj aeqdi e^S'a-- 2. A term of 

abuse used to women ( Literally^ all— ' 

devouring ) Eating everything, oven 

prohibited articles.) 

g*l9€fl(qi)— SQ. pa- ^—{"i 3*? fllQ©)— (a^ia^> 

Sabakhia(ja) qq q^ a^ief <S[\<; ai^lQ eiiQ9i 

(3^i«l£i— 41) ^IQi^GQ GflailGflai ^SJQ © SKI— 

JR^^fC^ Eating everything; omnivorous. 

3^%«7^ eating prohibited food. ^. — SQiSI- 

9IOC? GSal 9G«19 — A Glass of kelasor 

wandering tribe of gypsies, [q ^ <iqi6» 

fl$ 991^61 astj aai 91a, goo, %qlQ, ^-i^a 

SIQ 9^0- qi»9 «tia^ 1 4^IGO S)iai9^ Q\Qi 

-cfliG© a^ ^^ <§ 9iG« giGfi ^^ aa^i G5^% 

oqi 6 Q'l^i^^S) n^€^ egg 1 ^r^GS) gqgq 
<fli«»<^Q=ai 6Q<?i<s 9!w -jasj 1] 

Sabaeila Omnivorous, 

Sabadhale Ooce for all; all at once. 

Sabadha 1. Having impsdements. ^ | 9l9!)^q)- 
(a9Id— ^Sg©) 2. Diseased. *• | @€«yqg - 

($«l,€©!9) — 3, Having prohibiton. 

eiQIGdIQ — GQ. ©.— («9^ + Ca]©) ^ laQ«i^9^G9® 

Saba dhoi aqi gqG» ea(C^99i— Complete 

^^5t^1 f^5^^ sfTf r destruction of crops owing 

to excessive rain. [ Q— 9@GQ^ 6<q>9£^ 

nt^ ($ mm s^eQ Q^IGdlQ^ 9©|q 6 (c^^a 

GQI<^ 9^5 »9€l trq^Gi Q^^— 2. Complete 


9^1 a& 


( rtvo ) 


W!€^' 


destruction of tbc crops of a place due to 

river flood. 

^©! 9©-€0. ^.Qgl— vi gflg* c^^'s^qaeQ— l.On tbe 

Saba pacbba back side of all. 5 t a9C€€6Q3 

TOi sfiSQ "^ «"^. otfirjaago- ea^cQ— 2.Afc last. 
391 ae^ \ ao")^a J [ «^ — goi sea €iios« 

^T^% f^ 90] «» I ftfl§Qr QGQ— 3. After all. 

Saba barga OI^ g^^^^^q— l.Largestjbiggest, 
mn ^^ .9 I qqgO'Oiej a^jQQq^ — 2. Eldest; 
ggf%irST oldest. 

goi ©iQ— 6Q. ©.'—{?. 9V (S «ia=6«€i)— gala 

S^La b»la O €?QI^ flgQGQ 6 qsiS'Si Q9?I9I 

^^ atlcT The hair of the whole head left as a 
reeult of not shaving the head; the 
vehole bead oi hair. 

e9! 9ifi^ a^Ql-S9. '^,— eelQ wG^iQ 5159Q q^i^ 

Saba bftia chhardibS 6©§j^ 90IQ9I — To let 

gQt9|0 Q^91 ) ° whole head grow 

^<5 ^ ^'?tl as a result of not shaving any 
sB^nriSf^^^ part thereof, 

€191 9§a)— 6Q. pel cr — Gia€^" qga gsIq »C9Iq 
Saba bSlua q^^Q G©a 6 9fl QQQ «©!Qai-0— 
3?^yt^ffi1 A person who has let the hair cf 
^RVr^l ^^ ^TcTT the head and face grow 

long without shaving. 

QQ fl§— GQ- 9.— (^. QQ aw) — I q5!§Q q^ q«— 
Sabha majhi l,The middle of all, 9\ gq^Q- QQQ- 
^^t5 ^"Hf 2. The centre of all, GQ.Q^.—Q^iqffrf 
g^^ ^t^ (6Q«) Saba majhiaB See) 

QQI fl^«r— G<?. ©a. (^* g<{» qa/g)^«. \ gg<5Q-Q c^C? g- 
Saba majhiaS 1. Central. > | qqgi^Q fla gaSQ . 
Jl^^STfc^ a9|*©—2. MiddMmost. ^n i (^) gr. 
i^r^^T*^^ QQ asji? q?G« ©10— 3- Middle- 
(e91 tf^^'asi)— ^1) moet in point of age or 

seniority or birth. 
€I9C«%@— GQ.^- —9^ aq9^ G©T«9 «taa gcigGqciQ 
Sabi marut^i 8^ W^— Complete failure of 
"'" crops in a place due to drottght. 


Saba(vr5)r 1. Rider. 

^^e-m s I atfilGQ-il— 

^^T?: 2. Horse-rider. 

^9IQ €991— SO. ^.-t I 6^91 §6esi 5I5^9«I «Q9I 
Sahara beba l.To ride on a horse, ^ | gvI^^ 
;yi>e?1^3?«^ 9*f$ €jeGQ ©9QI-2.T0 ride on a 
QfK^ person. *»| (i;^gaia).s51>^9 9*'^Q aog^ 
G90|— 3.(figurative) To be a burden on- 
a person TJl (^© aQ fl§)€i*iOISQ) wegf^99l; 
fl^^'tQ aq'¥ a^©lQ 9€jQi-^4i. To poseess 
a person (said^of a ghoet or evil Bpirit.)- 
QQIQI^T— GQ. Q.— ^ i gG©^9G»^'i e^fi-fi 9Q qwi ; 
Sabarasi gsiQ — Mode of measttring each plot j 
1%^5t« ^1% of land. «?^ «. i -gas— 1. Serial. 5 | j 
^T^Tt sfifef* «®l<Sl3 (918) 2. Meaeurement ^ 

plot by plot. j 
€I9lQl€r »€)Q^ (Qj^.j^) — GQ-9.— QGO^O G®9^ ^qf- i 
Saba rasi jarip (pi, b, bi) PS^GQ Pis^j ^ 
('SaiQfi as— aOMQtj) Serial measurement of the 
C^«^^fi*t plots of land J plot by plot ^'! 
ftm^rd srft^ measurement 

Q©iq^ ©€)©( 8, o \ €i)€iQQa(qi )^CQ* ©— ea^ 

Saharasi jarip(pi,ba,bi)bhatinria<ya) €fQQarGQ \ 

( gQiga QQ€!Ci[«^»]-«»-^a ) se©i© g«^q« j 

A fieldbook containing the particulars 
of measurement of land plot by plot. 

gQig« fl©i^— GQ. Q-qoiq©' ©w QgfQaesi g^«i- 

Sabarasi mar^ana QQI Q^Qtii ^®i9Q ^&£*19 

t%^<3?lft ^C*m ^rf^^ ftl^B G^^^j «l«l «t^ «•© 

qi§ gSi(« ©Q9| — Remeasuricg and 

checking every plot of land according; 

to tbe directions given in the plot-by:^ 

RTI M'^dlQl^4.ffT measurement field boc k. 

t]^i€5— G^'gq. (eri) ^" (®*^* ^'- s'wr <S GSsiqL— 

Sabari g|fl€J )— t. I Qlft^j SI^S?* — 1. A- 

(qag — aQ1%a) palankeen; a palki. ^ | eai9r 

a^gif^ S»l ^iGil aO€^ ©©"^1—2. Riding on horse 

^l«rrft or elephant, fin | GQI^I, Q\9, 91S1 aQGQ 

Q©Q|Q aQ-^3. The using of a horse or 

carriage for riding once. (aa|— < e<ai9IQ 

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Ci^lQa 


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^^^^^ ^mft^T ridiDg. 

Q^IQ 9l©(«>^)«fl— S<5»* Q— fl9IQQ 9IQf€l¥ OI® Q9SQ 
Sabari k5iidhi(ndhu) -ft-J^W^I 9I9QQ«— Bearers 
5i«^f^ C^^1 carrying the poles of the palki 
g^Td^tofl on the sboulders. GQ. 9«— GQ^fllCQ 
^^^^^^i^l QViS^Q 9I^«I« 9I<&9I^ $9*1^ - 
^T <>tfl ' ^q T^T Hearing the pftlki on their 
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Sabari gaurda(behera) The — bearers of a palki 

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tin f^ -sflil 9^91 SIq' 3q§ 69IQai<I— 1. A four- 

^^t^ msl" wheeled carriage on which ig. 

attached a frame like a palki; an office- 

jann. ^ I «f€q^£^ 9901 StcfgQIQaQ d^O 

Ci^Q G0€^' '9(d9 QlfQ 9^1 Q96Q 

€fl| QIQaKl — 2. A cart on which is 

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^vance. 

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C!IG9 qQl€? OIG^Q^I qqqCQ 9l§99l9<J|ef 

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Sabari paika(sipSij aipahi) a^ a^ ^€j Q^l aiQ^ 

^a^^Ltfe^T^ An atmed^uard or guards who 
accompany a palki while it carries a 
Raja or Ranee or an official. 

0QIQ 9€i— 6^- 9—99IQ Ql$ 1 ( 69SI ) 

Sabari bagi Sabari gardi 1 ( See ) ' 

Sabari beherS GQG<i?^— Palki-bearers. 

Sabari bhird.iba g^jQQ Q^q 99 9Q 99IQ% 

'sH^^tl^^rl <]«aiQ6Q Q^9I— To stop a 

6^T^ <^H \ moving Palki and set it down 

at a place. 

SabSri bati ^f^ ^Qi^S- asq^^ia" QlQfS -^c— 
5f^?^tft 5t^ An elephant which is used by a 
^rrnfi' ^"rat Raja or high official for riding. 

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€1Q1Q G99I— 6Q. ■^— ^9IQ e^Qt (6Q9) 
Sabari heba Sahara heba (See) 

Sabari Joint. 

•gQl(^i;Q^— e9GQ. 9,(o©«^a)— (O'l.^^^iQj— ^1 g^— 

Saba(w8)l l.Question. ^1 flOQfllSQ GQ]^9 agaaQ 
>I«^H QSiJ G^§Q€5 Q^^9\ g« — 2, Interrogatory 
^^J^ submitted to court by one party to be 
served on the opposite party in a case. 

Sab€l karibS To question. 


eQ1«^ QQIQ,— G?€0 (Etl.) 9. («©g?«) -tl gGQ^I^Q— 
Sabal jabab 1. Question and reply. ^ I 

5i€^ci sRt^ sQQPiGQ ^Qi^ 9S^ gqidi <?a99l asQ 

The argument of the pleaders of both 
sides after evidence is taken, 

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Sal^l pharad(pharda) 6@giGQ «aQ a@% a^QQ* 
^re^rl^^ gefltO Gfi5«iai<!— A sheet containing 
e^ql 71^ the interrogatories put by one 

party to the other, 

C!Qi^20(qi)— GQ» ^<3 g^«— awig 

SabaliaCyS) Questioning! interrogating. 

Saba(wa) sa-a(ha) OQ €10 90€I— One hundred 
^r«1lt*t^ ^m^ twenty five. 

Satasa Q-^^^) — ^ | G^qjJ— 1. Having smell; 

ecented- ? I ^^C)^ — 2. Having a 

habitation. ^ I ^^93— 3. Having a 

household; householder, SQ* Qd — (^, 

Wigil)— Wigl (eQ«)— Sabasa (See) 

Q€»l?ll(9l«) — ff. ©^ — (g«g^©+Q!ae^=a9^^ g^^jgg 

Sabasa(sah) €Is?q <Lq|. v^-^J— 99% (s<95i) — 

gQI gig— gQ. ^^_qq^q. fly«j63 ^l» — Youngest or 

Sabasana smallest of all. [Q — ^.^^G? © 

Sabahyantahkarana gt^g^Sl^; 9+9l9*)IQ8*Q^)- 

GQ^ 6 H^8«€i« 9§9 9§i9|<»— With the 

body and mind. 

qQt9^i«i^9Q— ^^ $« (*3>^ <^ ^iief 9^%^ ) — wi^iq 

Sabahyabhyantara <^ ei©Gi«5 ^@« — Including 

outside and inside. 

Sabi ^^^ ^^ 
gQ<— GQ- g^'^Qiq— ( ^gs»o» 96^* ) — K I gflGg,— 
£abie 1, All. > | gG©"1(? 9*1§— •2. Every one. 

Sabikalpa q$^qjl— Sceptic. Q,— «- I (SWI^) 

(q^Qfi^Q— a?j>t^Q) ^Qi i G^i^Gl SOQ^Q— l.The 


^901Q 


( r^tfv ) 


QQOoq &G9Q';^ 


knowledge of the individual existence 
of the knower and the knowable. 5 | 

— 2.{Logic) Knowledge of a thing with 
|its attribute, -n I (esiaflll,) g5)l^9Sfl9-" 
• (Joga) A kind of deep meditation* [q-— - 

G€cf qcil^CQ €^^^ QQ\%< «fi)q,P eiio 

Sabikara !• Having transformation. 

(g$«iq— ^1) 9 I ©^©Q*Q ©a^— 2, Having 
change or agitation of mind. 

Q^Qig(«)— ?• ,©« (>fl9ia <??^Q5 Q + eOIQ ) — 

Sabikasa(sa) ^ I'^OIQ Qig^ gfllQ®; agc©©— 

1. Expanded. } | gg§; pg€i€)— 2. Full- 

blown. 

Sabigraha ^. I ?jS«II?P; €Q9 ^€l^; ^QQQ — 

1. Embodied; corporeal. 5 | ^9 ©€iq — 

2. Having a form or shape, * ( GQ^fljSJ 
g^ ©QtfllQ— 3. Accompanied by the 
image of a Deitj. « I (Q^I^QS) QflWqg^l 
qqg (QQ) — 4, (a word) Formed by com- 
pounding several words^ ♦ I aaSQ^I^Q 
—5, Signifying a meaning- ^ | ©iq^- 
g 00^ — 6. Indicative of a purport; deno- 

tative. 
€l^a— SQ. W»lfl^ — WgQQ— Of all, [€j — -CCOIQ 
Babinka €)•% aiQ Ql§ 6<M»2lt ^e)l ti<$«Q|Q q^^Q 

€1«S(GP)— €Q. q<?Q|fl— afl^iJj-To air, [€j_<ig§ 
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^nrsRt qQ©. QO l] 

€IQ@Q— «• ^^ ( g=g'5>+eao )— ««» q?© — 
SabijSana With science^ with special 

knowledge. 

«l«9IQq—^.^— 0^91^91 €©f^Q ©SO e€5Q («Q» 
SabiidSlamblia ^1^1 Ql^) — A kind of jestive 

dancing Or acting. 


Sabita ©, q^© SQj \fll. t^) — ^ I ©Q^S>! — 

(qp^l— ^1) 1. Begetting; giving birth. 9 I C^l 

— 2. Creating, e— t I g ^ — 1. The sun. 

9 I ©a«€i Q^gilj fii^Q--2. God, [q — 

qqe^QSQ q^©i@ «QGQ«> ^63 a^^®; 

qQ©?i5»?3a9%l Qii^raog^^g %ea ©sioi 

©q aiQaa l] <« I a^ ^s— 3, A plant; 
Calotropis Gigantea. 
e^©— Q*-' Qtf <S (€iq)— q§>©i ( e«?e» ) 

Sabitra SabitS ( See ) 

q©©©oq— 9*.^ {9^ ft©)— Q© 99— 

Sabitru tanaya The planet Saturn, 

(g©©^ qjff, 39^ q©— 0©*i^9) 

SabitM daibata oa«Q; <?^©1§)-"<(?§l ©S^ — 

The 13th asterism. 

go© fl§o— ^. © (q9©^+fl^©; ^*%1 ©^J— 9^ 9^©. 

Sabitru mai^dala The circumference or halo 

of the suDj the solar sphere; the orb of 

the sun, 

Sabitriya Solar^ relating to the sun. 

Sabitri (female) Begetting; giving birth to. 
Q. %]^t I ©B-a; qi©l-l. Mother. 5 | difii 

-2, Cow. 

goOH— a, 961. ^ (a=q9©+©QMi5 <a®!d' Q-g^l©) — 

Sabidya ©9i€^; (}a§9n— Learned; educated. 

a^y— e. 9« (q = qqi© aG^ Qyl=gQiQ J3I9IQJ 

Sabidha ^-^^-s)— ^ I g(JS—l. Similar, j | 

qslS; ©©% — 2, Contiguotis; near, 

q^?^l0-e, Qtf (q«QQ©+Qyi©; ©gqi^^)— ^^1^9— 

Sabidhana ( q^^— «©'^59 ) With all_ the 

iormalitieB. 

Sabinaya q^ — With modesty; modest; res- 
[gWQ— «Qi%a] pectfu], ^^ 9^— 9©q g9S>IG€) 
(Q§<a© — aq.<9%9) Modestly; respectfully. 

g^9q ©GQQO— «. 9 (©^Jtii)— Wi^ qwiGQ a^Gga 

Sabinaya nibedana —Respectful requests 

(gQOq gie^j — a©i^9) respectful solicitation. 


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Sabinaya nibedana midam ge^WISQ 6(i^€)td9i 
QlftHj <ieiQ aa^— *^ <J<i?l SfllQ 990i^ 
«iG9QQ aCfe*^— A phrase written at the 
beginning of a letter meaning 'This is 
my respectful solioitation"* 

Sabirama 9'$'^§) — <- 1 ^^flq^ — 1. Remittent-, 
(^a-SlO— aO^fl) intermittent. 5 I 9efi^ Qfl^— 
2. Having separation of space. 

Sabirama jwara Q^eKI ($ qS a«q« ©eQ— 
Remittent fever; intermittent fever. 
goea^ — ft'* ^« ( q=q9 + Q699 ) — t I asH^— 
Sabisesha 1. Excessive, y \ ©g,lQt — 2. De- 
tailed. «n I ^efiQ gQtQQ_3, Of a parti- 
cular kind; special; particular. 
$. Qa — ^ I ^Gaa %6a— 1, Particularly; 
specially, y \ ^giQ© ^^Q^ g<i? — 2. In 

rletaiJ. 

SabistB(sta)ra ^ | ^^iQ^Si — 1. Detailed, ^ | 
^igsg — 2. Not very abridged. *'i ^I'JCll- 
^5 — ^" Exiaggerated, 

Sabistarita Sabistara ( See ) 

Sabxstjuti ^|© 3^©^ ^^I^S — 

Detailed; mioute. 

Sftbismaya Qi^€?>i %^ e — 1* Wondering; asto- 

' (ft 

( a^iQ^qi — %1 ) nished- 5 i ^^^ e^QIGSj — 
2. With wonder or amazement, §, ^^— 
^9 *sg96€l— With wonder; in an astoni- 

shed manner. 

Sabismaye In an astonished manner; with 
'lf^'C?l ^fe'I^ astonishment. 

Sabismita Sabismaya ( See ) 

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Sablja 9^q|o— With the Bija or seed, 

Sabirjya Haviog Birjya. 

g^— e<?. QQ* oifl ( 3- aq' )— * i ^'S^''- 1- AH. [^— 

Sabu gqj e^ Tk%% ca 691Q6« <i€!0— ^^^^9* 

^R Q&9ieIeQ Q'*®^© 6Qra— 2. signifying 

plural number when used after words. 
[ Q-99 GQC — 'aag GQO; GQ© Q^^— 

GQQfllGQ 1 ] 
g<j QQ-GQ. «— g^'Sflls; Qqj ^«IGGQ— ill aU. 

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g'SQQlQ)— G^^. g^QIfl — aflg*Q-Of all, [ ^ — 

Sabunkara(ri) a^lGCT -^Qft «?C€1 «5C?Q Ql<3 

~g^ft_eQ, q^gifl— qQs?; g^gt^— To all persons. 

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g^9(©l)— G^^GO. ( €ri ) Q ( ffl. 89Ji?l )— €liq3 ^^r 

Sftbuja(ja) ^€)<5iQ^) ClfiQ^Q ^§— Green colour; 

^^ iCWSTT emerald. ^^—aiq^j^ 9qs>^ — 

Green, 

Sabu jana Omniscient. 

g<g,0!^0i(<5l)— G9.0S1 (QtQ*^ 9», 99%)— gQ^©IC9l; 
Sabu janata(ata) TO%— Omniscient; all-kno- 
'l^^t^ «^ srm^rmcTT wing. 

g^d— G?GQ. ^ (£ri. g«^©)— e i ^iqa Q|~i. A 

Sabnji green thin?. > ! qaQSIQ— 2, Trees 
Ji^fe ^R5ft and plants. *^ I flIOlQ SQ9! a^* — 

3. Kitchen vegetables. 

g^O(Oi)€i — s^. g^'ftifl— fls^o ( 6q« )— 

Sabutha(tha)uii Sabutbun ( See ) 

g^oi— GQ. qp'oifl { q»- QQ* d 2i» )— 9^ »i«i; 99. 

SabuthS 3i«t ^ji^^t) H^ 5in^ giQ— All places. 

SabuthSiS >l^^ ^^r ^ti^ Sabu$hiS ( See > 
Q^OI%— 6<5. ^^'Wlfl— a§ ai9%— To all places. 
gabuthSku 5f^ ^K^TH ^T^ ^«l^ 


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Sabutharu places. ^ | q?^S991— 2. Than all. 

^I-q^OlGQ— eQ. «^OI51— g^ aiOSQ— At all places, 
Sabuthare ^ Wt^^ ^^ Wl^ 

^^^S*(C)-GQ• gQ*b|fl-^950l€Q— At all places. 
- Sabutbin(thi) ^ W\^^ ^f^ SJiTf^ 

Sl-S^OOt— e^. ^Q'blfl— 3^ SIOQ— Of ail places. 
Sabuthika tr ^t?l^ ^5 31^^ 

■Q<g^6«>(^) — €Q. QQ'Qiq— 9^ a"®^""^^ ^*^ places. 
Sabuthiki(ku) ^ m^m ^^ ^H^^ 

SabuthuS{thu) 1, From all places, 5 1 99 I- 
^ ^Wt^«ri4 GQiai— 2. Tban all; of all. [gj — 

Q^SOCf— G<>. Q^^'OI?! — t I 3Q§I06Q — 1, At all 
Sabuthein, places. 3 1 Q^ eQfiSQ— 2* In all 
^ ^]mH ^3 Stn^ countries. 

^^9— €^GQ. ^ ( CI, q^q ) — ^ 1 gq!«—l* Proof. 
Sabut J I QI€J«— 2. Cause. G^SQ. ^^— 

^1^ ^^, S?3 gqi^O— Proved. 

^^g— eQ. 99e|q— g^ ^aq— All things or matters 

rfSafauthi 3T^ ^^^a 
'-«!^g©(%)— GO. wV.C!— «. I ^9^ aiQ%— 1- To all 
Sabutliiki(ku) places. 9 1 9^ Qgq g© — 
5pr t^^C9 2, For all mftttera . <" [ qo 01^9 — 
^r^fsi^ 3. To all works. 

■ 51^§i^- GQ. Q^^QW — ^ i 9-5 ^9i^€^ — !• From all 
Sabuthiru matters, j \ q^ gg^_2. From all 
^^V'^'^ tbings, f> I 9<5Q|d^^-3. From all 
^crg^ works. V ) go'iGQal— 4. Than all. 

-Q^^ISQ— G*!?. 99^0151 — ?. I Q9©8. 9<JO|€Q— 1. la all 
Sabuthire places. 9 I 9^ ^QfejGQ; 9? ©aiGQ— 
5f^^t5^n(, mr:^ ^^W 2. In all matters. 

-^^Q9— GQ- ^—t I g^c^JQ-^l. All times. ^| 
Sabu dina q^qq — 2. Everyday. g«. a— V I 
3T^5I^ ^^OOGGl^g^ giftGQ— -l-.At all times. 
^^ fg[5r > I g®^Q_2. Daily. 

-<l^9"-eQ. 9^oiq («, 9<i)— ^ I QflG^_l. AH- 5 1 
SabuntL 990^; qqgQ-- 2. To all- gi. 9^fi|q — 
^^ «q39€?3 q^€)~Ofall. (^-<i§q© ^^^ 

. Q99<iq8^ I ) 


^^ g^^l^)— GQ* a— gq§^ Sie9i3i— Of all. (^ — 
Sabupratiki(ku) <jq«^ 9^gQ« €>9 Oli^l I 

g^GQO-GQ- 990iq (^- W *(§ e^oi)— goQifl— 

Sabu bela All time?. 

g^SOGO— GQ. Sm ^^ — ^ I 9^*011—1. Always, ^ | 
Sabubele g^a — 2, Constantly- « | syG>l«a 
^^ ^5jc?f e^^jHlft' ^qj^GQ— 3, Very often. 

Q^flG©— €Q. a— 95 g©IGQ — In all respects, (g^ — 
Sabumate 69 9^ q»GQ q^a CQIQ€JS i ^|9'9 
(g<i^ GQGQ— agiqa) q'S'i^Gj©. 9g 1 ) 

Q^Q— G^GQ. © (€F!. gQQ^; 9^QJ — t I aG9@l 

Sabur gQ(?|— 1. Waiting. ^ | GilQS— 2. Pati- 

1^ ence, -n | q^^js>|-_3. Fortitude} forbear- 

^1^ ance. 9^— G^iaSslQ— Patient^ a— ^ I fl!^ 

ySi — 1. (EnterjectioD) Be patient ) ^| ^o 

Q^ I 99© <5« I - 2. Stay I stop ! 

e<JQ QQQI'-GQ. —^1 GdoN dSJ^I— 1, To forbear; 

Sabur kariba to have patience. 9 f gjQ aGQsai 

^^ ^ ©QQI_2. To bide one's time, m \ 

^It ^JtHT GFsNq^eiSQ aG99! gQ?i|---3. To 

wait patiently ^ \ qq© q^^\; gqT^S 

«*!«■' 9Q QQVI— 4. To stopi to cease. 

€I^Q^G8G€i efl€5eil €f G« — GQ» ©€1 - §QQ ^9^Q ©1 

Sabur gachhare meua pbale ^l^Gq Gq^l ^^9i' 

A patient man gets a good reward. 

€t^Q,g§Qi— GQ. -9 — Ql» 9Qq gfJIQ^I — 
Sabur sahiba To brook delay, 

Saburat Sabur (see), 

Saburat kariba Subur kariba, (See) 

g^lSjQ^GQOI — GQ. ^— 9gq GQ?i| — 
SabarSc deba ^To grant remission. 


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"fl^g©-6Q' ^^ — V I GbQialQ— 1- Patient. / i CQ 
Sabutati g^^ <><I— 2. Granting time. «* I 60 

(s5QQa[5^l]— aQt^a) @oi©^ qg]91<i wig-- 
'f^C?[ e5< ^K^^^TSr 3* Of a calm temper. 

Saburi ©Q§) — ^ | qqgq»Q— 1, Of all- ( 6^ — 

^^mt, ^5?^Tf qQ— ^IQ^^, qeiqa q^l^a 1) ^1 95 

Q^§)S?Q —2. Of all person?. (^ — qq^jq 

qiC^Q 95Q aial I ©Q I) 

^"^abtiria(ya) Saburati. (See) 

Saburinki(fi^u) To all. 

€i^ei 0(01)®*— GQ. w^om — t I g^o' (6QS) — 

Saburi ttia(tha)an 1- Sibuthun. (See) ^| gfl§^ 
(q^vO — Sffl^Q) 01^—2. From all. «n | qflgo* 

^1^ ^^c«(C^, ^T^^cif ^^^ ssaai; 'gqgs? 

gaiQQ_3 Than all; ot all. 

^g^^ej Oi(€0)Q— €Q. ^Qfllfl— V I g§0* (GQ3) — 

Saburi tha(the)iS 1. Sabuthin, (See) 9 \ qfl§^ 

i^^SlOlsSi — a*s^e) ^Q?S6Q— 2, At, near or 

iR ^1?I^iI, 3^^^ ^C^ ^!^^ TT^lS before all 

persons. 

Saburiba Sabur kariba. (See) 

.Sabula All. 

Sabiuddhika g^ia ^-^^^p.) — ^ i ^^q^ — 

1. With increase- 5 I ^ 369© 

2. With interest, 

:^$^o— e* s> (ei^ief 9^%^; g+9^ +©)— Q^q@s»— 

Sabtushtika Accompanied with rain. 

Sabe 3iC^ h4 AU. 

$Abei Sftbai, (See) 

Sabekadar gg^*'^! QQ— The 27th day of the 
>IM^1^ month of Ram-jan of the Mahomedan 
-^^«T^< year. 


Sabega With force; forceful; fleet. 

Sabe(bi,bbe)bai^St q = q + 9^^^= q9'^;fi>5QI9efliQ9^ 

aia eqtoQQ Q^)— qc^qc^ qscftqiot^r eiq^- 
'iC^^'^i Ht^TRIH ©esQ— Name of a Maho- 
medan festival. [«—<]§ qq gaCQ 

9319 s^'SQ 6 e^ei Q^e^ siefi^q e^^^ia 
^iqe^ QQSS. ^^^^^ GQ^IQ gjaeQ€i 

q^3«q|0 ei^SQ 3© I ] 

Sabesa(sha) fi)^SQ§^l — 1. Contiguousj near. 
5 I ^€s>5 6Qa-a€5®® — 2. Dressed; 

accoutre d, 
9 5QI— giSQ (aissii) g^^— g-j— All, 

Sabo 
Q-^l (©J GQ. «^.— g^© (eQS!)— Sabtija {?ee) 

Sabja (bji) 
^QI«9I — €Q. Q^. — ^^©IftOI ( GQa )— Sab-j5n-ta 

ill ^ ^ 

Sabjan-ta (See) 

3^^— 6QGQ. 9. — (Q"i)— < I €110 SQ© QS^ QQ^I — 

Sabji JR^; f??^ 1. Potherbs and kitchen 

vegetables. > i ^CTj t§ — 2, A drink 

made of the leaves of Canaabia Indicai 

QQi ^©[)_GQ. $a.— gQi (cqq) — Saba (See) 

Sabba (bbhfi) 

qQ 1(9^0 act— €Q. P. 9^ ^ S, ^«— ««>i dQ (sqia) 

SabbS (bbha) aga Saba Sga (See) 

[gc| (Oi) flQ Q3<3!0)] 
e(3>,IQ— eQ, P — 99IQ (6Q«l) — Sibai (See) 
riabbai 

SabDa(bbha)kbai Sabakhai (See). 

€13 I (^ t).9«o— eQ. Q. (S Q^— TOiSa (SQci) 
Sabbs(bbha)khia SabakhiS (See) 

g^((©i)99 -€<?. V — ^ I «I^Ot^ €9^^— 1. Eldest. 
Sabba^bbha)batda 9 \ J'J^^l — 2. Biggest; 

largest* 

g^i(Qi)9ift— e<>. $.— QQiQift (e«?ei) 

Sabba(bbha)bala Saba bala (See). 

6abba(bbha)baiaS SabSbiluS (See) 


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SabbS (bbha) sana 1. Youngest* 5 1 @^^aq — 
f^dC^t^i ^^^5T 2. Smallest. 

g^i— GQ,^«l — {'3.^4)—^ I g^— 1. AH. (aOH 
Sabbha sq s^Q^q^ ^c \) 5 1 gfl^c acaai— 
5^1^; ^€r% 2- Of all; others all than. ( flat— 

g9«t— 3. ^ffl. - (9. ai^=gaQ Q991, sqqsi s^a^i + 

Sabya g^T. 9) — ? j ^|q; ^|af— L Lelt. ^ | 
q€^J 9I9I61 — 2. Right. [©^ — Q9, apQ 

Qiq aeiso ^*iQf ® -^o; {9«?eoiQ)] * I 
g©QQ — 3. Contrary- -r i g«|©— 4.Hiiidi 
back; rear; backward. ♦ 1 Ofl*^^a3— 

5, Southern. 9 | qiq 6 (mis'© Q€$q — 

6. Both right and left. 9 i Olrf ««I©S€i 
aQ9|$ Q9IQ 9glQ Qi9l« ^Q^i fi^fllQQt 
9QISS af?|QI (aesa^a)— 7. (the sacred 
thread) Passed over the left shoulder 

down to the right side of the waist. 
9* Q (+©^* 9)— « I ^%^ ( ©AS©I9 ) — 

1. Bisbou. y \ QegiQSaO { ©^S©!9 )— 

2. The sacred thread, •> i Q d 91 QQ 
g^^sj te a9lQ Qm??y^<ig^ (^^SQi-a) — 

3. One of the ten kinds of eclipse. 

"^ I aa Q Q^QQ <(? q^ ( ^QG^ia )— 

4. A Eon of a sage Angira, [q — ag^Q 

Q-JS 9Q^e^ I €g^ ^9 99«f OIFIGQ QQ€)9 I 

QOjsWQ e— *t|»«> g^^Q q-Sig^l qq" i 

0%G9l€l I] 
QOt 9Q— 3, © (QSJal) — e: t ©IQ 'S'ISk— 1. Leit hand. 
Sabya kara 3 \ ei^^^ 9^ — 2. Left and right 
hands. *i | Qgg, 'gi^— 3. Right hsnd. 

Sabya sachi ©€39l+«|. Q»; tqu I9)— 

<5i|q 9Q «i6Q9 «6Q — !• Able to 
shoot an arrow with the left hand. 

J I esef 9i§ QQi^ 91® 9iq €1Q ©eaa 

«q9ICQ 9^2. Ambidexterous; using 


the left hand with as tnuch facility as 
the right hand in shooting. ©- ^*— 
a^QCf Olfll^Q — A name of the 3rd 
Pandaba brother. [q — a© © ^€5q 9%. 

SabyS A female companion of 

Chandrabali. [6^ — <§ «>l«e« 69$ QQGSi 
^9''l g«i1 Qsie^a I aQQ§j«f, ^Qoa ©^i^il 1], 

Sabyaja —1. With pretext; fraudulent. 

5 I 9Q©9<9Q — 2. Having obstacles. 
gOHiy-3. ©^ (g^ief 9§^§)— 911^^9— 
Sabyadhi Sick. 

QeoMdQ— g-. «€fi («9i+Q©Qj »fli ©©)— ©191^.. 

Sabyetara QSffl — Right (baud- side), 

Sabyeshtha(shtfaa) €)@9|+«^9Ge eeCq-f-gl a|^4- 
9^.a;«G9^+§i aj%+©^»^R gq(g,GQ q^q 
9iq ai^iesi ^ac9€iQ «€«)— ^ 1 qqsjqq; 
9(Qg— 1. Charioteer; a car-dnver. ? * 
QaQ 9|fl ai^^GQ ^Q^<J "^Q— 2. A warrior 
who sits on the leftside of the car, 

^§§qq— 9*. ©. q.''-"(fl=9fliP+9@qQi)-*eias&' ap- 

Sabrahmachari q|G^ <9 q^Q- «?©^eQ 
G99iaiqQ g€?9l BiQ* 9§©aS a©fil?l» 
«€i^; 5^ef; q9iaJiq.1— A fellow etudentj 
pupils of the same preceptorj reading 
the Bedas under the same preceptor. 

e9,!8^— «. e^— (^?ia 999L§) {9+9^'§si)— -©^i^^ 

Sabrahma^a ^g^ — Having Brabmapas 

Sabrirda Modestj shameful; bashful. 

Sabbak ti 9<Sr1© — Accompanied with devo- ■ 
tioD. ^o.-^. §^-€$fi, «9©IGQ — With 
(gQ9©— aOT^a) devotion, 

g«cp G€|«— Q°. Q.— ©iQ'iQ aoQiQ ee€i@,G€|Q (cQei)- 

Sabhanga slesha (Rhetoric) Name of a figure 

of speech- 

Sabhaya «5qq§ — Attended with fear. 5 | 
sfl© — 2. Foarful J apprehensive. 


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SabharttrukS 8Q9®1, 9»iaij SWIJ 091— 

fjaving her husband living. 

a«i««— CQ. ^^ (^".S5;©)—ift®— Slipped! displa- 

Sabhaiita ced, [s^— q5j©0 ©QS €9Q *a^lSCr 

aQ€^ ] 
«i«ig— q% Q^ (q^ia^^g^Qj 3+«i ^g;; ^^l k^) 

Sabhasma t j ^g^ g^© ^^fllft — 1. Having 
ashes. > I €^9^ ffi9lsr(9«,S«l9,^9©^Q'§Ol) 

2» Having one's body besmeared with 

aehes. 

[gq aoQ soSii^^^ eai^ aia§ ) — e i G«l«g 
s^©, ^"3©^, aSNj 9<j5a? ^AQ^^ ^ag; e^s^?- 

q^Sj gsIC, 89'©, A3seinblj3 a meeting; a 

— ©iia^] ieagae. 5 I €01^1; g^^J. 

qqig — 2 Company} society^ an assem- 
blage of person?. «> I ©001— 3. Multi- 
tude of men; a gathering of menj crowd; 
a large number, -o | q^. «iO|— 4. 
House; room. » \ ^^o g« — 5, Meet- 
ing place, ^ I qgg^; q^jQQQiQ— 6- A 
royal court; king^s council, [o -^fl§ 

jq aaiii^ «.«o oi^ kisx eef'OGQ Q^5 e^^iQ 

«g g^e^ gs*?© s^g eaoissi ejaa^^ ea?- 
919(7 999 p^^ ^<;i)€i»i QQ e^qiQ^ gsi^ 
§C ^§«> a«>6C3fi?<? QQ6<? — 9^e©i9] 
9 I 'J;*© (^^SOIQ) — 7, Gambling, r I 
jieiaSQ* QQ^I (eta^GQQ)— B. Name of 
a daughter of Prajapati Q | 6Q«f 4?6Q 
QQQ a^e?^];^ <9<] — 9 Counoil chamber; 
meeting hall (Ap % e* I ^10^^— 
10. A gambling house (Apte). tt \ d4* 
^QQ^>9^Qfi^ — 11. A oourt of justiae 
(\pte). K9 I q»l9 96<7 9<$G999 9131 dj- 
giQ — 12 King's aadiehdej levee. (Apte) 


OQ^-^— IB. Any place much frequented 
(Apte). 6«.^«. (S^Q ^«l. --(SI". 99*) 

(««i"i €19 95«f qsj) ^s^; 9«>i — All (aai— 

f^ ?R ggta, 9^«!fijj 3^<?tffi) GQ. ^t— 

9qtQ3 o<i$qioc3'Q Q^ldj Qi€Da«} ^^— 
An assembly called to decide a social 
question; a gathering of caste people- 
a social gathering. [ Q^— a©Olfi^ 

aiQ" ^-919 ^''SS. ^^"^^j ** G^e^^Q % 
q^l <]<^ QQ6Q ?iGQ€i® ^@j^ 9^G9 qo GQ9I 

9€$H 01 €q«^S) G^lQQKl I SSQ* 9^SQ «6»0- 

q^o QQ*i ai«^, GQ-Ttfit qg^Q gq^^ii 3^gq 

«ISQ€>a 69^1 a^'^ OS,q^G«? 9^1Q!<? ^''Q^' 

99 Qflt, qi69©cr gqs, 91 qi0'''»9I9i gq©, 
91 6Q19V aa*, ©iqcQ©^ G9|qaM 1 a^a©^ 

«I9I€*« QQ91 91 gqaSQ' a^af €)GQ 

9ia**l ©ftlQQI 9'<S(^'Q9®ig 9qa©, gQ3^ 
60a9,qiO^ 91 ^Q\ GQtGO^^ €9lQ9l<I I 
q'QI^Qf? «199191% 999}9l Q*ai9Q.. a^Q^ 
9^I9(;> 91 ^Q^ Q{^IQO G9iQaj<3 [ 6Qgf 
9S^ 96Q316Q 9^fllQ oSd ^Oj 69$ 
69$ e^69€lMQ OiqC^ii ' ^^qiQ^i <;^iq9Q^ 

^0 I laai— -^eiq^, a9i9'f*«a 9^^ wi** 

9*^1Q 9qi©, G«9^\ 99^*^*s QG^a^Gq^, 

QqSj ^©GQaft^ 09^, 9ieG»99^ ©qf, 

q^ qq, GQ|Q§«1 9<^t i] 

9q aG^— GQ. 3' Q^ ( ?. 9e+a^ )— 99i GaQSQ— 

Sabha ante At the close; at last. [ €$•—'99 
5Rt«c«tw as^ a9i G<a©-9«. G9I?5§I9- 

^^^ ^«91l J 

QQ QQ - G?69. 9 — ^ I ( »• W + ag )— 9999 99^a 

Sabhit aga gi9 — 1, The iront or foremost 

( q^ as— 9301© ) place ol all. 9 I (9Q+ag> 

TRt^ ^9rt 94 G<9«ta^l 9t^^ 9% 49|j1 ai<» — 2. The 

;OT«r 3n<n frcmt portion of a meetiz^. «■ t 9^ 


%<i «l$tQ OQ91 


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<a^ftlQ agp^l qfl^ — 3. Most recent time; 
■w I g*} <3^^Q. a^Q^j! 351^—4. Earliest time, 

qg aSQ i * ' ^^ ^° 9^1—1. ( a place ) la 

ftont of all, > I SQi qqj Q^QIQ 0«P<^1 

— 2. Happening before all others, *» \ 

qqgi? ag©-i-3. Eldest of alL ( gai — 

1^ ^'t ^^ ^Q ^Q) V » «l^aafl— 4. First of 

^W^3int all. 

Sabha ahwalna kariba QlCt' g^Q ei^€Q€QQ <3^^^ 
^TSt «rt^=I ^t ai» <S 9Q€Q aeOO*! ^QI^Q €$G9«f 

(qq Ole<?i — £J»^^9 ) $^9&9iq ®I«Q1 — To CEill 
a meetingj to convene a meeting. 

Sabha kariblt ©Isf gQ*iq|o«^ a^lOSQQ €^9g® 

'TSl ^ QM9Cii«cfgiq g^Q ©id qqiais* QqQOI— 

^3frT qjT^rr l- To hold a meeting. [ gj — 3q 

^es;^ eQ69 Q €9t^G9 9 ? SQialQieic^ €Qla1 

« 6Q69 « ?— Cqiol^Sl i ] 5 19^ 3^10 
9^91*^2. To call a meeting. «> | ( ^^ 

€\\i ) esiG*© e^^l- <!©« G-^*?!— 3. To be 
assembled; to flock together. [ Qa\ — 
CSGQ (jeiqiGQ a^ Q9 0Q9& i] *» I gpi&9 

4. To call or hold a caste-gathering, 

gq©!Q-^* 9 6 9^ ( "a^^^ dt^+o||. a )— Gsa 3^ 

Sabhakara Sf^iO QQ§ 91 d^Q Q^ ^^Qg— 
One who convenes or holds a meeting* 
SQ^I'^— 6Q- efi^9«l«I'5 ( 6QSI ) 

SabhSkracta Sabakranta ( See ) 

SabhStkranta cbaVarda Sabakrsnta chakaiga 
"" (tSec) 

^«[«it€i— GQ, Q. ^1— g9l9l£) ( 6Q«I ) 

Sabhlkl^ai SabakhftI ( See ) 

&Q9I 6^Q«^9GQ G»Qpl«9fllO^ ^^& Q^ 
^jajJ^Xh^ feast held bj perecwa m0p 


break the restricted fasting of the 
month of Klrttika and take'all sorts of 
eatables on the morrow of the Karttika 

full mooa ^b^. 

eq9ffl(qi)— GQ- 9— g«i^a ( Goet ) 

Sabhakhia(ya SabakhiS (Se«). 

Sabhftga Having portions, ^^^ <§ ^ g.^ 

(q^Qi— ^1) ( gg+ciq y|%+9^. a)— 6eq^% 

Q|(fl^ — Those who attend a meeting, 
^Q ^— «• P— Ga^ QGQ gQQ GG»0© 9<3— 

Sabha gxuha A meeting house. 

Sabhagya Fortunate; lackj 

( <agQM — ^1 ) 

gqciQ— GQ. 9— 9g q^ ( GQa ) 

Sabha g:hara Sabha gxuha (See) 

Sabha chara G9 q^GQ €J9g© <§a^^^A person 

( g^*5! — ^ ) who attends a meeting. 

Q«, g**— gqSQ Q©O«0ig— Frequenting 
or attending meetings. 

Sabhachara 1. The customs of society (A pte). 
9 I q©9QQ a^OI$Gfli<?© qi©— 2. Court- 
manners ( Apte ). •» i qq q^QGQ 
aoesl*^ ao^xSIQQI— 3. Formalities or 
etiquette to be observed at a meeting. 
[ laeil—dC^' O^Q €QGa 89% OG^l QQG9 

oi$; Q^QQ?- 90iW)q&GQ G^ qd 93 
QQGQ Ot§; GQ^ t^Ot Q^<» ( unparlia^ 
mentary ) 9I©*I ^-iQ-^Q Q€lG9 01$ I ] 
gQfi) (6^%) — g°— ^ I €g«l g^iei— 1, To serve. 
Sabhaj ( root ) j 1 aQia'^l- 9^91 — 2. To wel- 
come, «> I s©! OQOI — 3. To worship. 

€iq ©Q— ;i* ©.— 1 1: (5t^SQ gjai"© ©q; 9. q. gq. ) 

Sabha jani g^GQ ^QS*© Qi§q^— 1. - Persons 

attending a mcdbiug. > | (^1 ©^) Si€^l^ 

qQqo— 2. Member i>f an assembly^ an 

associate of a meeting. «t \t (9^9 ^]^ 

3* Cottrtesyj, rcadering : of homage^ 
politeness^ vi a<£^*t^Q4 9«o. 6 9€Kd g€)|Q- 
35*9 q^««; a€^Q9-^^ Th» ceremony 


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oi welcoming;«oiigratHlatiQH*;courtcoiiai 
conversation, [q — ^ QT 3fllCI?l Ql 

^iqe^iQ 9*1 ?«i^e«; acn^^ a«^€ro 
><]aeQ adii 3QQ<;;>, a39Q— OAeoi« i ] 

#1 9C20^l— '5- Bervingi tendii^. ^| Q9Q; 
6. Worshipping. 9 I WQQw— 7. Delight- 
mg} pleasing. e<?. 9. (9§^3» q* 4 S(l) 

6Q^9l% Q^ICI© Q€f©€t^ — (plural) The 
audience or spectators assembled to 
witness a performance of dancrngjplay 
etc. [€^ ~9€lCQI<i^ f!^©60 ! aiQ 6?^ 31*^ — 

aisa^iQor QQ 3 ^^ — ^ t (g=g9+Q»ft ) 

g9[«; gt^qg— Having receptacles, pots 
or utensils ^ I (qgs>^ai<8-f-o§. sl») — 
Ql©Qiqo (^^GQIQ)— 2, Giving pleasure. 

gratifying- 

€IQ 9l€iQi-"6Q. ■^'^•— «^ EI9JQ «Q9I (GQ's) 

Subha dakiba- Sabha aliwana kariba (see) 

Sabha tala The place of a meeting, €Q. 9» 
'^^U^ ^t gfl^c? aeadi ^g €Qa— Lowest place- 

>i^t^^^ e^, e^-t! '^^%9 aeaai to— i. 

Lowest ;• i gggor 36961 ©9^ — 

^^T^ft^T Youngest. 

Sabhadhibesana aGQ©© ^Qs^GQ ?ieQOO! G-?©!- 

alQ* g^MQiO^ gi'CiO — A sitting of an 
aBsemblvj a meefcing, 

^^abhsdhyaksba President; obairman of a 
;;g^«s|!^Q,ggG0Ot— aQ'i^9)nieetiiig or assembly. 

e«i€»Q QQQi— GO § — ( s^ «19 <^ ^s>^i9)— 

Sabha nirbba karibS g^Q Vld QfllWlQ QQ^I— 
^T ft^^T? ^t To conduct a meeting and 
^r ^at^TT ^^5!T bring it to a successful termi- 
nation^ 

(?^S«t«l— B5>*1%9)' »i€a— A ladj taking the 


T5Wf^1> jy^i H tl l place of the presWenfer (A «» 
^TffT HTfiiw assembly or a oongregatiion. 

^Q.9© -6Q. ©^.— 3% «9^ ^ ail!^)— 1 i ^a^r «G9fll 
Sabha pachha aqiQ^Q— 1. Hiwioiost part or 
^^ 1^n?W portion or place. 

oifijaio ayeQ Q« go© l — «?99'*5? a^RQfi* 

««5*i] ^{ gg^«j siCQQ! Qiiq»5»^l QJiO— 3, The 

time which is before aU; most ancient 

f^t^'fl time. *»l g^ e^Q^lQl iilOS^ g«?-9«l'39lil 

OT&'it^?^ 3I*»— 3. The hindmost portion or 

place in a meeting. GQ- 9^ — ^ I a^i 

^mc**^ ^agjQ- B^i<>^0^1— 1. Hindmost. * I m^ 

^^tl ft^ T ga^ «i*»lCl flSQ <iaf9I— 2- Latest. 

(qg ag— ©9^3) • ! aw** ^qg osoiQ ae*"' q? 

[q^oeS^g^ B9SQ— ^. 9^%a] ?iQ!-3. Old- 
est; earliest, v 1 qQQ©^—*. Youngest 

of all- (sal— ^^99 ^=J) * i e€i ao*» 
qggs? 96Q ei§ a^cg— 5. Reaching or 
arriving at a place latest - or last of 
all. ^1 qgg^ ea^SQ a^g©— 6. Situated 

last olall, 

QS^I 9^9— ^'•9— ^©"^^^ ^* ^^** ^^^ ^^ a^"«>— 

Sabha pandita A pandit who is a member of 

a king's court or of any other assembly. 

Sabbapati q9l©S)^»®l —1. President or chair- 
7^^ man of a meetingj the leading person 
^«wfir o* a meeting. [ 5— 3^9©*? SUGOS! 

(a^g©— ^1) qga© as?Q %]^& «t»l« Q^Q© I 
q»^© o*ti©6»^Q*"'aai»'' Qi^aoeaiGGi" ^^ 

^gV«>© 9?a 91^ ©Qt««il' EiefeQ 9© WQ 

^l^cra<gl •3<i 1^ a»^9 9©Q^l^cfesi a© <$<! 1 

'^IlflaQ'aQQ'i.lqa '9W9©'I ] 5 » 9,1® 
q<jQ giql (9^5©l«)— 2. The master of a 
gambling house. {^— gS^S ^'^^ €»©! 
€«GQ ^«q9 9^0© 6«6Q' G^Wai^ I «§ ^1 
Q§ aiO «yOIQ ©Gfii ©|£J 9© fl^SQ^I, 

<aq2i!0!, q^i^©i €«i5»iff geai«o<$<5*5 
41fi^fir€Q' «M8e©9Q «*W«ia 9« «€^ I J 


^^^ 


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qc^l Qlcr^l 


SabhSpatitwa aQgi*— 1. Chairnianship, 

presidency. 5 ( ?l99eQr 90— 2. The posi- 
tion or place of tbe presidftot in a meet- 
ing. 

SabbS parba S9'')— 9<5>t9QOQ CI€|itQ3 SQ ^2Uq 
9*SIQ 9Q —Name of the second of 18 
cantos of the if ahSbha rata, f" o — <3^ 

^G^ I ] 

aQfliO— ff. €>- e I §ie0lOj (yJtQQflO— 1. Doorkeeper. 
SabhSpSJa («— ggaiO afiies} ^ifgiS^ -oaw, 

«'$'IG(Q©, a© I ) -^ I fif^q?a QS59— 
2. The keeper or guard of the council- 

oh amber. 

SabhS pajana(paia) g^iQ QQgg — Worship or 
reverence paid to the audiecoe. gq-Q — 
P9!<35^q gQIQSQ St9l9 €jas^^ 9^!Q0 
©ISiqiOff tH^aVl^a aqQ— The custom 
of Welcoming tbe guests on tbe 
Occasion of marriage amongst the 
Marhattas. {0—^9196) TO**?© 9;) 6 
QQ^\ 90SJ o^lq, q9G>^ giqQiq'i (j Q©j|i^s-_ 

$Q!9ie^'0 OQQIQS'?! gtoeo e$aa© 69S« 

flGQ <»9i wC© 'i<i I 9cr CQasQ ^9i;;5<i 
SabhSba ifwf^ #m^ Natare. 


Sabha bai(e)thaka(ki) A sitting or meeting or 
3I^t<J<i* ^|¥TWn^3^ session of an assembly* 

Sabhabarda Q9 — Biggest • elde^t^larpfest. (^ — 
?i5r% 'TffT C!iQg«Q^ Qgcj qqiqs 1) 

Sibha basa(se)iba aeooQi Q<^Q^\ giQ* gQ| 

51^ ^>rl\ a9l3 OQ 9919 a^ewsQ ©qsQi— 

^t?T ^5If^ 1. To convene and hold a meeting 
for tbe discus'iion of a particular 
matter. 5 | eol^Q ©i§i QCOfii., giyO!©^ 
931© g^©o OQ9I— 2. To start a eociety 
or association for a particular aim, 

QQi ogoi— 69. ©— gQis} aye©9Q— 

Sabba basiba The holding or session of a 

5»^1^^ ^'in%S'rr meeting. 

dQI QtO (QQIIQ)— eo- ©"-991 910 Q©<il9 (SQs) 
SabhSbala S^babsla etc. (See^ 

(^Q 919^— ©a. q») 

QQ' Qie(«)0-GQ. 9— SOl^g 99SQ QQ^O 69?! 
Sibba baobha(sa)ndd ©qi q^^q esiQ C<99l Q[Q^ 

^RT^Tt^ 9^199^ 9^991 «^6«a — Exclusion of a 
person from a meeting; excommunica- 
tion of an offending member from a 

meeting, 
gs^iq; -q»._9. g*— ^^9^9 989 (^^S9I9)— 
Sabhabi The keeper of gambling house. 

gsi! €>» -9V © (^q1 99) -«i?$iQ q\qS sfiia 91 a^s^ 

Sabha bhanga &9QI 969 9^lOQq|999 Q9iq'> 
9<iig-^ Dissolution or closing of a 

meeting^ 

g€li etl?Q —69. 9—3^1 95iaS9 — Before a meeting. 

Sabh» bhSge (€J— 691^69 ^ 9'Q«» C910 qQ^ 

9Q 1] 

g^l «ICf 9r— 69. ^— r. I 3919 910*1 9^19 9 69Si^ 

SabSa bhan^iba 9)91^ go"© 9Q9I— 1. To 

1^ ^tWt dissolve a meeting b?<ore the con-^ 

^^ ^^fiW elusion of its proceeding. > | 9919^ 

910S 9-31^ C99I OCQ 3QI9 2^9 9Q9I — 


«l^ ^9« 


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eqQ oitw ©©Q^l 'Hiqs* S9^ 


2. To briDg^he proceedings of a meet- 
ing to conclusion, gq, $ — ^^QIQCT — 
Dissolution or closing of a meeting, 
[o— q«5iQ ©iqS ©^X^® ^^19 ^^^® ^'^^^ 

$6Q^€> €?e^ QS^IQ 9ioS Q Q^^ 9§aac;' 
<>l SIOQQ'^q Q€i^ olqi^'^Q CI aeQ€)S> 

SabhS bhashana Sabba mandana, S 

filQ «ia«^(9)— SI- 9 — ( 9". g^+fl«1» )— a^ €^fir;. 

Sabha ma-aiana(na) q^g^l «I^Q qqif — The 
>I^ ^o3P termination of the procedings of a 
HflT «W meeting:. 

Sabha ma-a(u)ls(ie)iba To terminate the pro- 
>I«t ^»^^ ssflTflg «??fT ceedings of a meeting. 

QQ 9»a(€i)iaQi — €Q. ^.— gqQ 9\A a^!<?© 6991 aesi 

Sabha ma-a(u)liba a5ie9a9 ]g5® €991 — The 
^l^T ^S'^ ?I¥?T*^ termination op close of the 

proceedings of a meeting. 

Sabha nsandana €^99 <$€1§Q '^N 9k 999 9&^ 
(gq;ffl9i— %1) 91 9&^ 69CI1Q91 9IQ 60^ 9f9 
g^Q StO^IQ %Ca 9^9QC»IOi9 919 96990 
9^3 — (a person) Who ^y his presenee 
or display of ability is considered as the 
ornament of an assemblage. J \ B^^j 

0^9^ ciii^9 ciQ(^ 99iqi;P9 39$ 9di^ 

9eS9 —2, A title given by Rajas to 

pandits^ dancers and singers. 9* 9.-^ 

(^^199)^ — 3Q ^9% q9.fi)«>l; ^^ q^l— The 

[«^qfil§t — 69«». 9. %8j furnishing of the 

hall or place of a meeting. 

€[«|«ft9 9Q9I— 69, ^ — ^ I 9^69 ^jago e9IQ 9^ 
Sabha mapdana karibS $99 ^9^ GQfillQ ^^ 

(q^qg^l — «9*I%,9) 9»^'efl|§9 9991—1. To 

^f^ "H^^W^ adorn or graee a meeting by one's 

CTFrmT^ ^^HT presence or by one's ^feats and 

aooomplishments* 9 I 99 ^9% ^19991 


91^ 9€9 999! — 2. To furnish the place- 
or hall of a meeting* 

9g W€i\ - e9. ^-—9^69 9<$9 e99i? 9991 QfO' 
Sabha masina 9*I9$S 9H q^ai 91 39 — Long 
JJ^^ 3T^ mats which are spread to seat many 
mJl ft^TTT persons (gathered for a meeting or 

for other occasions)* 

q^Qq-^- 9— (f^l 9S,)— «9a a?ie*€i99 9l 01*9 
Sabharambha 39^ — The opening of the 

proceedings of a meeting- 

€I9!9 9l3*f(9^) - 69. 9^—3^69 asqoai^ 99^9 
Sabbara karjja (karma) aeq091 «9 9^— 

(^^9 9is?i|9ft— aO'!^^) The proceedings of a 
T^t^ ^1^ ^«r*F*T«5 meeting. 

d^Q Qm 999^—69. 9.— «99 a«e9€!»CQ €ll9t 
Sabhl^ra karjya bibarana Q|9) ciQQQQi 91 ggl9l9 

QQQ 9101199 99Q« > _aa«Qg ?<!:. ®l^ ^^" 

'i'©!^ ^1^ ft^^ «ii®iC9 91 g^gsQ a39^ e9iQ 

^WT^^rn^ ^f^tjjr Q«l §<l) — The minutes or 

record of the proceedings of a meeting; 

the proceedings of a meeting. 

QQQ 91<2i 999ffll — S9. 9 — SQQ 5:5969- 399 9\^ 
Sabhara karjya bibaranl 999^ 69*1 9G9 
>r»f^ ^t^ ft^?*fl ( <ge9 39a€'*9 i 3^19999 
gWI^ ^t4i ftl^^t ^laQ 969)— Tbe proceedings- 
book o£ a meeting*. 

gg9 9'Q^i9a 999«1^ <a^Q ®*9'^' 1 ggj^og 
993^ t9®> «^^ sai^Qi? 9a J * 

QQQ 91^^19^-69. 9~a€Ji9fl (eQ«l) 

Sabhara kSrjy^rambba Sabharambha (See) 

gq9 Qicin' Q9Q^1 ^99 G§91— 69' 9— a?9S^ 
Sabhara kSrjya bibarani a^S9€19Q 9§9® 9lsaSl- 
gxuhita heba 9Q9.999€ 99J)99€(1 a^^9€!969 

(3^9 egi99£r^qi3€9S>i — aQ'i^a) €^33939*1^99' 

^1^5 ^^ ft^ ^^ ^^ €'9^69 909 6919 919^ 
^*n*t «T*§ f§l^<# ^!^ €t5|T 09^ ?19l 9919 6991- 
The proceedings of a meeting being 
read and confirmed; the eonfirmatioa 
of the proceedings of a meeting at the 
next meeting after the record thereof 
is read at the latter meeting. 


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QQQ 9QIQCH 


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QQ(Q)0 


SabhSta nirddharaiia glO<^9lq $1§Q O^QIq^Q) 
*I^U ft^it?I*l gglQ— The resolntions passed at 
H^WST ftsBS*^ a meeting. 

SabhSra prastaba aecaoQI 6 O^qo 6^9ai§© 
^^1^1 «l^t^ ^eq — Proposals brought forward 
^l*TOT SW^cj for discussion at a meeting^ 

^qe^ie^— SQl.^. 9«— weaQSQ — At the end of 
Sabba sesbe every thing; at last, 

Sabhasad v 1 gga q^gQ GQ 60iae$?9l ©96$ 
(q^SQ — G<>/^a) Q\n^-^ q^*i — 1- Member of an 
assembly cr society^ ^ I ^-g©©; gg SIQ 
C^a^l aiQ st^^OI €a©5?!gft— 2. The 
audience or spectators of a gathering. 
^ I Q©q^6Q Q^Q Ql^Q'Si q©|C^ 91913*1 

9€^9i aiQ qeiQ- qs©iQ©^ 21^9^!^^^ 69q^ 

Q^.O^ Q'l^Clfi— 3. A body of persons 

selected by a king to belp him in his 

judicial acta. (^51 — <i9|Q«r ««il ^'5 *■ ^1 9 


q9i©l ) 9^— ^ I ^g'ft 01^991 (919) — 
Going to join a laeetin?. 5 | 99- 

2» Wise. 

SabhSsada Sabhasad (see) 

Sabha samiti «. | 9^ ao— 1 Meetings, 5 | ^8% 

(S 09 ggg|»— 2 Big and small meetings; 

assemblies and committees, 

Sabba agna aQGQ Sa^ — Youngest-, smallest; 
^^ 2^ lesser (in point of shape, age, posi- 
^^^^ tion eto)^ 

Sabha&iQa ^QGSi QQ*^ — Present at a meet- 
(aq^lQI— ^1) ing; attending a meeting; seated 

at a meeting, 

S€^ig,!Q — «- 9. 0*— («g+S. yi^=a!®!QQ ©€?9!+ 

Sabha stara ©^ g) — q^*»5 ^^^9^— A member 

of an assembly. 

SabhS sthala(sth5aa) The place of a meeting* 

the venue of a meeting. 

gQ<l (-0% Gi^, Qi^) GQ. q©©|fl— (ff, g^; ^Ig"©!©©) 
3abhie(en, ye, yen) QOG^ — A . [^ — €9^* GOa 

i?i%, 5)^5t^ GGgf esqg 9^, w@ ©iq ©nj 
Q^^ ©99 9^<f — 9|9*^ q©igQ© £!«?; ©qi© 

B^% 91© GQI 1 Q©©t^ GiaG© 99^ g°3lGQ^ 
9Q<] Q^^l q© GCIt— ©1©^^ Q^ ©«^©- 

€©«n ] 

g€)(qO©— q% 9. a, — (^q+sj©)— -^ 1 <jm© agaia^ 

Sabhi{bhi)ka t?^ GQOQ 3^9©— 1. The presi- 
dent of a council of gamblers; the chief 
man in a company of gamblers; the 
chief of gamesters, 5 I "gi©^!®! q9© 

aiifl — The keeper of a gaming house, 

[5 — ©IQ© 6 ait©© ©•» ^QO©" ©^©^i 6 ©©- 

aa* (0i$©»j?H ^9i^tti-5°<., a©uaq ^W- 
9«>$r):— QQ© ©QGOQqqG© a^-ie©i ©qg© 
6 8€]|©i6 6 © aG$ifi© st©<ii©<i €^a©©€ 
G«©loc5_ GaidlQG© I €«oci «i^ e»o qgi^ 
«^© ,G9G«^ 3Q© ^©©?i », <S' «.o^€j ©q 


9CQ' 


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qQ^Ot 


«>qaQ Q$9i stQ 9Q0 oior a^Q ®^qo a'^ci 

9010° q»9 6^69 I q91Qgq.QJd 919696;^ 
ii^ ^SQ^ eillQIO aiGQ SIQi^ eqQ 6Q69 I 
Qfl'oaieQ ^d 6^^ 9I9Q ^Cfl QIQ ^BgQ 
Q9|i^ a^fil^iO Q€Q <£IC) q»l Q^910€Q Q^' . 

aeo] ggq €QG9 oi§ 6 ^%«Q <?^ eQc«> 

Sabhinka ' Of all. 

^«|©(©)— 6Q. W^ (5i^l ^Q^")- ^ I qqgftj-To all. 
Sabhmki(nku) 5 l ^a^iJ aSQQI— 2. Of all; than 
^^^TC^ all others^ [ Q— a^© Gg ^Qif Q» 

^QGq—eQ* Q5>' (^. 9G**)— gflGg— 

Sabhiye AlU 

3i;gsc5i [gj— aq© q^ G^a aiGq, fi^sa gf Q 

£i«9— ^. «i. q!^ («^i+fiii ©)— gQ« ( GQa ) 

Sabhika Sabhika ( See ) 

«^€l«6(q). W»i9 (3, ^^'ia^i; f^l ©©J— 

^abhuri g^Q; Qflg^Q— Of all, 

Sabbe All. 

geQ©9— 3, Q^ (9q1 «>®^— g«5iQ S^aq^— 
Sabhochita Fit for an assembly. 

a, ©- qf— 9|© ( gsiG^lQ )— A learned 

person. 
«i€iM— g». ^^. qf (q€ii+^it/^aa*GQ. a)— t i giqi©© — 

Sabhya 1, Sociable; sociaL 9 I 3€iiGQ G9la 
^g^«j|--.^1j GQQI (Q^g) - 2. Attending a meet- 
ing •» I qi^QJQ— 3. Of good or honeat 

nature. VI ^9S 8^; ^^ ^»®— 
4, GenSe; polite,' conrteous. » I a«i®9 


^Id^^d ^€>9Q Q99 — 5. Oiyilisedj polished, 
~9 \ 0«a& — 6. Trustworthy; reliable- ^ | 
^QVaT^ — 7* Of noble birth. ^ t | qqq 
91 g5i|©€^ 4^20Q — a. Good for society or 
assembly. q | ^Q| q^^i^J gOi g5|,<&lq — 
9, Relating to an assembly or sowety,; 
e* Ifg^OQQ— 10, Gambling, t^ r^®IQ9 
(©SIdGl)— 11. Cheated.^ 9— 1. 1 <^9^} 
ffaQ — 1, Gamester^ ^1 g^lQ gqqiQj 
G®l^9 qSilGQ gi^Q Q*)^'— 2. A mem- 
ber of a society- • i q^^ieOj QQq*:^— 
3. A person attending or taking part in 
a meeting. [Q— g?i*tq|eo ©Ift^ SIGCl a 
99^6«5 <3 q^RiQ® 69 <jac? g.^lC16^ f 
9^^*?* q9l€)iQ«^ l] V I ^«»— 4. A good 
man, * | €^0^G«39 — 5» -^ gentleman, ^ I 
^q1» ^M^ — ^6. A person of EonOUrable 
parentage (Apte). 91 <g<l5> q<i?ia*(a— 
7; The keeper of gaming house (Apte), 
r I geift Qcjei ©^gq gi^i^n «s?*l alQ* 

Sig_^ ***§" — S. An assessor (Apte). - :«j |~ 
M^A'Si ^Wi-sa 91? — 9- An assistant at an 
assembly (Apte), ^i \ (^Qi q^lyao* ^S»1 
—^10. The servant of the keeper of a 
gaming house (Apte). et I aSlo" 9H*i^ 
<lQ©q— 11. Name of one of the fire 
sacred flfes (Apte). 

g€4*1 9616^— 9^ Q (®^dO— ^ I ^^i"* qflifi^— !• Poli§h-t: 
Sabhya jagat ed society; the civilised world, 
^ I ^2 ^^§>^^~~2. All civilised persons^ 

Sabhya jana Gentleman. 

:3abhyata(twa) L Sociableaess. ^ I Q591 — 
2. Polished manners. "^ ! S^ISIQ; e5]S"»f 
—3. Politeness; good manners. "^I ^Iflf^© 
^§9*^—4. Social excellence, ^| gtOS ^© 
(S Qs^^iQ —5, Polished manners; good 
taste. ^ I si9S«ij ©90, QQQ, 1?J^**^ ^^^ 

ai«Q G*?% q§€R f QS^Q' ^i^QS^*^ 9'>*'9IQ€1^ 

6$©S9-'a. Excellencft of iMud at^ coti- 

^ -^uct due to one^ foibwiiig th& various 


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arts and sciences. 9 I ClIQ^f 990IQ 0^\ 
agslao 6 aiag oqpQ eq^ QI^I— 7, Civi- 
lisation, r ( 6Q9 9^106^ ^999 Od«l 
^ q^— 8. Fellowship. 

Sabh^atlnumata 1 . Conformable to the 
9Q*1^|<r6^l<^S> "^ usages of the civilised 
si^'J©! Q^s /a??*fQa] or polished society. 

[qQ'^l ©%^— ^^«] 2. Approved by the 

civilised -wcrldi according to the eti- 

qnettes of polished society. 

afik-^igig— ^. ^^- q* (^^^i ©©,)— <a«5*i5 go ^^^^ 

SabhyatSprSpta G'JtQae— Civilised. 

Sabhyata babtrbhtlta 9I^€) ©aqj©— Opposed 
gQ%>l «)€I9© 7 *° '^^ '^^^^^^ °^ civilised 

fiabhya nirbacbana 91 efl^tQ qq— Selection 

5f»j^W M!I>»^W T or election of a member 

for a society or assembly, 

0«l«1 fikQ-f— 69' etfl' (<l^ef© Q9QQ) — 1 I ^9,— 
Sabhya bbabya ' 1. Gkntlej polite. J ] S^ 6 
^'ftj^^ y ^l*W3^ €119 — 2. Polite and gentle. 

Sabhyatsloka «l649j CIGe^9 96Cr ^Q9I oq- 

QQI QQIQI— Civilieation compared to 

lights the light of civilisation. 

CJQM «fll©— e. 9. (^^1 «©,)—« I QQ'^ 9T93|Q<?€1 

Sabhya samaja gfl!&— 1. Civilised society. 

2. The civilised persons, *> I SQOQ 

gig 691 Q«9§ — 3 The civilised world; 
that part of the world's population 

which is civilised. 

dC^** e9Qi-^69* §-^ I ««?! flS«9Q a<^Q 9t99lSi6Q 
Sabhya heba q^9 6991 — 1- To be civilised. 

2. To learn iEi8nners»( ^ I ^Q^QI^CI9 


9*f99IQ 9Q9I— 3. '^'o act politely. v i 
9^aQ 6991— 4. To be shaven, [q^ — 

«Q9^ (^ 9a^ 649^169 3aQ 9 69lfi 
^^69 ^9 d 9« 23P 991^ ! <g SQIg 
^9 6991 aae9 '99j 6991* 91 Q«i*f 

6991 6195® 9<3 1] 

Sabbrama Having mistakes; erroneous 

eQ65» -SQ. ^ 9^, («. ggq^fl*)— « I a««(^ aQQSQ- 
Sabhrame 1, Very fondly [€&— fllOI %q9 
^wsi ^<s ^§_, «9^eq 691969 9gm — ©Qftia: 
«am# s«*5n^" qQ9o] -» i (?. q g) 

9199 69tQ; 9-ig39*ig 69IQ--2. With 
much agitation; much agitated or 
confused. [^— gj^es ^Cfift 69 9t3'<3t 

39 6Q 96(!^ 6919 d@ 

—J ■ rt 

— ©9<5ia. Q990] 

Ciajesll^)— », — e l 9Q^ S99! l- To be equal. 9 i 

SamCrOot) 99Q 6991^—2. To be confused 

or agitated (Apte) « I 999 o 6991— 

3. Not to be oonfused or agitated 

(Apte) 
gc!^— ^. Q9g? (691 ai®+9§ aflj — 8€i!?<i Qaac*"- 
Sam A prefix to verbs and verbal deriva- 
tivee. [9^ I <i9l 091 dl9 91 «9 Q6V 
q^ 691© 39 ^%^ ^^ d <I9 QQafl*" 919 
@P^39 aaaio gGgi99 90 1 2il^ 36<3- 
^gfl^' eQi9 69C9 'G^ 31969 69699 
§969 « a?gi9 ^< <$ 69699 ga69 q 
890^1 6>^d 6>9'1s^ a$9l39 94 qa ^tQ€] 
9Q €^9 agQ q6Cr 999iq qSiaK t 921| — 
ga^+©q=a9q 91 ^8^^; 3«,+qs='^qs, 
«fl^ + 9l9 — «9I^Qt «9I9; ^a^^+QS'-S* — 

«o/9 9i Q«^9, gfl^+ 219—^310 Q®**!^; 

•09 ^939^ ©fl, 69e«9 «ae9 9*19f ^ 9<33= 
« I 9fl*t9j 9609 — 1. Espeoiallyj much. 
9 I ae^^ea — 2. Fully; perfectly, (gai- 
3aiQ9, ffgqiQtf*; ^qgi^o) « ( <9^3 <J9 
^g>«^3. Together with; simultandously. 

(0a!— g'qasi, gnQ9'«i9l9^ ^^3) « » 
wfllaes^— 4, Near- (ooi— q%a"a9) ^ 
aoq«iC9j ^^i^'^fiQj . aaeQ— 5. l^ front 
of; before- (^211—^^3 9^6 )— J» t 


^m\ 


( -rtx9 ) 


w 


»€«*C»3 «l*a© — 8. Connectioifc 51 flOQ — 

7. Union, (oeii — flflla^ a^i'OQ) r i 99%— 

8. Excellent, (aai — Q»Q9tfl) tf 1 ao^l^— 
9, Very; much; excessively, (sai — ^S^IS^ 
9^19) v» i ^Qfl^69— 10. Very well. 
il I q?»l»i ftfift'i — 1^- Equal; similar. 

12* Beautiful, (Qffll — seqiQj acrq^ qf,|0 
gai«f«, 5131*) t.«» I qfl9 — 13. Multitude 
(gai — qqiQi) tv I aea^«— 14(. Embrace. 

Sam-ja SamajS (See) 

W^(^)— gi€Q- m«lQ) ^- ^o—qq©-- One's 

gani-di(dhi) son's or daughter's father-in-law, 

gfljaloV-916'9- (i^QSl) ^. ^1- qq^^^l— One's son's 
Sam-dhia or daughter's mother-in-law, 

Sam-n5 A species of grass. 

Sam-sa(6e)r-jang The title of the prime-mini- 
ster of Nepal. 

fii^— «. ^— (a?J^fcii^— ^^-^ G9«>i+®ii a) (««Qi 

Mh; «99^1. Similar; like. [g$— 0©60 

^§If^ q^g] ^ I QfllO— 2 Equal. -*» I 
(^91 ^1) S«^; QQ9— 3- Same; identical, is \ 
(aqg, 9«?!— ^a^»] (a^«^) ^^i SQiO (a*«ii)— 4. 

Even (number), [<^— 60^ g»«!«ll 9 9e!^lQ 

gqg^ gqg — 5, Complete^ whole; sTl^ ent- 
ire (Apte). 9 I a^©^ — 6. Even; 
plane (Apte). 9i «$|.J— 7.Completed;full. 

H30Q ayoig (Q-t^)— S- t^ person) 
Equal in stattis or social position. 
t I qTOCa— 9. Level (Apte), ^o i ^09} 
%^10. Straight (Aptrf. <^ I OlIi^QQ- 


12. Just; upright (Apte), («» | asggigi 

13. Impartial (Apte). vs I gG©%»— 1^» 
Every; each (Apte). e« I Ciq©l9g» — 
15. Indifferent; nmnoved (Apte^ \^ | 
aoi6«W^^6. Suitable (Apte). t.^ | 
^y|©»© — 17« Convenient (A^e). ^. ^ 

(a»« qqoL ga§) ^ I (€»§©) Qcfqa ttof^- 

1. (Mathematics) A line drawn over a 
number for extracting the square root 
thereof. 5 I e«-&Q <?Q'ero— 2. Calculated 
area of a geometrical figure or field. 

^Q\Q^ 9^91^ a^^Q 9|9qQ Sig^iqq'QQ 
— 3, A rhetorical figure in which fe^o 
difFerent objects are identified by indi- 
cation of a suitable action. [Q9!'^^— 

9^1 gSQ- <69 ^^^^ QQ^9| 

« I (gal«) €>!« s^aeQ -QaaQi gmI gqiq^— 

4- (music) Beat of the maximum strees, 

» I ( qd-lQ ) «>i»Q gei9t s^g^sj aiQ^ ^^— 
5. ( masio ) The origin of a cadence. 

9 1 ( Gc^iiea ) ^^3 w^, ©oil, «9. qoQ <$ 

fliQ q^i^Q QlalQtf) c^lfl— 6. Name of the 
even numbered zodiacal signs ( Apte ), 
9 I gqso SGQflj a^<S^Q gio — 7. A level 
plain> a flat country (Apte). ST. 5» P^ — 
t 1 QCioQil^lQGQ; 36^ — 1- Accompanied 
by; in oompany withj together with 
( Apte ). 9 I q^lff ^QGQ— »2. Equally 
( Apte ). » I 993 €q§ g^lGQ— 3. Like^ 
similarly; in the same manner X Apte ). 
VI q^^^QGa— 4. Bntirelyi com^cfcely 
( Apte ). ♦ I <» filflClGQ— 5, Simulta- 
neoualgrj all at once ( Apte )• GQ. 9 — 


^^^ Q(^9 


( ^^«- ) 


g^e^icT^^d 


«(9qi— Simile. [ Q— OI9l^ 6Q0I ^ 

QQ^aio I] 

Sama udita Appearing, [q— 601 «§ » qq €^09 
'I?!^ ^^;^ a€Q flQO — giol. QQQIQ^ I ] 

Saxuakaksba g&CQjQQ) lai^lQ^ ^<$9Q3 9^,199 
=qqio Ofl=£|©eQidl3 gsJdi ) — ^ i ^'j — 
1. Similar. > i geeatQ — 2. Rival. 
^ I %^1 Q«99^— 3. Of equal strength. 
« I gq|P CoIqq 9ia^gl^i€j--4. Ofeqaal 
position or status. » | gq^o g|Q<^1— 
5» An eqaally atrong rival; a niatcb« 
gflQ9(9)— CQ. 9« ( g*. qqQs )— gqg>Q ( GQfii ) 

Samakachha(chchha) Samakaksha (See ) 

^« 9§9©— 6Q* ^ (^6€ii« )— g^ q^a ( 6Qa ) 
Sama katibandba Sama mandala { See ) 

Saioa kanyS ©Qti) -^©|<g>aiQ' q^J CSIQSl ^fliq; 

99l69ia^t^l 9te9l — A maid who has 

arrived at the full age for marriage; 

[g590*l©i — SOi^q] a girl of marriageable age. 

^flOfll— ^- 9« ( ^^%^> 3fl+<4ffj ^Q{• K<^ )— 

Samakarma %CiS O^qi^ — Acting similarly. 

Sama kala One time; the same time or moment. 

ea oiOQ^I— e* $^; q? ( qqQi»+9«»^ di$+o§. 

Sama kalabartti QCJ t^l. ^q)— gggio© (GQCl) 
( qq oiQQ^'cg—^l ) Samakalika ( See ) 

Samakalika qai^gq 9Qi;)IO; 3191 <]&g^q&Q 
< qq(?iaiff— a»*)^9 ) O^S — Contemporary, 

qSQIOQI \ A happening Or existing at the 

qq©lQlQI > same time; simultaneouSi 

caeval. 

^91 91€QiqCi.— »• $«» ( 9fl1 ®®, ) — <l©qq^eQ 910— 

Sama kalotpanna Bern at the same time. 

( gq giCAiqqji— W ) 

Sama kxut Gold; catarrh, 

€[fle9Q,9— q*. "^ ( 35ie««^+Q© )— qq^q* 

-Samakeudrika e^d'^^l GSfif S^^qiO^Q 69Q, 

eOf-O— Concentric. 


Samakendril^a b^atta ^^-i^Goncentric circles* 
Qfl G9(^— q*. ^ (©119©) — qQQeQfll €^96© 9^1 OR,- 

Sama kona g©CQ a©t ^QQGQ^I Q^|i^qi<9 €96Q 
€Q«iQ 'jQ'9i^*'CQ ea«r "SQ €©l^ ©I© §<I— 
(geometry) Right angle, [ Qt — QO 
<Q qQQ eQ^I 7I0*< <]Q QQCa €Q«1| QQGQ 

«^9 QfitJ^qiQ g^o 6«j$ii$ Qq 6Q0I 6 

«»q eQ«l<i %a Ql 9ft 6Q«I <!<? 369i© 

qa^o eQi«% gfl€©i^ eQiqai-o i eait<3 

^^^ C9Q,% C^99€} eQiQ<$ f;^q,Q©€Q 6dQ 

V? gqe©!^ -g^i i a^y©© ©90Q a^Qia^ 
Gai?< gqsQi^) ^o 9gl6Q Q^^ ©q QiQsig 

^9 I €369 QS^tCjqiQ GGfilS - €6I'Q G9M 
€9Q9 69IQ 9ft €Q^ I ^aSQ 8€@ ^969 
Q$iqql9 G©fi}|Q ^Qq Ql^'^a 691^ 9^ QqiQ 
9 C9IQ €ai^<3 99 <$ 601 t<l gto ^< I 

gqe9i^o[^99 $9i€<$ ^ft 691^ <$-esi$ 

G91^4 ^ G9I« C9IQQI<i I ] -^ . 

«?«OlflO— «% 9« { q«e9l« + Q9 )— ^ I ( 9119© ) 

Samakonika gq^gidl g^^lq — 1- ( geometry ) 

Relating to right angles ^ rectangular* 

9 I ( 9*11^© ) 9qc9I«1; CflQ* €9^ (99^*9, 

^^9)GQ gqG9lfl ai<l— 2. ( geometry ) 
Having a right angle or angles. 

Samakonl — ea^ ^^^^ ( ^^J ^€^S*, ©^^9)9 

qaJGQ <19 01 ©G9IU9 «iqC9l« ai<3 — 

Right angled; rectangular (figure), 

gcie9l€il ^'^©-g'. 9 (9^1^©)— 696^* ^Q9Q GCIIfO 
SamakonI tribhuja €91^ SflG9l« aG% — Right- 
'PIC^^ fe^ angled triangle, [ Qi — <]§ 

^^^m fil3i^ ^€^»Q 519*1 ^t 691^ ^ 69!^ 

8G$ 1 ?c;(9Q eai9<i 919 sq^q qqq 9^ 6 

^ittq9G9 ^99 G9G9 9191 Q^G9I^1 1^9 
90 I £9^ d^9€9 GQItO |Q G9!€) eiM 
91$ ^9G9lel ^^ G9l9gl< 6 €Q^ ^^3^99 

©€>^ai9gi9 69i€ ,^ 691^ 9191% ge59l«1 
^^(9 €9iq^t<» I 


4$) Goia 


( rt^ ) 


9^3 999 


ea$ 95!ewtfil ^^99. 5? ^i*? gflio eiw 
«ifl GQio— «. ©. a* C^^Qi^^; qqsscac^Q ae» sqio 

Sama kola =G«I9 J3I9IQ) — «Sj ^©Cf^; 919 — 

Snake; serpent. 

SamakoBhthamiti ^ggg— A process of extrac- 
ting the area or superficial contents of 
a plot. [5_a* <g©aiiOGQ ^Q. 99a\^ 
(superficial contents) 9\^\Q QQ9I QIQ 
Q9e9l^9Q''Qlfl9«qr99 gQ^ 69iQ«S K^^Q 

^9q QQqitfi g5>Gfi> a^lQiB qisq— e«.eoiQ] 
g«©(^)— e. 9« (qflss^Q** qss+«o©^ t]iq(^=C!C»o 

Samakna(kta) 0901 +©§. ©)— e I ^Q** ^€9 
«9ai§0— 1. Similarly situated. 9 I ^Q<! 
QSa aGQQiq;— 2. Moving similarly. «) I 
<i* «|fli^e« Quel's] — 3» Moving simul- 
taneously. -(J 1 S©I?t} ^Cr© — ^. Attached 
to each otherj joined together. 

Sama kwatha ©ft 39^^316^ eil^esf Q9^<^^i99l 
©la— A decoction which, is brought 
down from the oven when one eighth 
of the original liquid is remaining. 

Samakriya ^i^l ^5^ — Acting similarly^ 

Samaksha OSQ a€j^Si«-qqs<'j aQ»(ql ^5* Qqis) 

— aj| «eQj alf aaeQ3 qifloiGQ; g®iS3 

aggij—Before; in the presence of; he- 
fore the very eyes of; within the sight of, 
^^— giqoiGQ €Qeti99i; g©«|8— 

Visible; in sight. 

Qi^Gfl — 6<5>. ^. ^^ ( ^' ^^'fe" )— QWG«G«j aa^i a^ 
Samakshe asiGQ— In the sight of, before 
(QflSSCl— SQ^QQ) the very eyes of; in front of 

afl Q«0— <I. 9 ( qfl— 35liO+€l«-iQI«H-W )— 9«fl 
Sama gandhaka aO'^A prepared incense; a 
compounded incense for fumigating. 


W €119— B*. ^ (o«fyi)— 1 1 casj a^Q a^ WQ 

Sama khata gt^qiO qfllO— 1. An excavation 
or pit with all its sides equal; a pit of 
equal length, breadth and depth. ; ( 

(^© €!§«>) eeeT a^Q ai^W qo g^ 

©Q^Q^qii^qo ( 9<IGQI€I )— 2- (algebra) 

Cylendrical pit. 

ga aw— ^^ ^ (Qfl+a«+as aaeQ qo) — g^dlQi 

Sama gandhika €9^1 fljS — The fragrant roo^ 
of the Andropogen Murioatus grass, 
q% $«!— <jfi^t Q^ ^f^— Having similar 

smelL 

Samagaia daha(pata) 9l^jqQ*^0— Name of a 
shallow expanse of water near the 
town of Pari. [9 - <?ISQ 99I0GO 9|^ 

qQ9^Q 6Q« l] [6^ — ^ I ^e® ^1S) «itG© 

9IG^ 'S^g '§'^1 QQ^ 9qa aqiGQ GQio 1 

gqoiQ—GQ, §«— QftiO; q(ja— Equal. [Q— oa»9 
SamagSra gc>tf^SI 0*qg«5<®5 1^^ ^^^ ^''^'^ 

eflqs— «•• « ( ©tfai )— <a3!0 ^1 qciiq.^ ^Similar 
Samaguijia property. §«. (qq=»3fll«? 06* q«l 

Of similar property or atttribute- 

esqfi GiOK^D— 9^ 9 ( a?;® )— gqI^ qqg qS^^ 

Samaguna 3rer^I(nI) gG©*f9 9ClQ§ilq^ 3§Q g?llO 
«^8|B aio— (Arithmetic) A geometrical 

progression, 

Samagra ©|j. a)— t i qgg; 9^Q|i^ qQO— 

1. AUi entirej whole. > I 9«9^€— 

2. Complete^ fulL 

Samagra ]amaka A kind of alliteration. 

[G_696|f QQ»I6Q 9QG® 9l€i*»9l€l 9| 9$ 

^—^QQ GQIQQQ qQQ %Q QQ f QQ 9Q* 

sQaQ QcflQ 9QIQ gcflQ Sqqq— 
eaiciQ alQQQ e^iQ— aoq^i. ^a€>9w3 1] 


^6KI 


( HL^» ) 


qoeq 9Q0t 


fl^l#— CQ. 9— t I gqoq (6Q« )— 1. S amagarl (See) 

Samanga > I SlSd ^699—2. A kind o^ 

medicine. 

Samaaga ^qsi ewi+«t+®+'* )~^'^*> 
^Ql— -The Indian madder creeper; 
Rubia Munjistha; Rubia Cordifolia. 
? I €iSI^^OI— 2. A bushy orteper; 
Mimosa Fudica. «> I QIQI; -<I9^IQ ^W 
Ql^ — 3. A kind of sweet scented grass; 
Andropogen Schaeonanthes. v i ^q9 
8^8e6fl«; ^€{|S9fi*> Wlal— 4. A kind of 
sweet scented busbj Pavonta Odorftta. 

Sama chaturasra +ag «l^) — (9l!3©) Q^^ 

(gqO^S— «€*•• ^* ^Q) 689— A Bquare. 9«- 
aQ ^Q€j9 — Equal or even on all 

sides. 

Sama chaturbShu Q<^^1q) (d^ld®) SQ^ e^''<9»S) 

Iff Qie Ql^ gqio— A sqoare. q«. qh^iq 

(9« Q%q(^^— aOt%9) S^ *l? W|»— Square. 

€191 ©^Wlffl— «• * <$ 9«— (9fl— gaio «6* o8€^i« 

Sama ebatushkona flt^lQ) — (<^'*iqQ) G9ef O^- 

^^i&Q 'wfQI© eOI« ^flGOI«— A rectangle. 

Samachifcta 39*^ ftROQ© — Looking equally 
(05l©^l— %l) 0*1 all things. 

Q« q@ — 60 €i^.—95iQ^1— Impartial. [^— «ai 
Sama chahan o 0$^^ qqs SQI9^, Q^04£q 

Samaja Qo; egqq*? — A herd of beasts. { ^ — 
^i^Wt 9& eOG® 6C1I9 «Q gefil ©9 qS^^qgQ G«OiQ 

2% A crowd or number of ioola, m \ qq.^ 
3. Forest g^. ^. (^o. gg-j-^ a|^ qi ^y 

^ai ©I ■*• ComprebensKHi; thorough 


understanding; thorough grasp of a 
matter. > i eoia^2. Understanding 
sense; appreciation; common sense. 
* I ^eoool— 3, Consideration, v| aeS^^Hd 
4, Comprehension of the meaniog of 

any- things 
35l(fl)SvOq(€Q)C5^|-GQ. «". (Sl99^a)— MWQ^ki 
Sanaa(mu)j kara(re)ibi (gQS) — Samajaiba (See) 

Sama<mu)]a karibS Samajiba (See) 

Sama(mu)j-Cjh)-dar t \ €0 €©!«§ «i«q<j €^^9^69' 
[cfl(g)S«5»lQ3— aQ'^qg] SJ^^-j 5^l^|. €9 ^^ 
(gp[g]o'i<?|QaS — ll) 9ieQ-l. Aperson who under- 
[ggQQig — ^] fitands or dives into every 
iPT5ft3 matter; sensible; appreciating) having 
cnnT^I^ etrong common senoe. 9 \ ^^qi^— 

2, Intelligent^ grasping. « t 9« 

3. Wise, * I ^^09—4 Considerate. 
3q(fl)9 QfQl — GQ.«'— (eot^g ©91^) GQiaaq<i g99i; 

Sama(mu)ja paidibS ^gjiQ^i— .To be under- 

^^tsitt H^iwf WWr stood; to be compre- 

hended. 
g5^{fl)S€Q a89l— gq- «— ^ I 5§^i; fqt^v^ 
Sama(mu)jare aikiba ©qqi— -1. To uoder- 

^, ^«f?PR ^ stand; to comprehend, 

^mi|«^91^ 3 I 5?OI<8 GO^I gQ^I— 2, To try 

to understand. 

i?aina(mu)jare asiba To be understood. 

Sama(mn)ja(jfaa)sa 1. Accomplishment. > | 

^n;T*a^ 2. Reconoiliation; conoiliatton. • | 
gPWQGif. ^gfiQQi— 3. Explaining a 
matter. Q^. (g». qflSS)— e 1 g.^jg§ 

^m^, ^^^^ qqcroj gql©!©— l- Reasonable^. 

g^"*ra rationaf. j | aqp©; €$©a— 2. Proper. 

gfl(9)iJ»g ^Qi— GQ- ^— 1 1 G©T^9 .WK?% gfltaig 

S'amaCmuyjasa Variba gQ^|— i, T&'^bring about 
fsiftNlt ^ a reconoiliation of any dkpate. 
e>r'99 W^^ J I 5l«EIQ9li gq0IQ9l-"2. \To 
^pnwr explain. 


qp(^)9l 


r^9t ) 


9Qi« 


J^aa3a(tnu)ja ©llf^l) — 5?9!;?39©OI— Dnderstand- 
^^, t^Wl ing;compreliendin^. €5^-Qfl9Qio(6QCi) 
^^mw — S^majadara (See) 

Qfl(fi)QI(Sl,GS,€©)QQI— GQ- ^ (^^ gq + aa»j9fl©©* 
Sama(mu)ja(jliS, jhe,je)iba ^CJQ ^Q«J ^e)-<.l 

^srarsTT CiQCi^i — 1. To cause to understand; to 
make a person ^understand or grasp a 
matter. (Q-©ec;SQ 699 ©l"^!^ ati^ia I 
<il^«'S'. flS-I^Qa'O 3! aa'^^IQQl— 2. To 
explain the meaning^ "^ I ?^ ^1 QQQ^€3 
©§^1-3. To speak in detail. C Q— ^§ 

«QS1» «s 5? 9i€^ oi§, ^e^ s^ii/l ei;^i§ 

Q9 6QIGQ 9q9lQ I ^Q9| f^^?l q^li^^ l) 
^ I g^i^IQ^I; 5CrtQ9|— 4, To persuade. 

(Q— GO© GQOicj giQ, ©9©i gq©i^ i QoyS* 

«G€iiq®5r^ Q cil© I) 

€I9^(^,©|(€>) — G-9. e^. %«— 9q©qi!Sl (GQa) 
Sama(mu)ja(]i) Samajadara. (See) 

(9q©5i— sjoiga) [qflSi^ qqsQs^— il] 

Qfl(a)5;iIQg-G<?. ^ — ^ l ^qftQ (coei)— 1. Samajasa. 
Sama(mu)jaisa (See) 5 1 G$§^9; c^iia*!! — 
(^9[q]®l9— a»*f^9) ^ 2. Explanation- 

€]« ©i€l — «**. «P (©^tll)— O^ G^sl -Odc and the 
Sama jati sajne cl&ss. 9tf (^^^l^) — sq 9131!^ 

(GQ«)— Samajatiya. (See) 

Qfl QIQiq — 9«>- ^<* (9q»l§;+fi)q)— «. I <3«»iaq — 

Bama jatiya 1, Of one or the same clsss. > 1 

(-aq ©l«li^l— g,l) ^C^H eiQ Q@% — 2. Oi similar 

or equal castej homop:enoas. 

Sama(mu)ja(jba) sania(mu)ji(jhi) "J^IQ^I — 

^^t^%5 ^^T'Rfw 1. Clearly explaining a 
^TT5fRT^jrf*R matter, 5 t SQiQq ^^jQ^t- ^gjl- 
(g^— 3. Mutual explanation, * | 9QgQQ 
ad a^gSi ^9\ — 2, Mutual understand- 
ing of each other's meaning, 

€ifl©(g)— 6Q. ©«. gf— sqji 9« (6Q») 

^n3aji(jhi) SaniajS-adj.(See) 


Sama(mu)3i(]hi)ba — ^ | ^T^§ Q9«^Q 

^^1, ^(?M^) ©a-fij €$Qq§G9 sj^^'i f ^i^srfl 

^tnpTT ggjQi — ].To thoroughly understand or 

grasp a thing, (q— gq©£j 91^* c;9Q 


Q^ I QQqd. OQOI I ) 


> I 


ni 


K 


^^""©1 — ?. To comprehend the meaning 
of a thin^, ( g)- qq©C| 01@ ?»l© ^91 1 
©ea^^. ©o©l 1) •»! (g'.g^s- yiQ^) 9Q|QQ 
aa ^?GQ«>l— 3. To have a mutual clear 
understandiDg. ["5 — OPI^q^GQ q5QQ© 

aeji© ^q '5'f«'© Q€;^£i«i ' «^I9 *€?^iSQ 

Qil 38 « <»!§, <gG9 €^^q^S9 5^©a l] 

gfl\l© €9«?l— ^'^'^ (Ql©QiQ ©^fpt©-!)— ^^ G9©l — 

Sama(mu)ji heba To be underetoM or compre- 

jjsi^T ^t«^1 bended, (^-^gicia G«>iPG«a 0»f| I qq€^ 

ep(ai)fil— e», © (^q=9©«>+ei yis=©i9Qi+©Qtf!, 

Sim8(ma)jna 9^^ J — Renown; reputation. 

eq9-i— fl"- © (^q^^^^^ff+as*. »i?-=€iq© ©q9|4- 

Samajya ?i^QQ«. i3+ Qi GQ^OI^J QCjHqiQo 
<©6» ai«§>) — <. I sqtQ— 1. Society- > f 
9(^—2. Association; assembly; meeting* 

"^ ! ( +*l Q+^ ) Ǥ5 QC8-~3. Fame^ 

reoown, 
ClfiS:(«l;^) — G^- 0— q^Q (GQSi) 
Sania3ha(3h&,jhi) Samaja (Sde) 

Samanjasft Qiata^ ei^lQ ©1' ^a,=^qi©^H" 

ga-i©^ Q©©; gq^S®— ^» Proper; right^ 
> I ^aq^ "2. Fit. «» \ a^ig-^S. Habi- 
tuated; practised. V i a^«5% acit — 
4, Experienced. « I ^9€)©0— 5. Well 
known; acquainted. ^ \ q&O— 6. Good;. 
honest. 9 i 6$^^; Qg^— 7. Good; ex- 
cellent, r I c© 3 aaiei; sQi^— s. Right; 

just. ^ I 3©1 — 9. True; correct* t» i* 
g«SjS^G9 ^a QiCii^QI — 10. Coinciding. 
^^.T^fiiij 9*JS;qqo-*il- Equal; similae., 
q»,Q-tl aG9!96Q ^Ql^iil; 9^1^^ «qWl©5 
cq^lGfl^'— I. Ssttlement oi a dis- 


>o«(t 


( *"^^> ) 


^QO 


putej amicable settlement. 3 \ 3^- 
Q^l-^— 2. Decision, (e^-QQtl ©QQ* 

3. Virtuous person- v I €$^q ^19 — 

4. Good or excellent person. * | €$9- 
QQ\Q^\} Q9q5®l— 5. Fitness; propriety^ 
appropriateness. ^| aiSlia^— 6, C )rrect- 
ness. 9 I «9|^ea ^.s«> — 7. Coiaoidence; 
close union, r I ^^ ©^Q-Q 93gQ ^^^l^^ 
€•$©( aSO fll^rai— S. Settlemeat of a 

matter after mutual explanation or 

understanding- 

SatEaBjasibbata — 1 | a$^^^ ^<5a 9flO— 
l.United; joined together- > I Q^IQ 

e^^^isesi a€;^Q «§© ^^Qja^.'ft©— 2. Re- 

cCDciled- *n 1 GS^* 09 aQ^IGQ Ql giOCQ 

6Q§9Q aogO — 3. So situated as not to 
be harmful to one another. » 1 9QaQ 3© 
q©ai©Q9 ^^SQ a^a©— ^.Appropriately 
or cottYeniently situated as regards 

each other. 

Samaptha Samashtbiia ( See) 

Sama tata q\Q (^^GOiS) — The country along 

jthe sea coast, 
M9 ©ffii — ^. « (Q^ai-y ^fl=g9?i«>+©»)— ^ I qqp -^^ 
Sama tala —1. A level gToand- > I ao©_^ 
©g— 2- Ev(n ground^ plain surface. 

QO«a© §G9j SQ^Q — Even; level; plane. 

Samata(twa) 1. Identity; sameness. 

^ 1 39© Q€9I — 2, Evenness; le vein ess. 
«> i qmn; ^fi^*l«i|-3. Equality. 

Samati ^i% fmfe Consent; agreement. 

Simatikrama 1. Transgression (Apte), 

)— ^«) ^ I Q^Q^il— 2. Omission (Apte). 


Samatirikta Excessivej too much. 

dfisis— Q*, ©« (g?i«=gnH^4-asia)— qq^ipqeg aci®. 

Samatita €©; ©Q© — Past* goue- 

«fl^Q— -3. ©sf ( Q*$5l^; 9q=3qi» sgs®qi=®»q^ 

Samatula ^1 (S©o ai^lQ ) — ^ ) gqiQ <S9Q- 

(^Q^ai — ^1) ^i^ — 1. Of the same or equal 

weight. ^ I ^««^ieQ gqiQ — 2. Equal 

in comparision. ** 1 gqga — 3. Similar* 

equal* 

Qfl OQ— 6Q. ©«— e I ( 3"* qfl^ft ) Sq©a — Level; 

Sama tula plane. 9 I ( 9°^ gfl <S qssi*t ) 6© 

5^^ gqiQ; qQ ^fil ( -^^ QQia' )— ?- Equal or^ 

yn<j<?l similar to one another. 

Samatula(le)ibS To level au uneven surface, 

^^^(9)— 60- ®€i ( g\ qqeT )— ^ 1 gsa— 1. Able. 
SamattaCtwa) 5 1 e^eqg — 2, Fit- *> | Q^'^j 
^1^% cm^^j >i3|^ QQ^1Q^^3. Stronsr- ^ I ( 5,1 ) 

4. ( a girl ) Who is fully developed 

and fit to live with her husband for 

consummation of marriage. 

Samatraja §© — (medicine) A mixture of 
myrobalan, dry ginger and cinnamon in 

equal proportions. 

^U €Q9\&—'3- Q — gq 3^© ( GQ$i ) 

Sama triko^a Sama tribbnja { See ) 

Sama tribhuja ©€* GQlf «|g «J9 qqi© — 

Equilateral triangle. 

Qf^SQ— 9*. «^ q*- ( ^l^lrf^f^ol^. g+dgGi )— 

Samatsara q^Q ^f^ — Spitefulj enviou?. 

Samada 1. Proud. 5 1 q^oi ^g^ 

(qqQI — g,1) 2. intoxicated^ furious. « | giflpQ- 
(qqGQ— «". ^, ^9) $§^—3. Mad with rut 

(Apte), -ff I a© 9909 — i. Delighted? 

glad(Apte)* 


^^GQ 


( rtft* ) 


^^^§^ 


^fl€Q— «^ ^. Q^— Q^99Qie^ — Proudly. 

Samade [q— gqg^ q^T gqeqi ©§^ a«60 G^l^' 

Sama dauda egQi; gCo<i— Army, [gj — gfl5>^ 
Sama darasana (GQSi) — Sama darsana { gee ) 

,^^ QQ^—Q\, ©« (g*- gq^^fl)^ — ^^^€il ( €0« ) 

Sdma darasi Sama datsi ( See ) 

53^'Q9^Q — 3. © (Q^till) — I 1 g^ vSq g© alQ 9filQ 
Sama darsana a^Q Q^ — 1. Moderate or calm 
view of every matter, 9 ( SQaaj© 
(^^ — 2. Impartial view of things, «i | 
©^ ^g^3. Knowledge of the Essence ot 
things, V I q^j ^^^ 6 ^« Q© ^^^ "Ji^ — 
4, Equal look or coDsideration for all, 

<^q QdOl— ©^. q1) «a O 8191®) — 3CIQ€lf ( GQ5I ) 

Samadar9l( See ) 
M^ 9«©1-^. ^ (99 q'€i'q^+^9- ©l) — ^1 aaaai©®)— 
Sama darslta 1. Impartiality , y I ©^QalQ©! — 

2. Moderation in view, " I ^S^WsiOl — 

3. Equal consideration for all. 

Samadarsi esU ^ Q9«i) — <► I aa^aiSl; €9 9^9 

QflQ^^-Umpartial in outlook; indiffer- 
ent to all things, ^ I Cie^OQj ©69^ — 
2. Discerningj considerate; conscien- 
tioas. «! I fcilsj g^Q §i^Q 0.9—3. Moder- 
ate in view. ^ I flffj Q^O — 3. Learned; 

, wise. ♦ I a^eq>idq'a(a; aq^-5. Self- 

knowing. 9 I ©^ Q'a — 6. Acquainted 
with true knowledge o! things. 9 I qei- 

9iet3€i8^— ^^,9Qt— |a,a|f o — »3^i^«— 
©g^i» ao«5r Q© -O® 9^ ft^aa— 7. Look- 
ing on or regarding CYcrything with 
■equanimity; viewing everything 
' r being eqaslly. (€$aQQ^€fl©| — »ltr) 


Sama dalaka =a!«©l+©)— 696^* efl^l €11^^13 
•cjafai^t at«IJ3t| gfll?? — Lamellibran- 
chiata; having both the valves similar; 

bivalve (^hell). 
gfi(g)QI(eiii) gfl(q)©(y)— 6Q"9!(?.^?i(^ 6 qsv'^l)— 9^19 
Sama(ma)da(dha) sama(muldi(dlii) asQ 9Qsy (S 

;g?f* ik^H ^oo 6 aoia ^a* «q^(<3yeQ 03hi§s1 

<5;€9 ^@i? a^cra OQ^) — The act 
of the bridegroom's and the bride's 
fathers embracing and befriending 
each other after the marriage is over. 

Saraadi(dhi) Samudi ( See ) 

oq<s> i] 
ga 9^19— a'. Q^ (q^^^)— ^ i'q^iq ^ea ^ssi €^g 

Sama duhkha g^^Ql— 1* Suffering simiUrly; 

(gq^iixei! ~-%\) fellow-sufferer, .9 f a|(gi|€i aatQ 
•^gSiEQ 99!§)%S1 al<l— 2. Feeling for ano- 
ther's W035 sympathising (Apte). 

Sama duljkha sul<ha Qigi (j^GQ qfll© (9gSOI<g; 

(sq -^sei qai — ^'^) «1®l 51*0 — 1. Looking on 
misery and happiness with the same 
eye. 9 \ =585160 6 ^«eQ ^a^is^^ — 
2* Partner in joy and sorrow (Apte), 

Samadius(shti) ^C 0i*5l6i; «?g^§)— gaQtfl 
(GQia) — Samadarsi (See) 
eCl-gSi -SQ- 0^ (a^n)— 393— Bquali similar. [^J- 
Samadrusa 9!^ a^© gfl^a, <?!« ©SI? (gS'il 

gqgioai^— «• «i ( «>'$*^® )— ^ I Gg;^' g^i^a^? 

Samadwadasasra GS^Q 91 ©^QQI'JCIIQ Qa|Q 
1, An equilateral dodecagon (Apte). 

91 €S«^ (^^6919)— 2. Dodecahedron. 

€tqj*^qj©— a. © (9^^s)— SQ^ o^?3(VQ aQ|Q 

Samadwidwibhuja 93^3 OC^^i^ g^lO^Rhom' 
(^«9^0— ao'i%=j) bold. 


a(^^(Q) 


( ^^9"^ ) 


Qfl«r9l9l€i Q€)«>l 


Samadha(ndha) iatioti; conneotion. ' 1 
^"^ mf^ Q«l99iq Q^ai Sfl-Q — 2. Rela- 

tionsbip by marriage. e^ — 5*1,^1^; 

qWlq— Relating to. [Q^-©Q^1 eCl«I6Q 

S&niadba(iidha) kariba ^fi gea 9^91 glOO 
1^^ ^H'^ra^cm 0Q9i — To establish 

gii^ta^ relationship with a person 

or family by marriage. 

Saiaadharatala qciasj— (Geometry) A plane 
(Apte). ^^ — <l©gs»©oeQ g© — Situated 

On the same plane^ 

«IC^4l^l[^J— e* ©tfl— g5l!0 ycT^a^— Of the same 

Samadharma(rmr) dharma, [^ — q^^ qq- 

0«iJIO— g|. « (e* g^io)— ^ I q'atQ— 1. Invest!- 
Samadhana gationj search, j \ %^q — 2, 
:yRRt^ ^W^5r Trace) clue. 

Samadhika — Too much; escessive. 

Samadhf uta same; similar^ equal. 

Samadhe ©Qi^esi — In relation to (so and 
'TSCT Sff'«I&' so)5 with reference to (so and 
^W^ft so)i relating to (such or such matter). 
gpfc|— fe%§tfi. g' (9^%$, ga=gsj|» e^ifijas a6i 
fiamadhwa =9a Qi^lQ) — <- I 9fl Ql^9^ q^- 
[<afla!— ^1] Qiel^ <g$ Qfltficlg— 1. Travel- 
ling together, y \ qi^j gidQ g^oQ— 
2. Accompanying a person during his 

journey. 
Qfl»j;Qj— €9 6^. Q— (<?©€ja)— [€J<» qqqo^J— 
Saman (ns) ^q^ 0I€1€I6Q a^lft^^^l ' 6Q9i 

«>C^qgfi^GQ 9i©Q e9QI QIQ qQIQ 9| 

<S 9S«® 9§© 90i8«) ae<;?aG« — 
Summons to a witness or defendant or 


accused, ["qi^— 99^ S?99 g9iQ€] — «£*!, 
gisl q?TOj q<?IQ 9a», qqpw 9TO, Qis^aflo I j 

Saman kariba n^\Q^^ ©cT^ Olg)«eQ 9I©Q 

aOlQQj QI ©1^ ©fi59 «€J9I — To summon 
a witness or an accused or a defendants 
[<^ — SQIfi^Q 9!SK 9\ Offli? 39© QCig 

(qsQ ^qq^l— ^©^qa) 9tQ ^^^ ^^^i I } 

QW «aQq-G^eo, ^ (v©€!a)— ^ \ g^j© giq oqQ'?! 

fiamana kharachS aiQ* qQO|Q?5 OjGQ SiejiQ 

1, Expenses deposited for tbe issue of 

summons, j | saq $£|o (gqs) — 2, 

(gflO^.«l^— a«>*l%9) Saman miadi (See) 

eflQ«(G'S1l)€IQ-'G?SQ- * (Gi©Q£l)-"9l8l ffWCQ 

Saman khu (kho) rakl 951 Q ©^9^1 qqqSQ 

€$aQseQ siiCi^l «QOj 919! sq» o^8i?iaiQ' 
QQSIggGSP Qt^fii g<3 — Diet expenses of 

a witness?, deposited with a petition 
for issue oi summons, 

e?iQ^OiQ— G«>'eQ. (&€)e;ja)— easT ^^9^ Q3<s> 
saccan-jari ©^9I<3 ©191 ©QiGfi €$g ^q-^ 
>IW^Srlftl ^IH«niT<^ e^aift €il<J QCIG^I— ser- 
vice oi a summons. [^ — agj» «»gi€^ 
GQ^ ^^9S- ®'5*t«)Ci6Q 9i©Q G<ii^! Sicf 
qflO Q<^Q\<i 6^^ qq* g(^» G9 9*t^ 
Qae» 9^1 ©IvIQ aqSilQig 069^^ €$a€Q 

*q.( eq «>G» QSQ » ^©GQ «fi.i qqo €o«?!s^ 
©I aQ9i£,Q aa** gs^© ^ag§ 9*19 o 9^^ 

aqsQ ^!tt«?<3J I 

Saman- jari ritan (rng) (GQ^) — Samana ritan 

(See) 

gfl9^Ql9IQ ^Q'?!— 6Q. ^ («©QSI) - GQltfig ^19 

Saoaan bahara kariba <^\^^ e99l aicT ©IvlQ 

siPR^^srsrr aoiS^lQ ©gqiqj qc^i— To- 

have a summons issued frotr a c ur . 


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9flM 


Saman bahSriba ^|g ©<r^ ^--^ ©QS<5 «|flQ 
^sijtfe^^^ Gg€)0 G9^l— Issue of summons- 

Saman misdi 9lQ|^ 69?^^ 9*19 €^96Q ^fl99IQ 

eQ6^* aQo 'JO o§ OR* siefl gsciQOr 
©Q^KiGi^q ^Q^ aqqi^GQ G®lS«f<a^ gig 
GQfif «€i^ "Silfltai geQ— Process fees for 
the service of sutuiriOiis, deposited by 
the party who applies for the issue of 

summons, 

Saman ritac (rnn) Qaqi) aCiGS© ^'i^ QaSQ 

Return of service of a sammons* 

Samanantara (^<S)Q©)- Immediately succeeding. 

«lfl©l^— gi. ^1 — (Q" 69iflQia) — t I Ggi??QieiQ ©iQwiq- 

Saman^tba l.Nickname for Calling SomauSiha, 

A kind of ornament for the hand. [^ — 

QI©1 Q^gifl^^si ] 

Samanatha brata SomanStha brata. (See) 

Samanujna Full approval or eoncurrenoe. 

Samanubrata a^Qo— Completely devoted to 
(aflQ^9«i— ^1) or attached to. 

99^—9'. 9 (afl^+a^)— e. I GflQ^O— 1. Endj 
Samanta extremity, ^ | glqi— 2. Boundary. 
*> I «5Q|i^— 3. All; whole. q\ Q«— ^ I 
9^^^ — 1- Complete; entire. (Apte) ^ | 
^«l.©«aO — 2. Universal. (Apte). W»i$=l— - 
qq^; a©0— Whole; all. «^. ^^— ^ I 
©^QQ€Q — 1. O^all sides- 3 \ |$%6a — 
2. Entirelyj completely. 


Samantatah t I gq^l^a^^ ^5*9J ^9, ^^^ — 

1. From all sides. > | qqas^. g?jaG9; 
?^9 — 2. On all sides; everywhere. 

an ] g?t^^qGe — 3, Wholly; altogether. 

Saman ta dugdha (^ei = alQ as CJl*gtQ )— ?^ 
QQ' ^'SO QS— The Euphorbia tree* 

^U(^ flSQ— g*. © ( Q^<^^f fiafi)-=^QaG9+a«©= 

Samanta panchaka 0ISSQI? 9<9 €II91Q ) — 
^S^sa«'3SQaQ ftiq — ^Name of the dis- 
trict Kurukshetra. [ 5 — 9Qq_qq >t ^Q 

« GOlf 9^Q S3 QQ?1QI§ <§ Qiq I ] [R — 

@^!^«5r QQG« <a^9 9^^ 1 siGa 918 9^9 
eQ<5 g © oiqe- ^^9°9. 5<g>iQQ© 1 ] ^1 

<J€^GQ^3 srfcG€!9'"2. Name of a holy 
place at Kurukshetra. [ ^ — 9<^© ga 
flIQ 9€J«q «>9 I ^^9 9«** ^^ i SQSsi — 

CiCl'^ ^S-^»^ ( €iq9=»g^JqGQH-Q5=^s5iQiw)- 

Samanta bhadra "^QGQOQ-Q Oia— A name of 
(q?39^ gq?— aci^a) the Buddha. 

Samantabhuk «(|. «»^e; Q^^-^S^ <^^l, ^^ )— ^ 
a€|^; ^Si€l» — Fire. Qfii-g^^^fi— All- 

eatingj omnivorous 
Qfl^l ^_g, «i. (^ 9. pg_qq^©8 (gQSI ) 

Samantat Samantatah ( See ) 

8amantraka qi©)— «. | q^q^—1- Joined with 
a myatic formula. > I flQi<3« — 

2. Hallowed with mystic incantations, 

Qq^Q„g. pfs ( a+q^Cii+«^)-^^*39 (W)— 

Samantrika Attended by minister. 

Samanwaya ^0^5 gCT®; 9^q— 1- Union; con. 
nection. ^ I QqQQMI'^IGI— 2. Acoom- 
paniment; sequence. • | aii^C^ ©Q91 
aSQ Q©S^ Q'fSQ qqi96Q q,Qg9^—3.f Re-ad- 
mission of an excommunicated person 
to the fold of his society after atone- 
ment or expiation. ^ i a?>Gqa3 Qi§— 


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4. Feace^ coacord. x | g]{f 9W QlcKei^ 
Q9I^^ — 5, Natural sequence; conneection 
with the suceedmg object as a natural 
consequence. 9 1 ai^QI§QOi; «q — 
6, Regular succession; order (Apte), 

Samauwita 1. Connected or joined with. 

9 I gqCl^MtS'lQ'giiq q.9 — 2. Possessed of; 

accouipanied by; followed by. 

. Samanyu gCQIs; S^iaqg — 1- Angry; fuJl of 
anger; wrathful. 9 \ <j8®© — 2. Sorrow- 
ful. Q_fl9|GQ9. a«>— The God Siba. 

Samandha Sambandha ( See ) 

^^(flj^l— 31- ^' 1°— laqbl ( eQfil )— Samudhi (See) 
Sama(mu)ndhi [ q— 0l©e9191€^ qq©fte gaQ 

«if— er«iQ6?»i9<»- 9 ^\^ ao q.^ I ] 

Sanaa pada ^ T Q©Q^9€S9 ( Q^GC>|9 ) — 
1. Name of a pose during coition^ 

» I a^'^'lQGi ai<M»§J^<i ^^i%3 aiQ^gspO 
993IO©6€l© — 2. One of the Tarious 
postures assumed by an archer. « I 
^fi^i £Q 91 a^a©— 3, Equal or similar 

position or grade^ 

^<A 8QS- 3\ ^« ( 9519Q +9U«I®+®I» a )— ^ I ^i^T 

Sama padastha QO eQ 91 QQ^ ^^^ — 1- Of equal 

( g^lQQgl— ^1 ) position or grade, 9 I ^Ql 

qaiQ§)3g — 2. Occupying equal position 

of respect. 

•Sfl QIQ— g*. § — gqaQ ? ( eQ« )— Samapada 2 

Sama pSda < See ). g». «)^ — t i 95«» 0€S« 

§)|^ — 1. Having equal pada or feet. 

5 1 €a€f aiQQ^Q esQ ^aio ( e^ewie )- 

2. ( a metre ) Having the four feet equal. 

«lfl QIQ 0flS>— ««. © ( a«fi?IQ )— QflQ^Ge-a— A kind 

Sama pSda jamaka of alliteration, [g — qQQ 

-0 laflo ^^5 aai— ?si q^q aQ «qi 9I3Q 


TO 69^ 9^Q 9QaQ I <?d«a9«n9ff 
e9l8€« © «iQl€»*6q|Q Vfc*^ Q9 «I9Q — 30- 

Fama piushtha ggOQj a^^^— Level; emooth^ 


^ 


Sama prana <l© Si^*a!91fi*Q $Qq <*» Bf?!^ — 
(3flei«I--%l) Of one mind. ^— ^g^ — 
(gPgi^Ql — V) A hearty friend* 

QWOIQ— Q*, 9 ( «lfl^+a9+¥ al^ + aU' "^y *3|€Q 

SamabakSra 9-5 asTsciQ^^ 9<)— 01g«>9CQ9 — 

A kind of drama. [ ^— gitO OIQI 

ggicj; aai— ©IS©, goQer, ^o, gci95>iQ (§ 
©q I qq9©l€ie€j 9§ aefa aq^^Q^ aai©^ 
<©^ ?^e9€i e^oi^ <§ ^\^ 69iQas 1 

6^9©! 9! a^qSK? «lfi*^ «Q €91^9 g?^ 
€'391^9 i^« 9^QI "C?iQ SaiO QSQa**; 
QQ9Q ©as Q€? S9I a^ qQ €@ <jg€Q 

( €ii^Q a^GQaGQ a^^cri®, aacaga'QfiTs) 

«a€iai€l 6 9|q€lCriQ ) <gGQ 9^9; ©Ifl- 
^criQ setq ai^GQ 9^© i Q\tQ qq S69€19 

'^1^ ^S^' ^'^^ q^99IQ 9i»93 Q^a «dG§3 
as— 9«IG©19 I ] 

Samabatara BfQ 6991, 091 +9Q^* a, Q|<9igiq 

Qa<il (^%IQ eict^ )— e I gqiqiq; €?q 

g|9l©— .1, Steps of a staircase* 3 | (+ 
^9, « ) a9©€)SI; 69ilQ9l — 2. Descending, 
alighting, m I ( +q4. a ) QiQ €991 
Ql^. ^Q — 3. Landing place; landing 

stage; ferry, 

gfiQfcilo— 9". ( gq^=qfltQ+a9a!0 ) — ^ 1 9Ga9 

Samabadhana flGfflGatQ— 1- Close attention. 

{qfl9^©— *«) > I ©^^; 'fl1fll»3i — 

2. Decision; settlement ^ 


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Samabayah stha ff^^, + a) — qfl^fJ^^I^^QQiq^l — 
(^flQ^^— 2lff*i§9) Of the same age; 

(qg^i^saij gq^ic^q — ^1) cwval, 

"^Qfl «qg— 69' ?i^— 5fl9^8g— Of the same age, 
SaTra bayaea [€^— QflQi^^ G9 ^?^SQ OI^SQ^ 

^^ ^^^ 91^ eoiCQ I — ficiqira qjQ^o ] 

^TT ^T^relt €Q- © — "OQQJ^Q— Same age. 

Sama bayasl (eQ^)— Sama bayahstha (see). 

SamabaTDDa Of the same or similar barnna, 

Sama barttl <;^, q©^^ ^fll ^9 )— ^«i«1^6a a © 

(gciO^Q — %1 ^^) similarly situated or placed 

(sq^^^ol— ^) q*-. ©. ^. ( ^g| t*?. g^ gi^lqr 

q»Qg^ <i9li3.Q a^g © qq|fi») ag^ 

giQ— The God of death, 

Samabalamba HaTJng equal perpendicularB, 

S19f[0 (^filS^i^i) — Trapezoid or rectanget 
a quadrilateral figure having 2 equal 

perpendiculars, 
^€ifl Q«IQ^— ^°. «?. (q^ + av+q^ ai^j+e^ so )— ^ i 

Samabasarana qgq<s?—l. Assembly hall, > J 

(^^€*i@)— 2, A pavillion in which reli- 
gious discourses are delivered. 

Samabaskanda «^c*l9 9ig qCI*t©^q69 %QQ*©QCi«t 
(^i^ec*!®)— 1. Protecting a place sectifely 
by raising forts. (+©Q«, a) <^^ QiQlQ 
(€JAGOi«) — Rampart or wall of a fort. 

Samabastha Q€)|— 1, Similar conditioa. 5 i 
(qq^g-.^^) qqo|. q|flt|— 2, Similarity^ identity 

^PQaio-q\ 9. (qq^+aQgi«>)— e i q?»%j^ noawJ*— 
Samabasthana l.Peculiar or special situation; 
unique position. ^ I qflQQSQ e^SI©'^ 
2.Eqiial or eimilarpositioii* 


qfl©a*9— g^.^^. (3?i.+2*<?fo)- ^1 gflM^^i^ea «9g© 

Samabasthita —1. Peculiarly situated, y iqci- 

QQGQ «99*0— 2. Similarly placed or 

situated. 

ci«©a*©— 9*. ^! (qa^+ ««)§©)— qwaifi* (€Q«)— 

Samabasthiti Samabasthana (See) 

Sama bahasya qfl^fV^-^Ga G^a^^CBJ^— Deserving 
(qfl©<gi|q*'l— ^1) to be derided or hooted out. 

Samabaya a)-^ I 99^ — 1. Multitude^ conglo- 
(gqeQ9— 9^) moration; aggregate. 51 (+^^ ») 
q*QS]|g. goo— 2. Unioc; conjunotlottj 
cohesion. • I qq.<S— 3. Connection, v I 
QQ^Q qo^<^— 4. Co-relation. » I (€§G«^Q 
QCQ aiO ©^'^ qo$(j>^ (Philosophy) 5. 
Constant or intimate relation (between 
subject and attribute, cause and effect, 
the owner and the owned, the species 
and the genus)j (one of the 7 categories. 

Baisesbika philosophy). 
[c — <i^ qqQiq-^'^eQ RQi9fi;<5, aaii— Qld*! 

Q^iQqtfifl@© o^Q,«1i^9§.q^© fi©S«!dSi 
qqs? Q©*iiS' ] 9 I ©iiqai%i$sfliQa ^^9^— 
6* Logical relation, ^•. 9«1 — «. I gqe*© 
1, Collective; joint* J I ^afa. Q3^«^-— 

2, Co-operative. 
gs^Qiq QSI Qa©— «•• Q. (?|(^^©© Q'JP'ilQ)— ^9 'SJ-'^Q' 
Samabaya runa samiti gqGQ© ^^^ "yil^ ^"9- 
06€1<a(| SG^!9(;» 609© ^^ 6991 SIQ' Q05 
q9©> eola fl*?!©© q3q— Co-oper^tiye 
credit society; a joint stock sooie:j:y 
fcrmed for lending money to its mem- 
bers, 

Samabayl fll^) qfl^tC^ 9\ €»on 9*9«q5 — Having 
intimate relationship; having or holding 

an attribute. 

Qia^iql oiQ^a*. ^.— (<»a'» q\%) €a^*^Q<^5i i^j^ 

SamabaijI karaoa a^Q «9C99n 91 9©*l 9*'9«» om 
(Philosophy) Material <:ai|^e;;a oaus?; io 


qsMQ 


( rt9r ) 


9P&Q*il9IQ€Q 


whiGh the effect is held in constant or 

eternal relation, 

SamabSra C^^ ^tH^K Monday. 

daQiQa— gi. e«i. ^'—- 1 1 eQisQiQes ei«— i. Born 

SamabSria on a Monday. 9 I 691^919 QQ 
(afl^l^— ^1) *3fQI — 2. Happening on Monday. 
C^ttsrc^C^ ^^rCQ €9tfl9IQ Q© 9ie« — 3- Eastiog on 
^TOtRsn Mondays. §. %'—€««(? »lfl— 

A name given to males» 

Samabali Sambalua. (See) 

QflQI§ — 3% ^® ( 'Si'^^^i C*ll9© )— a^iio Qi$gg 

Samabahu (€fl^)j Gflef sa^Q ?S'l*5fll» 9QiQ 

( «Wig«— «0''^a ) 3§ft q5!|»— { Geometry ) 

Equilateral; (a figure) having the sides 

eqnal. 

Samabeksbana QdS99^ ( $«l,60ia)— Observa- 

Samabeta t I ^Q^l*^® — !. Collected together, 
assembled. ^ i (©^GQ©*) gfeajQePlfia^ 
GQla— 2. Joint. • I QQfiQ Q%»^ — 3. Cor- 
related. V I aQiQ Q'q^— *. Connected 
or joined together; united together; 
♦ ! €?©«( ^"9© ^iq q§ — 5, Inseparably 
or incYitably or etermally connected. 
9 I Qt© ( ^^CQIQ )— 6. Stored, p \ ^g 
efl<ll^5 {§3<l€QI9)— 7. Inclnded in one 

class. 

Samabeta cheshta The joint efforts of many 

persons. 

Qfle^® Qigt9*i— «!•. Q (ayeio)-^^ wot? aciGQs 

Samabeta banijya fl^ao 9iq G<59l QlgQHj QdPlft 

(gfl€Qo 9n«giq— aoiqa) e^ait^'-* Jointstock 

business or trade* 

Samabeta mtlladhana CQOC? a^O© %§— 
JPIC^ ^*R W^ *^ Joint stock; joint capitaL 


aflSQ© 69®l— 6Q. « — O©^ 6991; ©991— To be 
Samabeta heba collected together, to 

^^C^ ^^ aaiT^er t^ assemble. 

Samabedana <5^g«|Q^993 G99Q!gi5 91 "^ti'aiga. 

9«19 g© 99l©©£ — Sympathy with a 

sufFerisg person^ commiseration. 

( €^— a9i<3 e«9« fli^c^9 ea qq^ 

9QC990I9^ C^iei \ <]$ filQ Q€) I qdlPIS^ 

— Fellow-feeling (in joy and grief). 
gqe9S(«)-^* ©— ^ l Qfll» G9€1 9I «sgl— l- Same 
Samabe8a(sta) or similar dress. ^ I qjStfl^lj 
690I 391699 ( ^<IGQ19 ) — 2. Battle- 
array, 
gqe^QO— 5'- 9— 99I9Q 0?d~ q^€9 SfaQief 99- 
Samabes3na ^QiWQ <l9e fiC^WJ ©^ef^l— 
The ceremony of consummation held on 
the fourth night of marriage and consis- 
ting in both the bride and the bride- 
groom occupying the same bed. 

gsi qa— 3% 9 (9«Jai)— QAIO^Q — Equal share or 
Sama bh^ga part* a*- 9«l— (9?^@) ^fllQ QQ 

9SQ — Of equal shares, 
m go— 9*, 9— <. I SfllOttl— 1. Equality. ^ | qsi®l 
Sama bhaba gjgi — 2. Equability. «» | -c^ Qa©| 
— 3» Continuance in the same state^ 
sameness, v l gi^ai— 4. Simihrity. » i 
aaQ^^gq q9— 5. Unchangeable con- 
dition* 
35^€Jt«— 9%@— (g\+aQdl)— 9;^ 013 (9<IG9I9) — 
Samabhidha Same name. 

«CI€!^I9IQ— «•. 9 (qfl,+ag!+9+a+f yi^«99tfr 
Samabhibyahara 9991+^9. a)— ^ I 9190^; 
3qQ9'a9ig 7 gcr— 1. Companyi associa- 

«flQ9'<lf © J tioD. y I <iw«l9a © — ^. Re- 

maining together J co-existence, m \ <Q^- 
Q'eaia— 3, Jaxtraposition. v j <g^ 
QTO — 4- Going together, x | <© gcCT 
QOiQ^— 5. Simultaneous utterance* 

«flS(9il9IQG9 — GQ- «", 9tf — <9 ^GO^ 9ICr GS>iQ — 
Samabhibyaharare In the company of; along. 

5R fs^iwc^ wrfJwn^f^% with 

(qflQ9i|'^ie9— a»i 


ftqQ9*(l9l^ 


( ^9^ ) 


95?^ 


SamabhibyShSri 9ia1i QCr1-^l- Aesooiate; CJm^ 

a|q1 — 2, Going together. 
(OflQ^'il^lQ, ^51ft^l«IQ«lj 9«lQil<5©— 9e9«) 

gflU^ll®!?— ^'*- 9tfl. («fl.+ 3Sl + 9 + ^ + ^ ^'« + *^+ 
Samabhibyah^ata «)— ^ I <©0l^»— 1 Gather- 
ed together; collected at one pkoe. 
(g3QQfi<^ — Q) 9 I <l© gecp qaa — 2, Moved 
together, v | qs^lQlQO— 3» Uttered to- 
gatherj simultaueously uttered. v| q^©- 
together with; accompanied byj attend- 
ed by. 

Samabbifaara B ) i I 6al»ia*»f; ^^iQ^^t^l— 
1. Repeatedness. ^ | g«©€l€h— 2, Exces- 

siveness. 

9fl^fl -^SI\ 9. (O^ai)^^ I ^^®« gi»—l. Level 
Satnabhiitai ground; even surface, 5 | 

gq aqoa— 2.A plane. wi aqq a|i»gio 

3. Lavclling of the site of a demolisVied 
building or temple, 

^amcuQi aflj— t i q9> 9^®— 1. With. >| <^9^\, 
<9 QIQ661J <I9 99(^69—2. At one time. 
• I q«JQ9— 3. Simultaneously, 

Sama inandala %9tilQQ e9€^ 9**^ dld^g);^^^ 
<S gte^P^O-sqQ 93U<?^'l-( Geography ) 
The temperate zones of the globe. 

QO§iQi CI^Qf^ 'fll® P€IQ' (Torrid Zone) 

G9^ 699*9*1 51^^ 9^* *q1® ^i ^^ 
fli^a' (Frigid Zone) ©9^ 1 <!Q €fl® q|l®eQ 

( North temperate «one ) <R al9 q^Q«i 

*9q q§Q'% *Qa^. ^q fl^a' (South tem- 
perate zone J SQIQQKI I ^qq^JQ^i^GQ ^Q\ 


«a)© 9qoi ^QiQ <i@ ag^'Sq* ^aoq^lQ' 

ePiqaM 1] 

Samaya o§. a. ©'qi ga^— gqiQ+QI i^l®^ 
QqQ PCfQI + OQ^ «5 CM ©Q«l» «*«? 
QQGQ ge OSQ) — t I OIQ— 1- Time. 5 ^ 
Q^ — 2, Season; period. ^ I 9€i5® Q|Q- 
3. A space of time, v | glq|— ^. Bound- 
ary; limit. •» I 6$9E|(^ 699I5 QeilGQIClM 
Qia — 5. Proper time: fit season. 9 I 
©$«J ©10—6, Appointed time. 9 | 
erejeac; aoQiaj a^'SQ— 7. Lnsure. r 1 
qgQIQ— 8. Opportunity. H I ©qq — 

9. Rule, «.- 1 ^©•♦g©*; a8a— 10. 

Promise; vow; oath. i«. | 9^1^ — 11- 
Besolution. ^5 ta^qQia— 12. Time of 
death,- ^*i t ©eo^d — 13. Indication, 
^v I ffe©0— 14- Sign- <.♦ 1 QJi— 15. 
Agreement; contract; convention, 
f.9 I aieQS; ««— 16. Command; order, 
K9 \ a?lQ; QtQ9IQ — 17. Custom, er I 
^^g,og,_18. Decision, ^<» I 9^©^ Si«?l9- 
19. Doing of a duty; fulfilment of duty; 
carrying out of a duty, 3«» I gCJQ^ 

gQl^gjI 20. Publication; promulgation; 

notification. 5«. I ^jgfiil^qiQ— 21. The 
end of misery, 9 9 I Q9S<>a— 22. Ad- 
vice; instruction. ?*l a^ — 25- Religion^ 
righteousness. J'^i Q^iq— 24 Justice. ?«r 
q$|-«> (9^e»l9) — :3 5. Prosperity; affluencB. 
j^ I Qig*) (««.6«>I9)— '^6. Word. ^91 «^»l- 
27. Speech. <?. ^€1 g; — (qq^=9-!*iQ^ 

S51^fls€ll<i1 — P^-osperous; fourtunate. SQ. 

§). t| q«l3 «1Q3I^— 1- Death. 9I 930; QIQQ 

;,p(^ 5|j|?r qlfll— 2. Limit of time. •! 

3. Time granted for the performance 
of a work; adjournment, ts I ©qq — 4. 
Age. ♦ I eQf«^ '^•'^Q fiJQQQ Ql a^QIQQ 
«l qCQQQIft"— 5. lime of reign or pre- 
dominanoe or prevalence; regime, [aal— 

6. The mating season of animals. 


^o««) 


aqflq 


( rt.$o ) 


^ciqf^Q 


Samay* asamaya 1, Proper and improper 

'PRI^'PW ^Rvr^cv^nm seasons; good and bad 

times, y \ {3^ 690— 2. All times 

Samaya karibS ggq^ <5^9gl qq9I — 1, To 
'W^l^^ft ^ir^l^WT make time. j \ 98K> 2 Q 

9Wlj©C; ©0©|— 2. To appoint a time. 

limit, [ Q--8I^69 qaq © <?€)Q|QS^ 

Samayakara 1. Glossary of technical terms. 

9 I gCe® («9l^e«Q)— 2. SigDj indica^ 

tion. 

Samaya ghatibS Samaya miliba (See^ 

€iflq eOQi— o^Q. <$"— ^ I a-^Qo SQ^i^ as>9Q fl®Q 

Samaya deba OQ9l — 1, To grant time; to 

'PraW'^^ ^m^l^ grant an adjournment. ^ I 

qqq ©€Q^« «Q«>I— 2, To appoint or fix 

a time. 

Samaya na thiba 1. Want of leisure. 

(aqq 9 fls^ij q«c^ Q s^Pi-^aQf^a) Want of 

op pcrtunity. 
Qflq ©^9€i— Q", ©— «^q gqqQ g<qi©6i«— A scer- 
Sama>a nirapana tainment o£ tbe exact 

time. 

€!?!q c©oi — 6Q- ^— 59Q© GO9I5 a«3ia giefpi 9^9\ 

Samaya neba — To take time. 

aaqQiQ^i— SQ. ^— ?. 1 fl^Q© aiQ^i^ ewT^Q «i* 

Samaya paiba alQ* afi>Qia gig c*^©! — 1- To get 

^li *lte5l time. J I ^gq^ a^qQ gig ewi— 

i^il^ 'TOT 2. To get an opportunity- • | 
gg€3Q alQ9! — 3, To get leisure* 

m^ QS|€j— ^.^ C^^l o®)— t r OQ oa oicS aip 
Samaya bibhSga ^53 QQ GQOQ Q^O — 

1. Division of time into a routine. 
^1 ©16% Q^ qa go^Q ^gg «€)QP— 

2. Division of time into distinct periods. 


e oo g« I t Q^=^5 ci|q==f Q^ I vQ^=« 
5 Ciig 1 1 «ig=»)o ae9iq«— «»o ©^=s^ 
ag i <^ Q©=e* a6?iqe 1 e ©g=t tfe^i- 

t. 00=?^ <a^f^v Q9Q««^» Qg i V q^ 

V Q^— 9^ Q^ I ^ Qqi|=9o ^^^^ I ?gs>gr^» 

QSQ I < QSQ = 9o ^Ql I 1 ^Q|=sf • 

9<^QI QO<(IO 1] 

Samaya miiib5 1. The happening of an oppor- 
^sra fel tunity. ^ f ^£53© Ql flQQIfl 9©9I" 
^^'r ftaiT 2. The getting of leisure. 

«lflq e3^-«- ©^" g* (qai^+eq«^ yi^+©i-' Ci^; 

Samaya sabl t«H e^) — <. I Gfl €<>0 GQlf ©Ifl 

(gfls^ 6a9«l — g,l) OSQ — 1. Time-serving, > | 

©lOQ qfi)'4^ — 2. Knowing the value of 

time. 

■5iq e99l"€<P*9-^ I q^iafPl^qSieiG^^I— 1. Death; 

Saaaaya heba breathing one's last. y \ qqa 

^^5^^. ^Qpj (SQ«l)— 2. Samaya miliba (See) 

^PiT^T -"le^aq^gai^ fijafl'© 6^1 — 3. The 

arrival of proper or fit time. 

^:pqi— a.a ( 3fl^+Q aift+^t* a )— ^ I qolaeQ; 

Samaya , ©OSSQ — 1* Near; in the vicinity 

TRg ^nm of. > 1 aaiCQ— 2. In the middle; 
(^ai^ — q^) amidst; in the midst of. a, 9^- ^T 

(qqj^+^V a) — eglgQ*»9IOqi— (Feminine) 
Fortunate (woman). 9, Q (^. gaj^ — 
1. 1 qqq. ©IQ^ — 1. Time. ^ | gg^L-^ 

2. Death. 

Simayadhyushita ggjOQ Q<i Qio ; q di og«- 

«>» ©«l» (q^» ^K^)— A tim^e when the 
sun or the stars are not visible. 

Samaylfcntara f. | as>"l qqq— 1. Another time, 
' r QQ eiQ-^2, Different time. 


Q«i^iq<^ 


( rift ) 


9CiQa# 


flamaySbbaba aQQ^ 690 «> «4*<?l— ^ Want of 
time* J \ a^aci » 3eQ| — 2. >Want of 

leisare, 

gama jo;^ya ^ I ^MJ qfi^O-^l. Eqaal> simi- 
lar, y I 9f\t9 %e9 Gfaiai— 2. Equally fit. 

-Samayocbita QacQIGil — Befitting tbe times, 
g^i^l^qa \ suited to tbe ocoasion- 

gfleqiaeaiQl Vac^^a opportune; seasonable. 

^^ «Qi<5i— «. © (sfl^-qd aiSL+^; 9qeiai<st^j kqu ^q) 

Sama joddhS — t I <J0 QSPG'Q: <Q QaGQ q© 
Q^^9I ^Q— 1* Cotnrade in artns> 
warriors figl^ting on tbe same side. 
[Q — ^O e^O «!€$ sq^QIQlQ^ ! 96€} QQ9iO 

a€i q?t6G} I Q^iQiei- Qd^iQ<;&1 1 ] j\ q^^Q 

aegjjl i<ie—- 2, A ri-val or opponent^ 
(g^GQiyi; gqCQiy-^SQ, ^a) warpor; adversary. 

Samar k(kba)9iid ^^ Q9>iQ «^$€) <^Qi^C® 
QQQ-^Samarkand; name oi a famous 
town in Turkistaji. 
[•^ — <9 Q€1Q &^ QielOj 969 O® QCI^ 

80^ ^Q 1 SI^^P <^3Q ^9 6901^ G9 (^Q 
&9I^€>Q QQQ Si^'Si €99 1 S! 9*5 €Q 

HAGGIS l] 

Samara WGiS^ a^ ja|6Q <l*l^* «t^ ^qiQ^Gfl 
eiqQ Q«^; «si,i g=q§®+9Q=qQ«3a1ftj 

q^> Q«;«9lfl; «G€>Q— Battle; figbt; war; 
3PI3 conflict, GQ. Q (OI5I)— cSQ9*9(GO»)— ^ 
^Wlt Samarasimb^ ( See) [ IJ— QflQ gicr€« 


Samara kusala Cyfl^GQ 9*— Versed tbe art of 

(qqQ qgiQI— il) war; skilful in fighting, 

gflQ e97«Q— «. © ( 9^1 ©®^)— qj» ^^%9 G©l€ia,«»l 
Samara k a^ gaja G^^^«i — Skill in war; tbe 

' art of war. 

Samara kahetra Cfl» ) — Qi? ^O^ QC©Q SlQ- 

3©j 9qQ <^ gOQ 9qy| ^ 1 ^ War-field 

battlefield. 

gflQ ©o— a. 9« g.» %] (^qQ+e ai%+g|)— q<5t©q1— 

Samara jit Yictoriotis in figbt. 

( a^QGftQi, qqQSi^— aQ*i g*, «^g ) 

g?<QS) — ^'9— Q©Q»9G€!®^A particular pose iaco- 
Samarata pulation. [ q— oi^Q OQ^^fc^f^ 
QO\q^ 9GCr 7^9 OQ 90 21|Q«I 95-Q QS^^ii 
9qQQ G^lQQKl^Q&qSQl 1 J 

gflQei -gu q^ ( aQ^ ) ( ff. aq^)— qq^ ( gqo }— 

Samaratba Samartba (See)* £^^si^^q g^^^ 

^^ ©§91% «€«, gq^a gqiqq gai q© «aG«-^ 
«^^ ^qS"^ fl9i^s© dp t ] 91. «» («• giqefl) 
^«6 — Siqeft ( 6Q« )— Samartbya ( See ) 

3flQe«— gi. ©^ ( g'.aqeT )— ^ 1 gi^iaSqg; gqd'— 

Samaratba 1. Strong; able. 9 I 8qii«€llfifl — 
'Wf 2. Powerful, 6Q. Q — t I «gfl!'?5rQ 
^Wm <?G«ia|y QG«Q— 1- A family title of 

PO^ica Gas^T^is^ ot^Qt^ cgc^ aid as^^i 

?i*^5 €}6^0 ^a^, ^Ql <it^ (S 9Q QJ^g) — 
2. A class of servants in Purl and 
Bhubaneswara temples wbo prepare 
and cleanse rioa and kitchen— vegetables 
etc for tbe kitcben- [^ — gqQai ^i aqefl 

fi^Q aicT 9^1 ^31 99 9Q0I GStP^ Ql$^- 

3flQQ^— gi- Q (BQi) ( <r. qqa'isi )— qqe^tfi ( eQ« ) 
Samarapaoa Samatp^i^aX See ) 


9TC^I 


( '■••> ) 


Samarapiba ftamarpiba ( See ) 

^atnara pota A laan-o-watj a warship. 

Samara priya QQ^I% %« QKJ—Wajp-loving; 
\«la€l§i^l --0) (aflQ g*!^©! —9) warlike. 

QOQwri©— «• ^ ( a6©9 gci^ici )— q^^^^io — 

Samara bijISaua The science qI war. 

fiiqQ 99*t|— g*« 9 — t I q^ Q#|9 — 1. The science 

Samara bidya oi war. ^ | qj^ €9}^0* 

2. The art of war-, skill in battle. 
i3fl€> ^91 — €<?. ^^— q^ 9|q' g^©; q© qiq' as^Q— 

Samara mtihan Ready for battle. [ ^f^ 

Samara mOrddha ^9 )-_q^Q q^ «qqj Gagf- 
OieQ i^QQCfl aQS^ §a — The front of 

battle. 

Samara Sa]y5 60^* «CW6Q €9l^|q|«« 6«f£;j€a 

a«? fl^©gi€i%€> §«^ )— Field of battle 

compared to a bed for the fallen warriors. 

QflQ €ll^<»— 9°. 9€\. q? ( *i^i S»Q ) — g^CQ S3®; 

Samara sayita GG qs» ©^ ©^ 9® S^l- ^^Q 

(3fl6i€ll^®l— ^1) ^qeQ ©€i®QI Q€9— Fallen in 

"^ battle. 

Samara sSyl Samara sayita ( ^e J 

( qqGi Qii^'a— %1 ) 

Samara Sila l.Skilfui in wa fare, n i^(9s& ^q^ 
— 2. Engaged in fight. [ ^ — ^sg*Q 

(qqQiilfti— ^1) ^«, 6?e'a^«^ft!g 1 ] 

QflQ ^OQ— r- 9 ( 9^ ©«^ )— q® «% q^ Qn^esi 

Samara saohiba q^ICr sQflQ*^ e^Vi -^^l — 

A war— miiiisier; war lord. 
€I«Q S€>Q©1-— ^*- 9 ( 9flQ 9€)«;' + ^es?- ©1)— q<^- 

Samara saehibata q§^ qQfi«i1<5r 9Q — The post 

[QflQ qiO^— ao*iq9] of awar*minister. 

gflQ 3%l— r- -9— q^9«!; sj^gf; q<5» «««! «!Q' 

Samara sajja : g^© g^^l — Battle-array. 


Siimara simba 96^9 q^I— 1« Name of an anci- 
'Ra ft?^ ent king of Mewar in North India» 

«6P sierQiasiQQ gei 99%Q gqj^ <;>%iqL 

Cl«;g^ 9Q9l^ <] ^al^eO* ^63^ €0|Q 6QQ 

<MQi^<a oi^o S1P6Q ©iw a^e© oefi) » ^^ 
^'©qaQ q<96Q qqlq© w1 S96^ ^ «flQ 
§"^ ?H ^^ ^*i^"<*« ^"^*? ^5«»° qflQaiiqi 
S^€a— t.e.^«^ efl. I ] ^1 q©gsQ©e« 
©«i|© aiOl<J GQi|©?i?— 2. Name of a 
famous ancient astronomer of gnjeerat. 
[ g— ©flc^^^g® GW|%*, ©19© §^!^, fl^Sf 

etSV^ ©190 ©<%j WqcS) 9^9, ©ld©9^?|Q 
QQ© Sg <19l* «©o— 9^«s?i9 I ] 
«|«qfir^(Q)— 9\ 9 ( *^1 ©9^)— q^6««— The field 
Samarangapa(Da) of battle; the scene of battle* 

fl«Q©-GQ*$ ( g«. G9i«qsn )— GgwQ«i (€<q»a ) — 

Samaraji Somaraji ( See ) [ Q — QflQ© ©eiq 

9I<$^ ©Q ! 9GO!9Q Ql^l 9q©|0— Q3. 

39 ge— ^. 9 ( ©^ai )— t i ( ei§© ) 6a§ g^<j cjq 

Sana risi a€*i|GQ ^€)G!d ^ Q€iG€19 Q69 ^f§; 

^^^ ^^ I ©a«© ^^'^ ^^'^'^ (aai— ^ ^, ^5 r— 

pgq qS J 1. Even number. 5| (Gtf'ilQa) 

Gfl91«? 9IQaqS fliJ^ 5i^, ^d'^ ^q, rg^ t.«q 

S «.9fl qa- 2. The signs of the Zodiac 

comprisiDg of even numbers 

• ■ 

Qfl^— G^. 9 ( o'fl ) — ^Qsa^Q ©<|<a 6€@©©6as — 

Samara A German warrior of Indian warfare 
T^W of the 18th Century, [ Q — <3<?i(J 

mm £Qi §11' ^^^' ^ ^Pi. ^9?»r I <39i(?Q gf© 

©Ifl #Ifil^SQ^G90'$l©^ (Walter Reinhard); 

saeq ergsil ^gs*© «^qgq, qg© aai^ea 
Q^Q^ai Q^tQc? G%© ^qae©, ffqalfliQi? 

acil^^SlG^) <«• SGQ aGQiail QQIQQ-Q, ©Cp 
©©!©©© ©Q«^Q (^ Qi^lQ <S^^\^^ 6 <>1^Q 
Q«Q* Gq"©*! ©^€l€© €!i«Q ©Q^G© I ©CT 

Q'^K^ ^^©t^qc: a^loGQ gq©iu3 ^qG©GO 

< e9^* 3lftG© 9ISQI6© *<. ©^ Q»€G©' 


'qp^ Q9Q<i 


( r?9«^ ) 


'^m^ 


eidlQ^teQ Q^ ©i^oi§ 'QQaioi' oiw <J9 
©STIES'?© ©^' a^JSQ q,9<3 €f Q'i ©a q??5 

a^ O Summer 91 Somera ©|q g^^i get^ 

■c*? ^sisii^aieo <]V'<? '^'^'^ <^\^^Q 

Ql^^6£) I] 

SaiEarubegam name by which the mistress 
^>R^C^t^^ of Samara was known. [(^ — O^!^ 9^ 

e9s» ftiq G©o!:;i©Qi 1 <] Gi©eQ ©s^«i<§ 

CGeorgian) ^SS| I <?!& ©c^: ©ISJQGQ 
G9iQ?JQ I <i '^fl^'^ ^l%sa Qig ©S^?|S^ <? 

^^^^ ^^'* ^6S( «i£? ©^Qig^ <s a^a 

Gg^iQQta^*^ bS 9^^ OQ €»G^ epqgl^ 

^agiu' OI90 q^GQ agg. G?iC5 qgq 
y^v ^^© ai<;^* 9g yQ <?I9 «Q?iG«;i i <i 

9!??0i ^Q «9R.Q 3^QIGQ O^^GCi 6 q^l 
gq^GQ ©eiQ 9'if " ?S9 SQ-t €i^ aiQ^lGfi* I 
©IG- QGGl ^IQ Gef^ (t>yt:e Sembre) <3ii^ , 

^^€^ Gqci QGJ^ l] 

eflSQO Q*9 — GQ. Q (Qiq)— fl^QIQQ qifll a©ia Q'^Q* 
Samarendra simha Q^^ ^«t — The younger 
>l^C^^ f^? brother of Pratap Sicgh, Rani of 
^Jft^f^ Mewar. [q— <3!3.l^€l asQ Qiq ^ig?"^ 

9gfflQ©*» G-JIQ «Q9li^ CfllQfii^'il&^ CI99Qe* 

QGcr eatQ GQc^ vi^ 6<aQia€)^Ga 99 
G91Qi]l^Gi3ieiq5&6a^Q'l[Q 9QG9GQ ^loic^ 


■^''^ 


^Si^l 9^91^ aiQj Q^1^I9<» 9^991 <$G^9^ 


GfilQwil Gallic -0 ^^^\ ©«Q G*1^ ^©t* 

G9Q 

^aGq©^— «. ©«(>fal ©©)— QciQgisT c^ag? — 

Samaroohita Fit for war; warlike, 

Sim-irotsaba Fight com:>*re It)* fasti^al. 
Samarod desa Battle-field, 

^fisgaiq— g% © (5>^1 «© )— g^Q 69la» (p^S^tQ)— 

Samaropaja The art of war; skill in warfare. 

Samargha Cheap price, 

2- 9^— g^l (Q^sgi^)— Cheap. 

SamarchanaCna) Mach adoration. 

Samarana(rcia) «Q^| + 94. ©1 — ^t I gqiQ^ 

^';?slf® — l.Torraented^ afflicted, SigieT® — 

2. Pfajed forj silieited; asked for, 

Samartha Qq9\^ €1^ 699|-h©|t, a )— ?. I €9 
(gsdi— ^1) Qe^5 9a9:^— 1. Strong-, mighty. 

[9|qefi, q^d'^! — ©J (s^-^is^' ©Gsi q^ © asg, 

gQ_2. Powerfu', * 1 €iq; «g. SISCI — 

3, Able, capable^ tf I GQia^fj fi^Qqij — 

4. Fit; proparj appropriate, ♦ f ^95lq); 
^99|'31— 5* BeneScial; wholesome. 
9 1 gsig, — 6. Spaoioas; wide; capacious; 
efficient. 9 t S'g^ — 7. Inteaded^, 
desired, r | ^.^qg^ q.SQ'Qa — 8. Reason- 
able. GQ- ©«a* 9il^ (^. ^fleiD— t I pqsiqT 
(^ Q^q^— 1. Strong and well devel- 
oped. 9 I QQiai 69i£!^9l — 3. Arrived 
at puberty. gi,5i — ^i9ejij'9« -rS" r^ogth^ 

pow^et; capacity- 

Samarthaka^ gi-^ )— Sandal wood. q*. q <i. 
€1^. ^°-r-gfla»©Nj GQ e9ffiJ9 a^IQ^v 
gflefo-gSQ^-Sapporting^ sapporter o! a 
proposal, [ 5 — 3^S€i v^W9 G^J^S^ 


jo)5ff 


-q.qaoi(%) 


( ri9v ) 


Q(}8^ 


^<j i a^gra ggi;? gig qi gag gsiiic? gig 
gqeT© ggi^ 3SieQ qqi9 ^\ ©^'lea <$<3 1] 

^fiaat'o) — "a- 9 (qqa+qts'?. *^(> ^)-^ » giqeTf— 

Samarthata(twa) 1. >trengthi ability; capa- 
bility. ^ I 9Q€llft^|-2. Powerfalness, 
fln|)aea<^i?| — J. Adequacy, vi €€lia*<ai — 

4, Fitness- 

Samarthana 1. Asking; begging^ j \ g^g- 
gs?] ©, qiia -fliq, 1 ©S361 — 2, Ascertainment, 
^a^s^'^ J <n I (g©1«Qtf— 3- Corro- 

boration; strengtheniag, -a" i ^9lQ9lflrgi- 
4. Settlemeat or decision of a dispute. 
* I ?i©IQSJiO— 5. Reconciling a dispute 
or difference. ^ | QS^QSi; <i^i e^©s>, 
■q'ail a@S)5«, <l^^« PS^O^I— 6. Discrimi- 
nation. 5> ( «a99|i^ — 7. Perseveraace. r i 
Qa!9 — S. Exertion; encouragement. 

acQ Gai99«l ©Q9I — 9- Supporting of a 
proposal. ?.oi <aqiQQl "10. Probability. 
t?. I SiG^gyj qfll (9«16©|9)— H. Prohi- 
bition. 

flfla«» Q€}Qi^6Q< e — 1 1 gqgg© SQeeQ agiposy 

Samarthana kariba 91^ €$agi@S» 6 aoGOIQ^e- 

Bf^^ ^iK^l 69,9301 ©Q^i — 1, To support a 
proposal which has been daly proposed 
and seconded at a meeting. 

2, To support any matter in question, 

Samartha kosba gdiQ!^ GQQQ' 'gug ^018© 

^1^ *fi1^ A dictionary published by the late 
Sir Eaja Eadhakanta Deb from Sobha 
bazar Rajbati Calcutta. 


QCTQi aef I 

eOQ aQq^ -Q^ ©SQlt QSi3^( Column ) 

€Q jaai^ea 9|'3|qi^"3I€Q <§ ©^ ecu? qq*^ 

Ggg S2^ QGa« gills'* ^^ QlQa© i] 
f3flaQi— 3- 9 ( g^^+«ef yi^+^Q. ao+a ) — 

Samarthana 9^ \ gqag (. gQQ ) — 1. Samar- 
thana (See). 5 I a€]Q*» §;€tq6Q aa^^is^ 
( eai — ^^Ji q €«iiQ^ Q€?©, <'?^© 99 
g'Sfii — Q^C^IQ) — 2. Persevet'ance in the 
accomplishment of an impossible thing* 

gatfi — GQ. ©^ 6 ^-a^Qeii ( gqsi ) 

Samartha gamaratha ( See ) 

Q^aai— GQ. ©^ («• ^prf) — <2flej Q^w — 

S^imarthia ^si^ bvq Strong. 

Samarthita ? | <$©qPafQ — 1- Supported. 9 \ 
alsi© — 2. Asked for, m \ g<31^«i — 
3. Settled. IS i -J©!^® — 4- Corroborated. 
* I ^flio^a — 5« Decided; settled; recon- 
ciled_ 9 I q^G9©0— 6. Discriminated. 
51 I q"^!©© — 7. Adored; praised. 

Samarddfaaka +<?^/ao) — ^ i 9G;Q; a-^^QO — 
(ga^*'^©!— a^^H^a) l. Granting boons. ^ 1 

gaQ*l ) T QlflQI S^^Ol^— 2. Fulfilling one's 
Qfl^^al ) « desires 

Samarpaka ga£^ ©C ( G<?«i ) 

(gci9©i — %]) Samarpana kartta (See) 

gag^— q". q (gq +ad;g|=Qi<?)— ^ 1 010 -1. Giv- 
Samarpana ing; ab solute gift. 9 1 Gt^GWIQ 

gqa^^lq Ve^ of something to a Deity. «> ! a«*l 
gqaS J QH^OIGQ GWlsit ©§€J ^Q 6Q91 — 

3. Entrusting a thing to another; con:- 
mitting a thing to the charge of, ■ w f 
g|90— 4. Placing. » i «Q"» Q*15)Q 95GQ 
aa ei^5. Delivery of a thing to the care 
of anothsr persiti; hanitag or^r. 9 \ 


?£^ 0(?) 


r^9* ) 


•9333 gQ 


6. Surrender of a thing by relinquish- 
ing one'a rights over it. 9 | Q£^l§ 

gflS'^ (Q«ISQ1Q)— 7. Offering or surrend- 
ering one's self to the Deity after wor- 
ship, [q^— <^Sl ^191— g^* ^$ia*'^a| 6* 

^flG^SI «^ — 9*. ^^> g.' — £3 G©1^9 aQl^sJ G^dl9 
Samarpapa kartta 0«t^^ "jgeQ a^« QGQ — 
(gaa^ QQ]^— *il) Entrusting; surrendering, 

Samarpana grahita ^^0 ©SQ — Trustee; doneej 
^^'^'l iSt^^t a person who accepts a trust; 

^^iHJir sr^htT a beneficiary. 

S^^s'iSlQSii— 6Q. 9 (9©9a ^91) — SQ^ '^l? 69^1 9\ 
Saicarparia data sqiSPl^Q g'a^% aQ*l ^"]5)^ 
Ji^j-pjci tft^i ga^'il ^^Q — Doner of a trast, 

Samatpana patra CTOI 6 GO?^!^ 69SQi^6} Q*a^ 
G0l^9 Q<f9 91«6Q ftaab '5<I— A. deed of 
trustj a deed of surrender or gilt. 

Samarpayita ^^)— -a^ia'^i 9^''( 630 / 

(g5»9©|— aQ*l^9) Samarpana kartta ( See ) 

^AQI— GC^. Q (giP)— QSql ^69^5 «Sfll$ Q0S5 Q^^ 

Samarpa ®|g ©q^l ^1 SI«Q gaiQ Qgq^l — 

'fsr^Tl The arch-demoness engaged by Babapa 

^WT to keep guard over Sita in the Asoka 

forest. [€i-6^geQ Qfla'"qqaicg g«l a"©*, 

9^Q i QSS. 6QGQi€i$<dt9 l] 

Samarpita ?<?i^ — 1. Entrusted; delivered 

made over*, surrendered; committed to 
the care of another, j | glQ© — 2. 

Placed. 

^€IQS Ql— 6Q. « — e I 9qQ^ ©CiQI^ q$t Ql— 1. To 

Samarpiba surrender; to make over, to 

^'^t ^R^^^l^n entrust, [^ — gq WQ6Q 

€36^ «aoect9l gqaia 9ft i— ©^q sSi. qoIo] 

5 I QQ a9« QQ9I— 2. To commit to the 

care of. [q — <'^| o@ gga^g q^lO ijQf 


eCi^^iQ— J, ©«l* q.* (q*QI Q9 ^^fll»3 99l€f 9?^«)- 

Samarjyada t | g1giq.§— 3. Bounded. > | 

(9qdi!QI— ^1) fl^lQigg — 2- Respectful; reverent. 

•* I €»9Sg; 39*^© — 3. Adjaining. tf I 

9©Q^ — 4), Of good conduct; honest, 

^f*9''^(ffli)— «. ^ (gq^+as'^)— flP<i&^aQ0(5t^6gi9) — 

Samarhana (qS) Great worship. 

gfia— 7. 9tf. q:* (g^ia «?^9; qa ^^ a ^^qiQ) — • 

Samala ^ | qoqg; q-fti; qsa—l. Filthy. 5 I 
(g^QI— ^1) a^ft. q©o — 2. Dirfcy. foul. « | 

OQ'qqg — 3. Muddy, v | Q^fJ©. 9%^9 
4. Tarnished^ tainted. [Q— ^if €: ©^"^i^) 
sq OGCi gai© Ql^% QAQ a^sia^^ gqf»Qi gq« 
oq 0^' I— Q«. . e^GQ-g^s^aig] Q*. ©— 

Q^l — Ordure; dung, 

Samalapura Sambalapura (See) 

gfiQqg~GQ, ©ei— qcifi^gL'Si (sQst) 

SamalapuFi Sambalaparl (See) 

(gqfi^q^ia— «»'«^a) 

Samala(efcc) Sambhala etc (See) 

€lflGl(GSl)£l-GO. ^" ^1 ^1 GQ^fi? Oiq§^e€t9— I. 
SanialS(ie)i Name of a popular Goddess, 

^PJcft ^ETSIT 2. The Goddess presiding 

over Sambalpur. 

gflfil(GR)^ €I€l— 69. 9-SHR99 ©9%«i^l q^^ioqi- 

Samala(le)I gaada QQ^g Qfe^lQ a''€I9G€l€IS} 

^JISTT^ft^ 0|q — Name of a deep part of the 

bed of the Mahanadi river near 

Sambalpur. 
9PGQ€tQ-6Q. ^. ^1—^51(36) J (GQfl) 
Samaleswari Samalai 2 (See) 

Samasanku q^GQI^ GQ^iGQ a^giO O^eiia^ 
19^6^19) — A time when the sun is just 

overhead. 

gfl€!»— ?. © (gfl^+a€iQ) — aa^ig 6^e» i^(«^s©i9) 

Samasana A full meal- 

g?iaQ qQ— 69. © (». 63i6qQQ+qLQ)— 93 €>tiQ 

Samasara pnra ^IGT S^Ql a^cfo ^>^€- 

^^^^ ^ftm^^ ai9» ^CfiW— Name of a 

Brahmin village in the Pari district. 


Qq€1®Q Q4 


rK99 


gfl gQ 


a«>a9i -a^ aiq^aa?! qiqis'^si (9!§ot) q«» 

g€}^G<^ 1] 

Saznasarkara charpna ^a G^CIQ 9Q§a 

aQiefflG^fea %^ ^eas — Aa efficacious 

medionial powder used as an effective 
antidote agaii3sb cough and dysentery- 

26©10 1 <3€)i 9€lO y «3©, q.^ e^ Q€J (S 

dfl alOffl— q°- §« — ^1 giQlO*! qG9 aloa— l.Xemper- 
Sama sitala ately cool, $ \ qi^i a© a^i 9i 
(9?ial0»01 — ©) a© QQfl §sg9— 2. Temperate. 

Samasodbaoa gq9°eisi ^eOW WSj^i ^a ^i^l 

(3fl91©©«0 — SO't^a) ^GSQ— (Algebra) Equal 

Stibstraction (i.e. the subtraction oE an 

equal quantity) from both sides of an 

equation. 

SarDasnubaoa ^igOi eil^isd dfl^ t^\ p^) — 

(g?l€] QIOI— ^1) ^ I Qv|gQ€)lQ_l, Diffusingi spr- 
eading, 5 I ©I|g$t^w2. Diffused. 
€i?teii®(^l)— g». © (©«fd!)-^ I <3ges«1— 1. Same 
Saniasreni(nr) class;saine species. ^ i^qi 

Ggeil— 2. Similar class. 

Samasre^i(^r)bhukta 1. Of the same class 
or species, > i <\q qqq ^<^q'q^2. Of 

the same flock. 

Samashti ©)-t | gq^^^ ^„g^ ^^g^^ ^^^^g 
8^1—1. Overspreading; pervading., -> | 
^lQQi\ zmn^ 9Q5©|— 2, VVholenessi 

(Qi^— 9091©) entirety, m | qgl^© ©j <i;^^ 
q€)1iO gg^ C|-3. Aggregated or 
heaped up thing, v | 1^^%) gflg 9|q 
^p@i^^®-4. (pbilQaopby) Totality of 


things, « I (aU®) <]i)|^9 g'fi'siSt 69i€i£r.d; 
Gflji — 5. ( Mathematics ) Sumtotal of 
many numbers or units. 

Samash|i(ahti,shthi,shthi)la(la) a^ Q9\\ gg + 
aOM Q'^q^O QI9— Q«llQ, «lf = 9I9+Q. ii\^=^ 

eQi©^; Q^« era, sj^ ©aio;? §<9)-€?qmQ — 

^"'iT 1. A sort of shrub 

?*• e©[^^l growing on marshy 

ground. [o—<39! ©g, ^G^t^ g«^ ^6€!ia©,. 

©Q»QI© QQfl©, OI^QI'?! <S ga© f (q© 

©l^^a aiq— 2. A species of grass; creep- 
ing cynoden, «" | <i© qq\q ©I(J©— 
3. A species of cucumber. 
dfl^l^O— e. ^^ (^«^ + a^© «^!G© 9^+^-j-©^- ©) 
Samashtibbuta — ^Qal'^Si; <QQ ©q qicj^qi— 

Totalled up^ aggregate. 
3?1 ?t«!^9— fr, Q« (99%§; flfl + «€1M4-©)— f. I «q!© 
Sama samkhyaka ^ei^'lfif^— -1. Of equal or 

( 951 ga^l^ — a©iQa ) same number. y \ gq. 
Q^ e§^— 2. Consisting of cven^ 
(gag*5l*f©l — ^) "" numbers. 

get Q-^lil— e, 9-^1 ^fll«* a«l*tl— 1. Equal number- 
Samasamkhya ? I qs! q8 ( G<?« ) — 

2. Sama rasi ( See ) 

afl QglQ— 7, © ( Q@(O0eiQ9l ) — ^^q QaSQ 931© 
Sama samathaaa a©3l©; ?iq!©^©SQ a^giQ— > 
(9fl ego — 9^) Equilibrium. 

^fig©— e» ^(^«,+ ag^tj|%=-6SQ« ©QVi + ^^ a©) — 
Samasana t i asea ©Q^ — 1, Abridgement. 
9 I (©1]©Qtfl) 0©!^© «QQ Qfllg— 2. ( gra. 
mmar) A compound or aggregate for- 
med of many words, fli | ggig ©q^j 

3. Formation of a compcund word. 

^5^3Q— e<>. 5i— C1S3I QiQ€^ «?eiS©i <i©gviei Qer — 

Samasara A red paint used to paint the cards 
jRCJl^ of Gafijapa* game. [ g-^GGl§ flIfGQ 
^n?%i: • ©qa aoi qeiiq <i^ ^cr g|© ©qiaio | ] 
fiifl Qq-rC*!?. «si ( qv «fl+«9€3 )— .^ ( 6© gfli©— 

E^atmPH^' 1, Exactly equal. ^ I g^Jgfij ^fiii'* — 


^fl ^\'^^<^ 


{ rK99 ) 


gflgi^^;^ 


^^^^'i 2, Similar; [ €j— ©SG^ <g^lCieil 9Q I «« 
( gq ^ea^'a!]— aftf^a ) sq. a {«. 399)— ^s©— 

^f^ ^%f With^ along with. 

Sama samayika gq©lQlo; <Q Olfi€Q Qt9l — 
Contemporary; happening at the same 

time; simultaneous. 

«« €ll?iq.9 QQ©— €<>. Q ( ©IQ )— glolOQIQS^ QQ«" 

Sama samayika bharata Q9*' Q^QCQ flCigifli^Q 

OS^qiGO QQ^ £Q^^ Q^QI ^^9^ QQ eiQ 

^9^, 9crH ^^^ ^ cai€ao,©iai ^^loiQ^i' 

gc^Q© 69$ G9^ e^9i 9q€>^o S©lf^9CrQ| 
eg — The title of a Bengalee historical 
work in many volames compiling the 
various descriptions of India given by 
successive visitor b to India ( Greek, 
Chinese, French, English, Ruesian ) by 
Prof J, N. Samaddar. 

Sama sukha duhkha a^^Q^ — 1. Sympathetic. 

( qq %«i <$?eii— <l* ^ei ) ^ I ai-s^iQ ^€1 & (^%^Q^ 

^qiO Peoiq©— 2, Having the same feeling 

in pleasure and pain, go, ^ ( op^alQ!^ ) — 

Same feeling in pleasure and pain- 

Sama supti Qflgg «9|©5I Q«5§ )— fl<g>liftqJ 
gm^ — The great or final dissolution 

of the universe. 

Samaser €^aiy ^€€1® — A title given to the 

Xsbatriya heroes, 

Sa(sa)maser jang cjai^— Title of the Prime 
^^C^ ^irll^ minister and General of Nepal. 

Sama skandha SI^IQ ) — Sfll© ^^ ( 69« ) 
(9fl^^l— ^1) Samana skandha C See ) 

gflg,-qo. ^^ (gq-)-aq fc|l^=saea9« ©€39l + CCf. ©) — 
Samasta t \ q<^, Q^Qii^; 9©o— I. AH. 5 I Qdg 
( Q«i§— ^Q^lO ) —2. Whole, * | <©8»1^©. 

(99^, QflTO, qfli9-9) 9?©— 5. Gathered; stored. 
99^ S©Q adiiq— qq, ■* 1 9qg'(j©— 4. Totalled. 


^'?5 ^^> 999, aea^a, 
^©9, ©^o, a^», 

€»8€99, 9?©j 6^^, 

ao9© ( ©^i»q) 

5I5i^ together. 


**i (Q'lieQ^) 9® 9919; 9919- 
-Jig S'l^ (89)— 5. Formed 
into a compound word* 
^I q**?^— 6. Abridged. 9 | 
qoqg— 7. United; joined 

GQ. Q ( «i^99© )— *?- I 95©iq 
a©ia^ — 1, All things; the whole, 9 I 9$ 
,j,c|^ — 2, All persons. €Q. 9^©!q— 95— 

All 

9flg,9^S!i— 9^ ( €?©»•© )— eag^; 9©Q 9?^ — 

Samasta dugdha Euphorbia Nerifolia (plant)- 

9c?ai{aO^~9^^*^' (a»l9 d ^€liet'Q*«l) 9—^ 199QI91 
Samasta(sth»)na —1. Estate^ 3 \ qH^ «i©€IIQ 

2. The headquarters of a Zamindar or 
Raja of South Orissa. 

Samasta(stha> a(a)phts(su) o3^ <i©91« ©90IQ 
(§ Sl©!*^' 99Q ©iiSiQ^— The Sadar office 
of a Zamindar of South Orissa. 
9fl§e-"£©. 9^^!9 (;9<5*©»)— 9SQ 9<*9<J; 99^«; — 
Samastiaki To all persons, 

9flSa— £©. 93'©19 ( Q^Qia© ) — 95Q«J9^5 9e^ — 
Samaste >1^C^ ^^ All men; all. 

gflg_9o^ ^51. %• ( qq+gi ai^+Q|. a )— gqgijeQ 
Samastha g©-^P laced equally; similarly 

(9931 — CI) (993©— Q) placed; juxtraposed. 

9fiaQl — 9°. © ( 99+g©1 )— CIQ! <^%?\Q 9aJP^1 fi9©fi 

Samasthali QSQ^j SQISlQj a^€^q]— The 

plain country or valley between the 

Ganges and the JamunS rivers; the 

modern Do^b in the Panjab. 

€i^gi©— gl€©. ( Clgiq 6 Cl€!I«19l*«! ) Q (9'. 9l9^ + 
Samaathana gip )— i j SegGQQJ ^^ —1. Head^ 
( 932109^— ag^^a ) » 1 agqci— 2. Top. m \ 

Q£^ (^Q31Q ©q'OiQQ* ^©dl^ ©I 9Q€t — 
3. Headquarters or capital of a Zamin- 
dar in South Orissa. '^ I ©9« 6fQ\^ 
qO*f; ©9©1^— 4. Estate in South Orissa. 

9flqiflO-9'». 0^ ( ©^©1§ )— <l3iig©3 OI^IQQ 9'fll 
Sauiaswamika <i©— • Having the same master^ 
owned l?y one and the s^me proprietor. 


>«v« 


gagifl^ 


< rK9r ) 


B9i'«fl1a* 


Samaswamitwa a^^lQ — Equal proprietory 

right over property- 

Samaa:yamSna gsj. «p )— eaS^' eQqiQ(3*Q 9313 

Qq SlCjas — ( words ) Joined together 

and formed into ^ compound word, 

Satrasya g-j-a ) — t i €€ilQQ'9|Q9Q«iei' Q£i — 1. 
[aaq aaGQ QQg«'l €!QQ A part of a stanza given 
adili^ — ^^l^iai, out to a person to be 

^m'\\S\j, tfligiai ] filled up as a trial of 

poetic skill. [Q—gftg*i|SQ geiQ^l G^ICQ 

«Q^ I] 9 ! »«« ^9%; ^5^9 §9% ^3» 
flf'- 9 S ga — ?• A knotty question. 

3. A riddle; a puzzle> a conundrum. 

problem, * I (-(-qQ. Q+a) O^IQ^I — 
5. Causing to bappeii, <9 1 Q^QIC^J 
GOIf^l — 6. Pestling; 51 ^^ — 7. Mixing 
together^ compounding. 
1^>irl S^t^ 69. Q.— ®QQ— Reply; answer- 
[€j— €i^s oiqwe9 €^Gq, 9©6» Qfl^'ll » 

Samasya debS 9^QQi — l.To ask a problem^ to 
3i^^j| c^>e^1 put a knotty riddla for solution. 
^ra^JU ^ J I €ieQ €QS?|— 2. To give a reply. 


Samasya purana efll«l°€l3 aaQ aiQ 0Qa— 1. 
aflQnl t§ ^ Filling up of tbe rest of 

afl?ni «|a« ?■— aO'i^a] an inoomplete stanza 
^flQMl gqjaiQ ^ given to be filled up. 

^ I ef» <?l <ij?« Q€i^Q., QQQ CQQi; 9CQ 

Q9GIQ qfllMQ-2. Solution of a problem 

^SFI q?fgil 9€1« 6§q <§ OI^GQJ QS — 
. Q^^'W^i I] 

Samasy^tbi SamasyS (See) 


Qftg**! gi^Qi — S9, e — «- i ©to g«Q ^^q os^qi — 

Samasya ssdhiba 1. To answer a riddle or 
^^1 ^it^t^^^ problem. 5 1 6S ig!"a€5 SKJi^I'Q 

in 

?wr^«n 1?^ ^T^T w€)tfl 9Q9I — 2. To complete 

an incomplete stanza put t'^ a person 

to test his poetic skill. 

gWQMi— QV Q--(3W=Qq"f© + aQal§=QMi§Qi+o|j^ a 

Samahya -f-a) ei*|©j iass^ qa^ (£lQQ<gl©fiSl)— 

Faraej renown; celebrity, 

gtit — a. ©^, ^1 (gq4-a)^%fii''ii ^fl aoQ Silver — 

Sama Feminine of 'Sama', ^« 9 (93 al^ + Q|j.a 

A year, qq. ^ — t | (g- eq^) aq| (gqsi) — 
l*Sama. (See) >| G^N»iaQ aoiQgef© 
9iQ ©iq— 2, Nickname of 'SomanStba'* 

qfli(Gfl)^^l— €Q. «' — ^%\^'^\ (GQ51) 

Sama(me)iba Sambhaiba. (See) 

Samftmsa Equal share^ 

^. ^^— ^s^i a*9§5%— 

Having equal share. 

Samamsahari tQ)a=ii Qq<» B-gQ qi ^qq 

(aflt^a^iQ^l—^l) 9?ei«l^a — l. Taking an 

equal share. > i g9!<q€li9*^— ^2* Entitled 

to an equal share. 

Samaiiisika gi-gi— 1. Taking equal shares, 
(^qqi^Ol— Q^^i^g; ^ I qqi°a^al— 2. Entitled to 
(gq,«Q^©i3 qqi^^^-a-^l) equal shares. 

Samatnsa 1. Having flesh; with fleeL- ^ I 
qi»a»— 2. Fleshy, [qj— qi^gsj s^^a a© 

«^G©I9 1] 

Samamsamlna q^q 6 ^a*'*^^ |6^©0 91 eilQi) - 

(q^l''a??l9l— ^1) (Meal or food) With meat and 

flesh. 

Samatnsamina geoQ*" "g^§)Si Q|<^i ^g'pqi^l 


:flQlQ€^ 


( rt9«s ) 


^PIKIQ 


Q!6^ — A oow whioh bringa fortb calf 
every year. (CJ— gqi*9q1»| a^G©, Q^a 

Feminine of Sainaiiisamina. 
'«15:tlOe«»— 9«. © ( gfl^=8iq^Q,H-a09^tf1 ) — QQM©^ 
Samakarshapa nQ^% — Great attraction. 

Samakarshita S^^+^^f. ® )— qq^ftOSa 

(gfllQa'ai — %1) ^gaa - Strongly attracted. 

Samakarshi «§, Q-^J— OSSQ q5»GQ «igfiV 
( gflioe'^^l— ^1 ) ©ig —Strongly attracting. 

g**. ^— ^ I ^g(^s;9t|al a^—l. A smell 
which is diffused thrOttg:h a vast 
space, 5 I ®^ie»* Q^ ^S^ ^9*13^9*1 
(Q^GQIQ) — 2. Food which has a very 
attractive and savoury smell. 

Sam&kara Similar shape. 

Having similar shape. 

Samakula afcilQ^ aaq — 1. Much perturbed; 
; (qqi^JQl— <jl) agitatedj distressed, > | a^qqa^ 
g'€l^©3 ftCQ'^l^L^ — 2. Doubtful; perplex- 
ed. « I 9®'5^— 3- Bewildered, v \ 
('a'lQ) 9il9 — 4. Pervaded by; diffused 
^itb, [laaj -«4qq qQ^ qqi(ja sjqqw i] 

♦ I (— 9»^) a^l^i Q**i«— 5. Full ofj 
abounding in. [aai— ^og ga gqiqo 

asidi i] 

SamakTUsta d^^ — Tightly attracted, 

Samakrandana a^q«— Fierce attack. 

Samakranta n^\'^ — 1. Attacked on all sidesj 
overtaken. 5 I QS9S gS>CQ £191^ — 
2, Forcibly attacked by, • } q^^ — ^3. 
Taken v I 909*115; 9§©— 4. Spread; 
pervaded ♦ I O^^agQ ©Q-gj ^IqiSi^sj; 


9lOI99<^^ — 5. Bounded on all sides }^j 

given boundaries, 

Samakshara Having similar or equal letters* 

qfliasl— q*. Q («\— 3q^+a+ei^l tJl^=©^©l+©^a 

Samakhya a + a)-^ IQ^''^ Q98— 1, Celebrity; 

renown- 5 I ©C€l€l Wfllil; QiSj ^31^—2 

, Titlej name; term. 

SamSkhyata 1. Renowned; celebrated. ^|$e€I9 
(g3|«ni©i— 41) Olflqij— 2 Termed; named ;ti tied. 

qaiQo— g*. ^d- go (qq^=qqi«?^+aao)— vi s^aS©— 

Samagata 1. Present; arrived at. 5 I <99 
(gfliaai— *lil) ^a« — ?• Assembled. i>{ aQ®j Cl9- 
(gqiQq, qfllQQ— $) ?iQi — 3, Come, v | qifll®^- 
©IQ ©Q^QIJ qiai©^9©— 4. Met, 
e«jQ®(fl)— g*- Q ( gq +«+«©; qa^-f aaq )— 
Samagati(ma) t I ^Og® — ^- Fresenoe, 5 i 
^if «0j <15 giQSQ .9a» — 2. Meeting to- 
gether; assembling^ gathering. * I 
eiQqo — 3. Coming; arrival. « 1 ^Q^ — 
4. Union;* connection; junction. » | 
dflQIQqftj €li|i^l©; ge^CS — 5, Coming and 
goingi concourse. $> { g*g|^ (©QSQIS)— 

6. Acquisition. 

qfiiQiO— 9". ^ ( gq^^gfl'i^+aQi® )— ^ i ^^®Q 

Samaghata a«ai© — 1. Heavy blow, ^ | q'Siq^ 

(gsi^o — 9^) q.^— 2. Battle; fight, v | ^p^ii^ 

9d-^3. Killing; slaughter; murder. 

QfllGqQ— q». 9 ( gq^+a+oi^o )— <109 giao 

Samachayana !^^©19) — Placing or patting 

together. 

g<^!©Q€i— q«. 9 (qq^+as>Q«)— q9i«i€j5 €j^q aoQ«- 

S imacharana Good conduct. 

€iaiQ€)©— q°. ©«1 (Qa^+aQQO)— Q3f© ^OQO — 
Samaoharita Practised; followed. 

q^P--qfl|€jQ (GQfii)— Sam«ohara(See) 
QfliqQ— a**. © ( qa +CiqQ )— t I «^Qj g»9|Q— 
i'-amSchara 1. News; report; intelligence; 
relation; tidings. ^ | qQl^Q; ^^q 
a©€><a— 2. Good conduct; good behavi- 
our. « I §^i€^Q — 3. Etiquette; approved 

social usage. 


9^19^ 


( rKc. ) 


Q9l9 9^ 


SamSchchhanna 1. Wholly covered. / i ao^o 

(<a9|fift| — %1) —2, Overclouded, • | fi^^^giq^ 

— 3, Concealed^ enveloped, "^ I Q^ QClSQ 

GQ©I e^lQ^Ql — 4. Surrounded on all 

sides. 

Samachchhadaua ^9\19^ ^a «>l ^^^ ^69 

gCdSiQOaq J -' 1, A coverj envelope, 5 I Q'e^ 
qGQ a©Q«l gQ^l—2. Covering wholly. 

Satnaja a^©Q6«. a)— t i gg— 1. Assembly; 

(aiq!©«?— €1^) meeting, J \ a«j 909— 

2. Multitude. [€^ — fei© e9!Q ^i^^^^ 

3. Company; crowd. i» | aSQi^j ©€€19 
©1^1 «?l ^eQQi 91d9ia ClOSi Q»— 
4;, A society formed for a particular 
purpose; corporation, ♦ I €?^99€Q€IQf 
^9\^ g!0 — 5. The burial ground of an 
anchorite. ^ I OQ d© (^ <19 a^JQ 990. 
6QQ Qfl^ — 6. A number of persons 
iollowing the same religion or course 
of conduct, formed into a body or 
society or club, 9 I €<?C0» ©1^ 

QQSQQ get <^S@6Q qol G^IQ ^Q ^GCT 
9«9IQ€Q €«l«n C99i (§ 9QI€^<31 6<99l 
©9G^ €iQ C«a «^^ ©I© 9t S^SQIS^Q Q'*^- 

7. A society formed by different sects 
or castes for the purpose of worldly 
and everyday intercourse; community. 
^ I ©IQd^ QQ — 8. Caste-guild; a society 
of different cafte-tBcn, ^ I (glo1«> 9°q «) 
eflai; gtsi©;? ^a^— 9* A social festival 
or gathering. \o ( 9^q|0£? Q^\ ao, 

gififlqioe'Q Qq (aqQ eQia)— 10. a crowd 

of auimals other than beasts- [o — ag 

^fl«,W^I ap 6Q€f ^^q €Q® 3fl|«' CIOQ <$<!, 
©W 69§ <?W?Q ffl«© *5<! I sal.— SO 


gqi©, Qi^s gpip^al® gfli©, gi^e<i qqi©, 

<}Q 91© 9&€^ 919 «q§«? 0Q©, gfli© 69ia 
9i<i3 93!— c>l^ <3q|©j QQ'i qqis*, fs® qaiQ 
e» gqt© i] ^^ I (+©||. s) 9§1 (a605>i& 
G«te) — 11* Elephant. ft> | (+^9- a)^ 
00^ QPO — 12. Going together; travel- 
ling in company. eQ. © ( OIQ ) Qaeq 

*y»iQ 9%9oi9Q gig^9%ea S9ii]® <S ^^'qiQ 

9^901 GQ ^ S^Cr^S* ^3 <3q^, ^IC? 'yiig g$fl«?© 

goifii"® gigig© 6 g5©o gq,i<t>9a» - iSTame 

of the daily and weekly editions of a 
Newspaper started by the late Gopa. 
bandhu Das and now edited by Babu 
Lingra] Misra M.A. and managed by 
Babu Badhanath Rath.. 

Samaja gata 1. Relating to society. 

5 I ^ai© 9^ (GQa)— 2. Samaja baddha 
(Sae)- fin I 91^1©©— 3. Social. 

Samaja gxuha Q©9l©i^ — 1. The prayer house 
(gfll© QQ— G©fl© q9) of Br§hma Samaja etc-i- 

the prayer hall of a community. 5 \ 

^^ q? — 2. Meeting house^ 

ciflie?9H0— 9% ^tfi. g: ( «^1©©, )— e©l^g gqi©^. 

Samaja ohyuta 9§^^© — Excommunicated; 
(gqi© ©*I5— ao*«%Q) out-casted-. 

(Qaift O^©!, Qq|© ©191— <^1) 
(Q^i© o;*©, gqi© ©<tia— «i) 

dflie ©f— 9". «i— gifllS© 9<§5— Social facts-, 
Samsja tattwa facts about society. 

g?!!© oiq©— g«,9.g.» (f <1 ©©J-gqieQ g©^i 91 «g^1 

Samaja nayaka o«!§)— A headman or leader 
of a gociety or community. 

m\Q «©-«•. ^ ( #»^1 ©©^) — e I .«i«;^©liC© ©qq— 
Samaja niti L Social rules, -> I QQ^ 9Qii 

91Q aiqid» ©f qi©9 ©ol ©g9i<}-< 

2. Sociology, 


9flig 00 


( ^^r^ ) 


gq,® §€"€# 


5(fll9 Q^-«'. © 8^ ( ^^1 ©©J— gfll^R QiqQ; G«»]«9 

Samaja patt q*gQiJ^Q qs;*l 919^3 eat^l 90 — 

The headman or leader of a com- 

noanity, SQ. ©— oa€Q€I9 VGSiaiy 

©e^*® — A family title in Bengal^. 

QfllQ Q«0-9', 0^- g» (♦Ql OOj — qQIQ Q1O (SQSt) 
SamSja patita Samaja cbyuta ( See ) 

gfl[Q QQj— 'q\ ©e^, q." ( «i^( ©©^ )— qooq— 
Samaja baddha Formed iato a society, 
(gai® C(SI— ^1) 

ggiQ Cis*©— a\ e ( ^^1 ©s>^ «?i ^g© e^di )— 

Samaja baadhaoa v [ gi?5|S© ^^^ ^! ©i^ai — 
1. Social rules, 5 | GQi^' «?»» SQiq.* 

Qe9— 2. Social tie^ Abends of society. 
3, Social relationship, 

Qflisi Q?^'©-9°. ^« ( »5?1 ee)— t I ^leon© 

Samaja bahirbhuta (g^ei)-— 1. Samajacbyuta 
( See ). ^ 1 gq|»> ©s^^ { 6Q« ) -. 

2, Samaja birnddba ( See ) 

Samaja bidbana Samaja sasana ( See ) 

€151l«i Q^^ — e. ©51 (^^1 ©*s) — "aiq©© eqqQ ©9- 
Samaja biruddba gs ©I g©c« — Contrary 

or opposed to the rules of 

society. 

QPiS^ ^GQ^rt — G*. ^^. q" ( €^999 O© )— < i 9PI»Q 

SamSja birodbi ^qq ^GQiiGQ ©ItfOIQl— 

(gfli© ©e^<iQ— ft)) 1. Acting contrarily co the 

rules of society. y | ggie ©^© ( €Qa ) 

2. Samaja biruddba (See) 

Q?ll9 ^9— ^'' 5^ ( 5>fl1 ©©^) -^ I gfll©Q a^G©— 

SamSja bbukta 1. Included in society, j I 

G©I«^ ff'SQl'^© «€$** e^lQQ^I— 2. Being 
a member of a commanity, 

«!qi9 q^Q^— ^". © ( 9^ ©©J— »eQ q^lQ^ig Q«!©© 
SamSja bhusbaDa <^€\ ©i afidtflQ^^S ( ©«r9 )<^ 

An orcament to a society. 

«c*i9 «QQ— «•. © (a^©© ©i©9i©)— g^iieq'? (€Qei) 
SafflSja maodira Samaja gxaha fSee) 


«lfll9 Q9©—^. ©^ ( «5i1 91 •^l ©©, ) — 1 I <afll9©1© 

Samaja rablta (6Q«)- — !• Samajaohyafca (See). 

(m9 Q§01— ©) > i GQQqiQi^Q gcil© «^l§; ^511© 

gg — 2. (persons) Having no society or 

Community. 

e?ti»a^— q'. © (^^1©©^)— afli©Q afl©l— Tbe 

Samaja sakti power of a society^ social 

.strength. 

efli© aiQQ— a-- © ( 9%^ ©».)— «^ 1 Qat©©Q a©a© 

^ Samaja sasana ©qq —1. Sacial rules.. j» | qfl|- 
©e€) ©$g©^ g©— 2, Social customs, mj 
eifll©© €l|g — 3. Social punishment; soci- 
al sanction. ts [ qqiQQ qq^^ e^ae© 

Qfll©© ^«»l aysi©— 4i, The rule or mas- 
tery of a society over its members. 

QfiiQ a.erQ-Q% © ( qa© ©tfai )— ^iqi© ©©:> (gqsi) 

Samaja srankbala Samaja bandhana (See)^ 

€iqis> «^crfii— 3°. ©^ (^'ll ©©J— ^ I ^i^'»^ QQgisl- 

Samaja srunkhala 1. Social nicety. ^ | qq|p 
©©© (, GQ^ ) — 2* Samaja bandhana (See) 

gfli© ^qiQ— g\ © ( *^1 ©©^)— ^flifi»6© ©^?i©i a§©- 

Samaja samskara ©Q 6>i^^ ©I Qe\\ ©$® ©Q 

eq?5©^s© ^®s^^ ©1 9©©Q sai ©q|C)Q| ©5^5 

«|53|©© ^g©fl*0©* cfil^l©— 'Social reform, 

qq|© e^iQO— ^•. ©■ V ( €^Q3Q ®®^ )^3l3i©3 

SamSja samskaraka ijseil 9€}©§iO ^^9 ggai 

( aqt© 9'Qiq©! — ^1 ) 9?§l© 9© a^da ©f^— 

Social reformer 
«!fli£> g^iq — 3,©.qf— 31^!®© ^^l© ©I 9©©^©SQ 93'l<^ 
Samaja samskari ©i €jOQ ©"(^^ GQ flfll© ©95© 

(qqi© 3^^!S!«1— ^1) e©]^9 g,gei!% SQs^ ©a§— 

Social reformer. 
^qiS $©—9% © ( ^^1 ©© ) — fl5l|©Q €^a©|Q— 

Samaja hita The good or benefit ol society, 

communal welfare^ 

Qfll© 9©OQ— 9*« ©tf. qf (€&99Q ©O )— ^ I 9qiO© 

Samaja hitakara Qa©ig ( 931 ©I ©I* )— 

(qqiO §©©?3— qH) !• Beneficial to society* 

} I g©tg gflis»© 53aQ ae^— 

2, Bringing good to the community.- 

Samaja hitaishanft Good wishes for the 

society, 

«aiS>9sS€l— 9*. ©^. V ( €i0s<> ©o, )— Q5«©© 
Samaja bitaisbi 9Cr©©lfll ( ©*•§ )— Wishing 
(qfllQ S©©iQ— a©t%9) good to the society. 


^otf9 


qciN 


( f^r^ ) 


gciiiii^a 


^Q\9 ©e® 9^1; 95115 ^e-S'idij \ 

ClfllCr-*6'9. 9^ (go. qifll©©)-'^ ! 9|ql©Q — 1. Social, 
Samajl 5 I C9f«^ Qfll©Q Sb1C5— 2. Belonging 
5rWf^^ ^imft to any society. 

SamBjna ^1. a)— «^''- aag— Celebrity, fame; 

renown* 

^fli©(©i)— QV ^^. ^1-^l©jafli; gio^gias^t— Occupy- 

Samatru(ta) ing the position of one's mother. 

9.^1—9511®! ( 9^€©I9 )— Step-mother. 

Samatruka <, i si|© p^g — 1. Having one's 
(qqi*^®l— ^1) (a«!©^0— ^QQl©) mother, 

2. Accompanied by on 's mother. 
€If;i^9— Q*. 9^ ( Q'55l@ )— ?Q1 I^Q^a^— Of the 
Samatmaka same or similar nature' 

Samadara a<f€} — 1. Honours venerationi 

9919© 1©^ »^^^* respect. 5igq^'"oi_ 

QCIIQQ^l!^ J 2, Welcome; honouring, 

Samadana !■ Proper acceptance, y ^ ^9qQ 

QICi S9^— 2. Act of receiving proper 

gift, V I 6€Ig©I^©3 e^f^fllQfi? e^nS^— 
3. The daily rites of the Buddhists. 

Samada(dda)ra 9699 —A family title in 
^t?t^ ^RT^n: Bengal, 

«151!«>m€>fl©)— gl. © (aq<gt) {^^ gg|^)_qqy qq^iq 

Samadi(etc) (GQa)— Satnadhi' etc (See) 

Samadiba To give consolation^ to console 

fjg 'S^ 5IO G«Q I — aiOl QWIQ^l 

^;ii§o— g^* eei. g? (qa^+a'j©) — «%is>©i ao a§©— 

Samadiuta 1. Very much respected; honoar- 
(qfll'J©!--^^) ed, ^ I q?!,^©— 2. Welcome. 

^fliGQs — «• « (951^4- aeQa) — ^^'^^^ ae^QSj ag— 

SamSdesa Special order. 


gfjiMl— «, Q (gg^+21+yi ai^=»dlQa 0Q9i+^?» 
Samadha n+n) e I 9^\<^; fl1v?l*% m^- 
[^flldlQ — aO*iQa] !•* Deoisionj settlement of 
[q?»ISO— ^^] ^^ affair. » | $6gy QS^ — 

2. Reoonoiling of a dispute or differ- 
ence, • 1 QOI'^ ei^ — 3. Settlement of 
a dispute, "tf I «>qQ— 4. Rule; regula- 
tion. « 1 ©aqf!— 5* Practice of religious 
austerities, j? i ©©Q Qgige^lQ© b^l^^l*" 
6. Any religious observance voluntarily 
undetraken, 9 1 9511^) GSIQ flid©; ^^SQ 
TO<iaQ «Q QSQI— 7. Abstraction of 
mind from external objects and fixing it 
on God; concentration of the mind on 
the Brahma, r » a§g<s|<S>— 8. Enquiryj 
researobj investigation. ^ | gsid^O — 9, 
Act of seconding or supporting a pro- 
posal, to I ©^Q <3»ig«li B^aiQ. g§dig — 

10. Concentration of niind4 mental 
abstraction;; composure. V^ I aJlO — 

11. Religious meditation. t5 I QQQIQ — 

12. Remedy . tm \ gi^Q ggjap— 

13. Completion or accomplishment of 
any work, ^v | Qi^QQ acT «6€9— 
14(. Part of a drama [q — 6a©'oiGQ 

Samadhana a»)— ei g?(|ai (SQa)— i, Samadha 
(See) > I mjSi ^^Q q:o— 2. An- 

[gqi^O, q^ldigq— .^tf] swering a question. <n | 
gWI aCitfl — 3. Solution of a problem or 
riddle, GQ- ^ ^1 '^Q 9««- 99IQ 
ol9l**g! 9^9 9«ft— 1, Reconciliation bet- 

yjsjtsft^ cnmtl^ ween two disputing per- 
sons after settlement of dispute. > . 

2. Amicable settlement. 
«lflId|0(©)QQ9l— GQ-«"— «. I ^*S^ 05JQI— 1. To 
Samadhana(ni) karibS accomplish, 3 \ (^q|q) 

m\^ ^^rt ^UTTMsr iK'T^n Gg^IQQI— 2. To set- 
. tie or cause reconciliation of a dispute. 

SamadhSni 991^ fllflrsil 9P ^a^— 1. (a^ person J 


<a?i!y 


( '•^'"* ) 


g^iy 


[g^iyis^a— a^*i§9] Who amicably settles dis 

^3|t«r[^ HfireVl«it putes between other 

persOTjp, 5 i ^QIQ €^S» OQ^ISQ gsi« — 

2. Skilful in bringing aboat amicable 

settlement, en \ €)1^Q^€)9— 3. Of a 

m)ld or cool temper. 


Samadhi 


(q^^+a+ai fci[^=aiQtfi ©Q9i+a<i 

<gfll§^— 9^) —1 I gaiai (gq«) — 1. SamadbS 
•^See) y j qqiaiQ (GQfl)— 2 Sam»dhSna 
(See). <o I gQfliqiG- g§© «l9iqiQ <ggQ— 
3. The unification of the human mind 
with the divinity; the mental operation 
by which ^the God in man is one with 
the man in God'. [q — qq*" qg|y Qg. 

<?(©ao G^S^ 'alio' ^<3 1 ai!s> ®Q9os»e96ii4 
©1914 'gci^'GQiQQKi I ggiy e9c« 5i§igt g©^ 
«a9« <g©' aefi© »s>Q a^^ qp ^g g^iq Sisi^ 

9g go qC_9*1€l<3©a!5) QST QG9 1 fii^Qa§fcl|» 
gig ^©^^% '^aly' €l>j ^<l| QQaiqi qge» 

GOiciGi ©©?! Era 981^— gae>» <Qig9Q 
gig ^JiQ^iij s^^aGQyio 6 ©©aeq^afy 

^< I CQ^S^gOO^ ©GQti ©Q G^dll GQlf <I 

qd «@©l« <9I9 G<$Gi;^ dlQ^I 9Gtvl I illQ^I 
^^q<i 69G^ ^'.O '$<] I 2JIO 9<99Q G96Q 

Qfli^ '$<! I ai©s« 6 G^q^iqjiQ Qa^oss) <§ 

G9iQ»S I €i3G®G©6fi ^q* qfti, a5?9, a^iq 

Q^ G'S'iQ aag g§q.eGQ 39310 ©qqi^ 
iafleT ^<i, 6Q6QG9GO «^§ Gaial^ gai^3 
69N9N I <$ '^m^ a9!^Q OQGqigg'; 

G§q <? ^©fii^i^Gi eiff^G^ a<?CICl £§ 

■Q§GQ ««i^iQiQ^Ga si©iQ€) e^^sjQ a^sift* 


3SIQ GQtf 4 9ICl(i GQ^GQ Q§GQ ^i^Q ^O 

ao^q ©Q GQG9G9G<d 99t, 99 <i G9^ 

<<;^^Q 69IQ a^^)9ig$l9©&^^^Q SQ^IQ 
go GqG«G©GO ©5©«ft gq|y 9c 1 gg, ©c^q, 
a3», 9i^iqiq,Q®*»l'g>lQ, ai^^l, 2tiP <^ 3©©fiii 
m^, ■<33^ s©©sfc gqt^Q acTQi GqiaiQ 1 ©^ 

G99a Qfil^ GQ©9<iqi^ d^lQQ $ 0^ 
G^QG©Gfd qqi^€^ GS3 3931— gk^^Q^h ^q|^ 

'$^— ^^GQIQ 1] 
a I gajs— 4. Vow> engagement, ♦ I 
51?,© — 5. Consent; agreement. ^ \ Q^ — 

6. Contract; settlement, 9 | aSGQia — 

7. Requital; liquidation* r f qga — 

8. Storings c | aglaj QQi^GQ aai^gis^ — 

9. Perseverance in a difficult or impra 
cticable matter ^o | eSlQgp^ QIQg'iaq^ 
G9?;?l©^5i,o — 10, Silence, tf. \ g|©*»Q 
q^ «)G€16 (GQS^ blGQ ^5^0? Q^Q\ So'gQiGq 
<l© gqs^GQ QG^ <^ <39 ^qi 09® <5Q g^'Q 

sffi^ e^iQ *5^Qf Q^»i gQi3o <$<])— 

11- A quality or condition o£ an epic 
{in a case where two events happen 
simultaneously and ara expressed by 
using one verb (convoyiag double 
meaning) governed by two notnina- 
tives,] [6$Q|9Q^.-©ISGQai^ i31^ 'gQgcrlQ' 

fliiesi ga G?g <<? g^Qqs^gisGQ ^s-^aig 

eiSQi^ I ] ^^-^ I -aefiavig 9639—12, A 
figure of speech, where an intended 
act is effected by an accidental occur* 
rence. C^^— Gq^^i^^Siis^ aiGig^a gsT 90!®^ 

saoriQ GgiQQKi I jaeii— 

^(^% g'a% Qd CQ^jqi ggo GQiq qeiq? 
QiqaGQ; 9g 'qgi^ G^qif qq— qG€>$ 
QQg q^q' I <@gQ goGQ ^gqi^ aotyiQ* 

^SSQ— 13, Name of a Jajua sage 


^u 


( Til V ) 


^m 9<^ 


whose advent is predicted in tbe JaiQ^ 
scripture. ?.« | acrl^lcj ( 0^e©l« )— 

14. Promise. «.« | ailiQ ( ©«l.eg|« ) — 

15. Contemplation. <ip I eiG^Q ( Q^ 
6WI9) — 16. Attributing a thing Or 
aQ attribute to another thing. t9 I 
TOl («)^e©!«)— 17. Sleep. Vf" I <^^^ 
(^<i,6Qig) —IS. Concentration ot mind, 

cil9iqt€Q Q|?© G^ai-19. Name of a 
Baisja described in the Cbandl. [ § — 

^lfQI$ <1Q> 0|l(9|(iJ ^^QC< C9Q93 I ^Q^ Q«>l 

Q^W «o)qf ©y ees^ q^qi oc« i <i9I ^^ 
q9» cS eQ^e% < (J^g* aosq ©g^q Qsg© 

«i^6, ^Q eQ*q]t^g 99 9Q 69^* aqy«l 
9€fit I -<i$^ea vva' eQ^tiq^Qi (^ cQ^^i 

GQGQ 1 qei Q^QQ^ gig GQGQ <^ 6Q"€]<I 

^<;i*t|9lPI6Q ^GIQ'qQ m^\ EllQ* GQ6f GSe 

, ^©iQQ q^i© e^lQ ^®l 8!<^— 1. The place 
selected by Hindu mendicants for depo- 
siting their bones or ashes after death. 

[S — ^^^^t^^ ^^® «i«9^aGQ qg^9l9fllQQ' 
9QC1 9ai% G<m)3 G919^IG^ ^Q ^^ 90lq 

51^1 a^«i -^-o I] > I GOiQ aqo— 

2l* A^kind of seat during Joga exercise; 


€l§G^^!] *> I Q9Q - 3. Grave; tomb, 
[ei — ^QGGi G9Si5G9 flQ^SQ ^IQ- 51QG^ 
QQGfii -COG^ Qfll^ t— gaiOia. ffOGQfl.^3 
w i €IQ GQISQI — 4. Burial. * | ^i^q 
€}®l Q9 60191^91 aiQ— 5. A place where 
the ashes of a dead body is buried. 
[q— 6«>G©9 G?§9C?€i q© 6<??^ QI9 Q QQ 

Qqi^ GQ«--« §^.— (^ql e«) Ga^' aiocQ «c?fliO(?^ 

Famadhi ksbetra g^Q Qasw— Grave-yard> 

laat^-^^, > a-j«(g\g burial ground; cemetery> 

gqi^^p J " * sepulchre. 

Samadhi grub a SamSdhi n^andira (See) 

Samadhighi(gbe)nib» ^To be buried after 
:^;rtft 5re^1 ^Htf^l ^srT death; (the dead body) 
(aflid^GOQI— ao**^9) to be con^gned to the 

grave. 

Samadhit-su ^iQlKlO «QQ! 0IO Q®^— Desirous 

of making "Samadh5na\ 
efll^lGQOl — a(?^ G9I©QI— "To bury a dead body. 

SamSdhi deba jmtfsf c«re^ HffTf^ ^ 
Z^iil aiQQI— GQ. -^t — q^ QGQ G9!©i9?>I — To be 

Samadhi p^iba buried after deaths 

gfliy §g.Q-*6Q. Q-$9lt)^ gJQGQ €9!©i9QI oaQ — 
SamSdhi prastara Tomb-stone. 

ftiqbipaQGQsi *5< i] 

Samidbi bighna ^ifcjl— Obetacles to one's 

meditatioa, j \ gQIQIcJQ ^^Q^Q^ Qflli^' 

a^ai q^ GWI «>9iqGG} €^82© ^^5lf» — 
2. Obstacles encountered by a Jogi to 
attain the final stage ol Samadhi. [<£?- 
^\H9 QQQ^ 99l<( gQ 9Q GsaQe69G<d ^obdii 
9ai6GQ Qea® G9^i«j «S9Q i^a^, eq§ 
a^aiGQ Qi9;^isG«if 9Q SQ^q 0991% OG^— 
Rs^, ^Gfla, QQ|i^ <S Qqi5i9QVa«g 5^ 9|^ 
«*s^«=i,ff Q€j9i%aqqa a^soQ^^isi ©q»i^ 
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ffeiQl^aq^e^s* e^SQ oi ©'aq a««fl osQ 

Samadhi bidbi &\%&S( ^9Q% C>aiO Ql ©i^^fliO— 

Rules enjoined in the iastras for 

attaining: Samadhi. 

SamSdhi bhagna(nga)kariba Samadhi 

bh5ngiba (See) 

SamSdbi bbanga Interruption of meditation. 

SamSdfai bhangibS ogqil Qsf gQ©|— To 
[Qfli^ QcrQ€5Ql — QQH^ei] interrupt the medi- 
[qfli^ QaiQ^l— it»^^a] tation of a person. 

Q'f^c? gqi^ €}cr «>s)^ i] GQ^ ^- — ^yiO «^ct 

e^QI— "The interruption of a person's 

meditation. 

SamSdhi magna Immersed in deep meditation, 
(qfll^floj— ^1) 
qfliy flo— SQ.e— q*^ 5lO©6«19 — Name of a M^laa 
Samadbi matha or religious institution in 

»Wtf<R^ ^nnf^BB turi. 

qfll?a f«QQ— SQ, Q— t I «fllM €^9eQ WQ q^ ^i eQi»- 
Saii^Sdbi mandira !• A mausoleom; a 

»Rtt^^^ ^PHRnri*^ tcmpk raised over 
a grave. ^ I qow»i9(? ©0!QQ<J 691 q «| 
SjaGQ ©3© 9Q91 ?IQQ — 2. A temple lais- 
ed over the ashes of a dead person 

Sam&dhi stambha ^gO 369iaQ QOSi 5^ — 

*ft|ft «^ ^Wlft «aw 1. A pillar raised 

^▼er a grare. 


Samadliistha «>q« — 1. Engaged in deep 

[^fll^gl— il] meditation. ^ | qfl|^ qajg— 2* 

Which is inside a grave. ♦ I aQ>tl9IQr 

w©G«i aj^ea qo^ ( qo, ©«f$, ©g^ )— 
3. (mind or person) Devoted exclusively 
to the Sole thought of the ParamatmS 

Q<^\q, Q,^6Q old 69Qi «i^St<i qqi^g m^g\ 

afliy 9i§*— GQ. ©— qoieQ a<a qs*!3giQ» Q«n99i€i <© 

Samadhi ha^di golQ <$l^— Name of an ear- 

5Wtfi( 5'lf^ Wrif^ ?rf% then pot of the 

capacity of contkining boiled ric2 

weighing 3 to 4 seers. [ q _ 

Kige-Q ^\-^ egQ q€$oQ a^a Q?jaisQ| 
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gfll€«'^ — «". ^^ ("a^^+a + fcJi a|%4-®^- a)— 
Samadheya gqidlOQ g^aq^— Fit for SatiAdhaua, 

SanQadhma(dhna)ta qq"©— l: Resounded- 

> I «$ai$«— 2. Encouraged.** | q^qIS^— 

3, Very much kindled* v | €190 — 4, 

Proud, «i (9q^==qfl|g+aiijo) q^lQ^ea 

a^*©— 5. Emitting similar uounds, 

SamadhySyl - 1, Studying together. ^ I ^Qt 
(aaiiili^'a— ^1) a!iii^OWI^-'2. Readingjn the 

same or eq[ual standard 

Qfli©— GQ- ^€\ ( e- gaio ) — qq(ft ( gqs ) 

SamSn Samttna ( See ) 

51^ 9IC^. ^Slfl) ©^9iqi^( €©« ) 
^nHH Sam^n ( See ) 

gflK>— «- ©^ (^^^Ig; 9=^$9i qq+q|fl=-a€^qi% 

Samana q<^\Q ae^ 9€$q|^ £11919; ^^1 gq^+efl + 

(a Qi«»--^g®) Qi yig— Gw;+g^* a)— 

t I gq^ flf 9; ^Q'^— l- Equal. > J 
SR©«— 2. Level.. *» I aQQ; <19 ^8— 
3. Same; uniform, v | ^fi^^i aQq|«i ©| 
a©IQ 91 q^tf §9q — 4i. Equal in q^u^|ity, 
shape dr quality, » | ^g^p — 5. Prouds 


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^IQ^ 


oy^ QIQ €<>fiCQ 8^2® 9|J5^— 1- Name of 
one of the five winds inside the body- 

QQI«? l] ?I (©"ilQ«Ic) <Oai«8 €$OI6)©<?^ — 

2. Letters uttered from the same place. 

eQ- e — 9g|Q| {CQa} — SamSna ( See ) 

^fllO OQfl— ff. ©— *L f ©^ Qg^ q»ei ©©€>1 (<?«€©!«) 

Samana karana — 1. Straighteniag. 5 I <© 

9I«iq. 90f Og(j^ 99IQ aoiQq £lfQ| 

(©<l€9le) — 2. Equalising of two things 

of the same class. ^ I §^Q 95^Q ffSflP- 

©q€I (eiaq' gi©a!«i>— 3, Bringing about 

the erection of a prostrate penis^ 

SamSna karma t } gq ^^Q^iqli^l. Of the 
eame profession. y \ 9g|o ©flgig— 
2. Doing equal or stmilat* acts 

Samana karana Having similar causes. 

Bfll© 9lOla(9!©<?)— «. ^« ( «fllO©!0+€}Q5 QO ) — 

Samfina kaitna(kalika) e'l aflgiolQ. <3« W^IOSQ 

91® «>l Q^m— l.Born or produced at 

same time, ,^ | gqqiq^g — 2. Contemp- 

orary. •> | <0 apqGQ «^^l — 3. Happen- 

ing simuM"ancottsly, 

SamBn^t janma qfi)*t 9^^ — Of the same age. 

SamSna jSfcija e I ^S9*t 9)Qt^ — 1. Of similar 
(gq|© ©l«li^i— ^1) class. > I <t9 «»'«q— 
2. Of the fianie caste or species 
€fl!9 9Q— 9». ^§« ( Q^Ql^ )— i I <l* ^'iQgiql— 
SamSna tantra L Of the same profession, 
(qgt(» ©;it — <1) > I <}© qa gjj© «Sq — 2. 01 
the same nature. • | <Q €l|«laiqg ajP* 
<30q9 eiOQi^ ©Q© (©^eQfS)— 3, Engag. 
ed in the performance of similar 
vedic practices and reading the same 
branch of the Beda. 

8amSnatS(twa) Equality^ similarity. 


BamSna dbarml ig)— e I §a*i a^; <3©arf ^S^— 

1» Of the same attribute. J\ -q^ Sii|5w^«(|- 

gy?! — 2. Professing the same religion. 

gq»Q— ^% Q«. Q" ( 9q+aoQ. €»<$q1© )— . 

Samanana c^Qi m«0 91 ^ei ©9% — 

(Qai;?OI— Sl) Having Bimilar faces. 

SamSna namS ^ | qQiqi; 9q|»Q|qeifqi— . 

1. Having similar names. ^ i <]99|;(- 

^S^ — 2. Having the same name, 

^ifliOQqs-^. ^^ ( ^'$«,^; Qaiw+pqg )— t I <©- 

Samana bayah Qi^q — 1. Ot the same age 

( ^qiovqq— ao'iQQ ) > i «i^'<Qq^— 2. Of 

similar age. 

Samana bayasi (€QSl) — SatnanabayaJ? ( See ) 
( 3qp Qi^f a — ao*i^0 ) 

Samana barnna «5qj©!Q® ©^ — Letters uttered 

( 9q|»^4!— til ) from the same plase, 9^— 

? I ^^ ^^^^^ —1- O^ the same colour. 

2. Of the same caste. 

Qfl© QQ-^. C) ( Qtfdl ) — « I ^«1 90— 1. Equal 

Samana bala strength* 5 | ( 9910 ) colgl9 

a5>id QQ 99qo «ci^ agoi ^sj^ qq« 

2. ( physical science ) Equal forces 
applied to a thing from opposite direc- 
tions. Q^. Of (^^'^$)— %^<i Qa^a^ — 

Of equal strength 
^P,9 Ql@ —3. ^^. qr (^*5S.®i ^^'*» 216S 91^ QI^IQ) 
Samana bahu — q<4 g|<^ ( g^Ct ) — 

(9510 Ql^-;*— «0'^q9) S:inia bahu ( See ) 

9fi Q O^qq— -a. 9^. g** — ^^ I <9^B 5§Qd efOQ®- 

Satnana brahiuachari Qig— 1» Pra rising 

( qqiO 5§S|Q«1— ^1 ) similar continence. 9 \ 

AQ 5©q^— 3. Performing the same 

penance, a. §* 1*— q«ld' { 9«lG©l'a ) — 

Fellow -student, 

€i«iQ ^©— a. 9-Tt. I Qi^ as ( aey©^q«5 «€Q q^jb- 

SamSn 1 l^bati gPIQ ^<ldi6Q e?ft4€Q aQat*) - 
1, The privilege of sitting in equal 


^9niQ^<> 


( rtry ) 


qQii?oi@pi 


glory with Bishna in faeayea After death. 
9 I ^9\iQ ^<id— 2. Similar efialgenoe* 

^fliwq© — 3, «> ( ^H+«»'^*^ ) — ^ I ^^'^^. ao^«>— 

Samainayaiia 1. UpbringiDg^special bringing ap; 
(q3l«3©— Qtfl) J I ^a» — 2. Union* 

-«1«IQ «flM— «• 9«, q» ( «^<« $; qqio+aaii ) — <i© 
Samana sajya €i3*tieQ €1^091^ — 
( 49IQ €101) — ^ ) Sleeping on the same bed* 

Samana sila ^^ n&Q& Qgq — 1. Of the same 

{9Q|0€ll©l— ^1) conduct. 5 | ^s^, gqg ^%— 

2. Fossessiog the same nature, 

Samana samkhja ^"^SX^^ — Of equal number- 

Saicana sukha dahkha Qi'^iQ ^^6Q ^a 6 G8« 
(331© ^^^ <^t«i — ^1) ^9|g— Feeling the same 

in pleasure and grief. 
«fll« ^<J— SI. ^«' ( ^•. ^fll«i^« )— «l^l» Sl« ( €<>«) 
Samana skauia Samana skaadha ( See ) 

-Qflrt? ^« — «'• «« ( Q%%^ )— t 1 95l%*j GO^ «^Q 
Samana skandha ^(SQ^JOSii acqg«|gej ^Ajq g^O^I 
(q?llo q©l-^1) «6Gr gqift — 1. Of the same height 
^q«l9 ^««i|-"« ) ( literally of the same 
height as that of the shoulder oi an- 
other > > I ( Qaeid )— <ig «9f'©q§; 
QflaQg — 2, Of the same position. • | 

3. Equal in poeitioniwealth and age^ 

:5]fli^l — q\ 9— »l^*l ©Gft GSI% (-6Q«)— See note 

SamanS below NayikS.'go.^^.^] ^qgj^_j_^'] g^ — 

QQICS iils^©— Feminine of Samana. 

Samaaadhikaran^ ^€\ ^^ l€^ 9Q|e]Q^^ O^^l^i^ 

(©*fl^©Sl^— $9^©) eQlQQi^ —Apposition; 

general property^ common quality (the 

possession oi which makes two things 

belong to the same class). 

€ifl|c>iyQ;Q— Sin © (gtfdO'-^^^t a^^iQ Qi 39 — 

Sananadhikara Equal right or title. 


I 


Having similar rights* 

a«i»i€r— Q«», 9 (<^y|)— fti^*t aef. <» ocf— Same or 

Samanartha similar meaning. Q% ©^ (^§^S) 

— t I -TO ae-^fq— 1. Earing the same 

meaning, y \ (^«) qq Q6i^t»0 Ql «^eQ€W 

( qqitPief! — il ) eS^— 2. Having the same 

necessity or aim. 

dqi«»Q^-q*. ^- ( 3Sll«>-|-«%® 9«^te9 ©, [«!] + 

Saraaoikarana ©Qffl) — wqfllQ 9|^ fl^lft *Q9I— ^ 

Equalisation. 

S^manita 1. Specially brought. 5 I ^ft©— 
(Q>it9©i— ^1) 2. Joined together* m \ qcra— 
[9fliQi^€>— qJ 3. Reasonable; united. I 

gfl.^fll^— q». 9— (alts*) <l©w* a§9|©Q asio^ 
Samanupata g<\(». t^Q qi «j^ a^siOQ 9q|<>^* 
Q5i,^^ (Mathematics) Equal ratio; pro- 
portion; equality of ratio. 
QfliG© — Qi- a — QQiq^a, €$oa— Like. [€^— ^i-gncj' 
Saraane €iQt «fi€» aiQ, 69 6Q^ gCJlSO ©€0|€1 I 

Samanodaka QIQCQ eQqOO; QQIQ flG$ Q^tfl OQ 
€9^*91999) — <e©IQ©i ©%<^'€ 9^^ 8di$ 

^ tf q^Q QCKq ^^Q'^ «^^-Kin8zuen 
within fourteen generations of rela- 
tionship; kinsmen connected by libation 
of water between 7th and 14th degrees. 
I ^^91© ^^€ a^Q© 3€>t^ 93^ 

q@^©i % 0.^69 g^eq 9e9^6Q, 

(^©i@q, 9<i>iQd9,(?it) 

a©fi qqi€>.PI^9 6©IQiai<3 I] 
QfilGQiQ^S'H-q'. ©• r (Q-^^^S qfll»+^QQ+ia) — 
Samanodarjya <I©9i«i<? q^i© — Blood brothers- 

QqtQOiQOI— a. Q~fit9q|»Q*IQ€«^Qi*H^kindoi Mmije 

Samauopama (figare of speech). [ Q— 

€0^* 9©£Q qq|© 91 ^a CM 9iQ 9ialQ^ 


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Samantaka Cupid* 

Sam antara Parallel. 

afll^Qesff-^s § (©-(i^© )— eat? gs^q ^aq® 

Samantara kshetra Ql^i© qfll^;fi— (Geometry) 
[^fllfilQO 69« — 5«i^a] A paralleilogram, 

Samantara b|utta oi^ g^<^QQ^l; -^QCQQ^O 

(qfll^Qo Qfij— aQiQ9) 9Q— (Geometry) concen- 
tric circles. 

Samfintara rekba gfl(^Q9§i1 e<$IQaia^ — 

(gfll^qo GQ«i— aOf^a) ((jeometry) Parallel 

lines. 

SamSnta'ra sro^i (sre^I) ?)G9ai g;i aQfll^GQ 

q^®€l ®r fi^Q^Q qag^tj -(-Arithmetic ) 

Arithmetical progression* 

dQI^Q «[Q«GQ«|— Q'. ^ { etl9© ) G'a^ ftSOGQ®! 

Samantara saralai^kha &QIQQ gfll^Q — 

(^fllQ^fi «6iaGCi«l"2©')qa) (Geometry) Parallel 

straight lines. [ g-GOfiir *$Q S^l 

€>G©IC^g ^Sift ^QftSSlfilf Q«iq 9«eQ G9G© 

9S1 ^^GO (^Q(^ gg/Q^ G^GJ^ QQ^Q ^@Q 

SamSntai^la Xetc. • ^©*i|l? (^qis) 

SainSctiira etc, (»^ 


0ai^Q<>-'€flt— «. ^^ (<1?SI^«+Q©>— (©*ll^©) «iai^Q 
S>am»i3itar|ka kabetra q«^; ggi^Q ^^^'^i 

9QiQQ 9Pi^Q^ — ( Geometry ) Parallello- 

gKim. 

^flfe («ttl)— ^* ( ««5^Q9qcf+a9 yiig')— ?. \ js€i^ 

SamSp ( root ) <;>Q9|j Qflt^ «Q(?I— 

1. To finifili. J I g$j| ©QW — 

2. To complete. w> l Sd^ €?«;>r— 

3. To be completed. 

gflia— ff» ^ ( e^^^j 3?i»^fl!«+sa^— »» €i|69;^ 

Samapa Qfl^_|-«g.f a)_t \ e<:?9ia90 glO — 

1. A place for vedic worship, 9 10^— 

2' Yedic sacrifice, 

Samapaka ¥ig)— «qia»Si|^; 69 69ftfi§ Ql*^^ 

(^qi99i— q,1) ^^19 QSQ; Q^QIQ®— 

AccomppHshin^j fulfilling; fi-nishingv 
gWIQd— QU ^^ QQ-* («, 3^i9 ) — 9^19 <G<?^) — 
Samapata Samapta (See) ( ^ — G9^*tG*^ 

q^l^Qf). ^^ I) 

8fllQ©— 91. « ( ». StfllC )— «I5MC ( 6Q« ) — 

SamSpati SamSpti (See) ( ^J— OOI^ 

9!^ I) 

g«ia© 9€}«»i— gi- ^'-^^-qflig cqqi ( €Q«t )— 

Samapati karil^ SamSpfci karlba. (See) 

eP;Q© QQQ- St, ^ ' («©sia)— gai^" q9q (GQa) — 
Samapati rasida Samapti ra^ida (See). 

^.tllQ^— 3. ^ rC^^H"**^^) — ' * qq^lftGQ Qa|© — 

Samapatti ^ 1 . Simultaneous presence. 

5 I aQIQQ «a^— 2. Mutual objection. 

* I aogl^CTQ— 3* Voluntary meeting 

or unioD^ 

SamSpana aO )— e. I Q^lillQj GQQOQ^ — 

(gqiaoi — aQ'Toa) 1. Completion; aooomplisb- 
(<aqi0©*-^«) mentor «flig*— 2. Finisj. 

end. m \ ^jaieQ— -3. Fulfilment; 
fon&ging to a dose. 


f^m)! Q^9\ 


< ffv< ) 


Sajnapana karibS accomplish, > | 63^9€^9f — 
'Rt^il ^Hlj ^irnf «li<*ll 2. To bring to an end. 

^ifliGKnq— ^. 9^ (Qq+«i3j-bi^ erf. a<aq)— qfliai 

Satnapanija SamSpya (See) 

SamspanDa gig— 1. Obtained; got, ^ | 
(qciiaai— -^1 (+«§• ©) 9E<a^ ©aogg— 2. En- 

3, Accomplished, if | 90 (g^e^ilQ)— 

4. Killed. » | qqg— 5, Finished. ^ | 

9^n (^«ie©l9) — 6. Troubled. 
^5110 (^1^)— 2- (3fl^+a9,a|^§€)J— a»i -gjiggaig. 
SaTnapi{root) ggq^l— To cause to be com- 
pleted Of fioished. 

Samapika ^l^ST— ^.Feminine of "Samapaka". 
-» I (QiiQQgi) 919 IQ gs^ist <yng QtQ'i qqif 
^<] (©"c^l)— 2. Finite; (a verb) which 

closes of completes a sentence. §. 

^Plto «qt(GQ«l) - Samapika krija(gee) 

Sam&pika kriya 9I®hQ ggig' ^<3 \ fi^jite 

(sq?l|§©l^S^l— ©9*31©) verb; a verb which 
closes or completes a seutenoe, 

Samapita €. | ©^i<?©. 9^19® —1. Acconjpli3hed5 

fulfilled. ^ I <aq|g_2. Completed. 

* i fllQ^—S, Killed^ murdered. 

Samapitabja G9QI€) eQICl** — Fit to be com- 
pleted. 
Qflia'©— SI. «J (g*. 9fli£j)-gq|§ (£Q«)— Samapti 
Samapiti (Sae). 

Samapipayishu «| €$) — qqiso «Q(?|<j QO©— 
Desirious ol finishing or completing 

a thing. 

SamSpi vq|. ^^ ) -^ qfligooi-g— Finishing; 
(Qfl!§qj— ^1) accompHshing- 

^flig— ^- ^tfi (qq^+a9 6i^+«iy.®)— t. I 9©6«a3 


(qflig"— ©) 1. Finished. 5 I fl^S© — 2. Got; 

received; attained. *» 1 ^^4— 3. Com- 
pleted. ^ I QqiQ©— 4(, Accomplished. 

Cfqig 9S59I— G<9. « — ^ I «^^^ Qs;©!— 1, Tocom- 
Samapta kafibS plete. 5 1 (g.39l<?9 mo Qj 
'Wt^ ^ ^nrm ^TCSTT GJaa») S^]^ 9€?91 — 2. To 
finish (the writing or reading of some- 
thing). 

m\^ q9qsi9i-'a. ©.— QieQ**!^ gqis 9e€is; qoqiq 

Samapta puaarattata G9!9 9€a9> €9^" gQGQ 
9191^ tqi9QQSIlQg|t€«§9!9"t€ig^'%a9^ 
g^QN— A defect ia composition wherer 
affc-er closing the sentence the write 
continues it agaio, . [ 9— ^Sll^Qt 99*^ 
flSGQ <J9i QQfflQ eQif<i 69l§/00^9Qa 
a^S' <I ©iOs$_jqig OQ g^^ go ©gs9 
_6fiHeiii3!<S 'qS^€i««5 €JQI?0 9Q', <30IGQ 
Og €91^ 699 1 ^09 96)^ ^^<^ S»Q^ 
€^Sll^9 99 €199; OagJ 9$9| ^99 ^ | 
Sia99 9CrOIGQ 9S9 <l@ 6919^ aS99 

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9fli^l«Jii— ^.9 (qflig+aef^-a + a)— 3gq*ii (69?)— 
SamSptSrtbya Samasya (See) 

0«iG^io— a. ^, g.° (gqig+ea ai^+9^. a)— ae^giql 

SamSptala (^§3^!Q)— Husband; lord. 

Qfii^— «• ^. (aa^+aa^ ait=9R9i+q9 ©)— t i 

SamSpti GSi^j 39319 — 1. Termination; com- 
pletion; conclusion, 9 \ 3I^^2. Attain- 
ment; receipt!. •" I ^flsfff — 3. Sup- 
porting; ratification, tf I9ltfiqq!y(-— 
4, The end or aceomplisbment of any 
work. * I ©e^a'; s^Q Qiafl — 5. Accom- 
plishment or bringing to oompletion 
(said of a religious vow) 9 I 9Gqa*S«0 
(^^G9l€l)— 6, Settlement of a dispute. 

^^Pltfe G9. 9.— (9©Qei)— ©3 G9'Qg9| fl99qiG€) 

^Wrft ^§'919 G9«9l90l^ ©g" e9IQ?l9l gflg 
Q\^l aiQ9l 9ig 3^993161 «i9«|f9— Termi- 
nation of a decree by fall satisfaction^ 
the full satisfaction of a decree (on the 


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jsdgment^debtor lully satisfyiag the 

decree bolder)* 

JSamaptika e^Q SIO ^qi^ ©QSfQSJ (©^Q!«)— 

A person wko has cotnplsted his course 

of study of the Bedas. 

Qfll^ ©QQI— 6<i».e'— ^ i^fllQ^ QQq>|— 1. to ac- 

Satuapti kariba compliBh) to J>ting to an 

1^^ ^tflft^^sn end; ^ to conclude. 

9 1 (9©Qa) Gwl^t qQosfleQ ©a qisj 6 

2, To have a decree fully satisfied, as 
between the decree holder and the 

judgment debtor. 

Samapti darakhasta ^^| d^iqi g^^^ea QIQ- 

®alQlQ (§ GQ^QIQQ* ©QETi^ aQldQGS) 981- 
8^1 aeWff ae— A petition filed ia coutt 
intimating the full satisfaction of a 

decree, 
Qfll^ 91Q9I— 6<3>. $*— 3?»I9 6991 — ^o be finished. 
Samapti paib% or completed^ 

Samapti rasida f^ GVIQ^^I dQIQ SQ^QIQ- 

pa^ Ql EtQlfiUCCQ <>l«fil ©Q^— A receipt 
of full satisfaction of a decree granted 
by the decree holder on hia decree being 

fully Satisfied, 

Saiiiapto(a)yam granthah 6€l«663 Gfi^SligQI ffq® 

A Sanskrit sentence written at the tnd 

of a book, meaning — This book is 

finished here^ the end- finis. 

Samaptyartha Samasya (See) 

Samapya qqjg €99IQ eQia*!— Fit to be comp- 
leted, 

Sajnapriya Very dear; beloved. 


damapla(pla)ba giQ^ aQai<}Q— 1. Bath; im- 

mersioD, j | gj^g qgg Qlfcja— 2. A good 

bath; a thorough bath* 

SamSbrtana n^i^\ — i. Coming back> return- 
(q9H5)^_aQsqa) ing, 9 I GWIyi^OI«>^Q- 

CQQiSgi eaa 9q wi'a' 6991 oy^ q^Q- 

«I6Q3 -96q ^9l€] qpQQ €1S> q9f Ge€j9lQ9 
Qfif— 2, The ceremonial act of a twice- 
born youth returning to his house for 
marriage and becoming a householder 
after completing his student's career in 
his tutor's house, [qi— ^^|«gQ £© Ql 

39fiH«) ©9 ^*§q9G€^ «^ 6*5>a|0 (S^- 

GETQ m ©f?i9 €'Q^i 9f^ 'gqi9Q»'^a 

©^SGQ q^q^tt'^igl ^gt^jqi cefQ G91q 
gG^ffay ©OGQ eio ©q €^Qff qei> qaiaGQk 
9©g qgcr @9iGQ giffga gs^IPQ^ 

q'S^a'SsGGi ae^g] ©Q9I QisT q^s-oi^ 
9§^G«t I £i©©ifi^ ^©siftQ qiQiS'Q q^q^- 

ai^<i9^® G'$g$si§ 1 3 

Samabarttita sailQs^"©; aj^fi^ 69qci StfUQ'S^ 
as— Caused to come back; made to 
t9q|Q€^'OI— ^1) return. 

Samabaya 1. Multitude* ^ Ir9q9ii^; ^l*i^lQ — 

2* Aggregate, 


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Sam&bSli CaterpiHar. 

SamSbishta Occupied- ^ I ew}«^ ©l^SQ ©g^ — 

(g9l^^l— il) 2. Engaged in. w | a€i®9<5i -^Oig- 

(a9ie«?€l— ^) €)^—3,_ Engrossed in. v I -CO^ 

Q^g^Q — 4. Situated or placed together. 

SamSbjuta o^QCtSQ SQ^O-l. Enveloped, 
(qqi^e^— e?) enclosed. ^ \ R^isf «— 2. Oon- 

cealedj hidden under 

Satnabiutta ^Z. I s^^tiSJ^-^- f^eturned; come 
(gqi^^— 9) back 9 iqs^q96QGQQ flio e«9 OQ 

q9« e^Q a^ 3®^-2. Returned to 
one's home for being married after 
finishing the study of the Bedas at 
the preceptor's bouse and getting the 
preceptor's permission, 

«fli€9€l-«^^ ^ ( «\+«+««^ fcJiSL+Q^- ^ ^— 

Samabeia e \ Qe«?€I— 1. Entrance; adinitt- 
(g^i©^ ^^) ance; admission. j I e°g Q— 

2. Accomodation. ^ I qeoisaiQ— 

3. Attention. ■» I <l©«l^f©5 ^^^l-^S^^— ' 

4. AssociatioD; being placed together/ 

Samabesana 1 I gs^a 9<^Q^\ — !• Thrusting; 
(^9169^9—^^) admitting. 9 I <QQ g\^^— 

2. Placing together, 

Samabesita +Q<S. «)— ^ I ^^^^9^^ €ll?l<8 S©q 

1. Thrust; caused to enter, admitted. 
.9 I O^^Qeil eiC^Q^Ij q'9l«»ii99— 2, Placed 
together, * I 9*9l9a — 3. Aecomcdated. 

dM© 691998—^ Having one's atten^ 
tion draw.ts tO'a noattei: hgr another. 


Samgmnata — 1. Uttered similarly. > | o^ 
qecf add-*-*^« Read together. 

Samamnaya — e I <Q9 QOO — ^U Reading 
together. 9 \ <^9 €50!Q«a— 2, PrOTio«a- 
cing together. *» I Q!0 »fl— 3, Success- 
ive reading^ reading of any matter 
<Mie after the other. tf | QqaQOI— 
4. Succession. •»! ( + Q(T* a) Ql^ (Q^Q91€l} 
—4. Religious booksj scriptures. 
9 I a«1l (Q^«l€l)-*6. Number. 9 i siq^ 
(^^6«l«)— 7. Aggregate. 
Q^^iq 9 — q'* ^ ( a??ifl t3£i + g^®tsa^. Q9 )~^ i «||| 
SamSmnayika ^^-l^— 1, Relating to the 
Sastras. ^ I SH^QQ ap^— 2. Read or 
. studied in the llaslras* 
gfliqiQ— ^'^^ q'C^fl.+ttC^iQ) — ^ 1 gctia© — l.Come,. 

Samayata 5 I €^93 © — 2. Arrived at. « | <]©^ 
[ g^iqisi — %l ] 393 — 3. Come together. 

[ gqii^— 9 ] 

Samajukta <©^ q^; ^qg— l- Attached to;. 
[ flqieaia— V ] joined together. 

Samajoga 1. Union; association. 9 I qfl^iq — 
2. Multitude; ooDglomeration, v | ggic^l- 
^Q — 3, Necessity, v \ (+©<[» a) 3Q9^ 

—4, Dress; cloth. 

Samara ©agj eQlOQSQ e^Q aicf q»iqtl,€9€lQ- 
Q«i, 9Q9I W%l '^O— A room inside the 
compound of a temple where rioe etc are 
ground and kitchen vegetables chopped 
for the cooking of the Bhoga for the 
Deity. [ ^-^QSQ^IQ ^^aQS'S? G^^^fl- 

s<?WQ!<i I sja^?iie» aQQiQsi o^\<i^\ ao 

Samarambha ^IQQ 91 QiJSi asiq— 1. The begin- 


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^"^ 2. An act whichi has been begun, 

«9H€5 QQO&ii gfl!e^9 — Ado; sl^ow^ 

grandeur. ( QSl — Qff'Jt^aQ 91519 QQQiel- 

Samarambhana t. i acjao ("^^GQIQ ) — 

1. Embrace, 3 \ Qflieqo ( CQei ) ( ^^- 
SQIQ ) — 2. Samalambbaaa ( See ). • | 

Q9« ( 9«ie©i<a ) — 

3. Taking; acceptance. 

SatnarSdhaaa Worshipping; paying of homage, 

Satn^radbana tatpara gas — Beady to 

( «a)(5]ao ®gq— ^1 ) woreliip. 

Samaradhita Specially worshipped. 

Sanaarurukshu €$)— ^qigq^^ ©Q9!^ Q9j9 — 
( ^q1^%^t ~9 ) Desirous of riding, 

SamSrOrdha «I9HQQ.5 — 1. Pompous; magnifi- 
( aqicq^^— 9 ) cientj grand- 9 I a^iqO— 
( 9fl|^9l — ^1 ) 2. Much elevated or advanced. 

3, RidiDg upon* 

^fiieqa-g". 9 ( gq+«ieq3 )— i i 3fl*f©^ egs^ — 

Samaropa 1« Careful planting of seeds or seed- 

(g^iGQs^— HQiqa) ings. ? t q§efi« sieqa— 
[ ?qi6Q99 — 9& ] 2. Particular or special 

attribution* 

Samaroba a^jja — ^. Considerable improve- 
( Qq!€q9^ — ffl»1Q9 ) ment5 considerable ad- 
vancement; elevation. ^ I acQ*?^— 

2. Ascending; riding on* <n * ©It^QilWi 
£J9H^— 3. Grandeur; pomp^ eclatj ado* 

B I g^gj — 4^ Consenting. 

Samarjaiia(na) 1. Conciliating; consoling^ 

^Kt^ mwvsm ^ I ( ff, ^^\^^ ) — w^0 

(€Qfil)— Sammirjana (See). 


Samarjana kariba 1. To conciliate; to 

1Tt<|5f^t ^ITWT?T iWifTT appease; to console, 

» I gafC>Q ©€3^1 (GQS) — 2. Sammarjana 

kariba (gee). 

^^IiSqi— €9, ^ ( 9Q1 )-"eaiq9i — To wash. 

Samarjiba [ €$— ©I^IG" ©Qtfl q^6«, W»99«J 

gqid'-e. © ( gtfai )— e 1 gqiQ «d'-i. The same 

Samartha meaning, j \ ogj gss^l©0^2. One 
or the same necessity, « ( <]q g^eQSt^ 
3. The same aim. ^ j (<?§qi^§) ^©leTseQ 

[qfliefl— 9,l9«] €10 — 4Synonyin. 9",^^ (9^91 §) 

[gqiaSJl— ©] gflia*© ( e^ei )— gamarthaka 

(See) 

Samartbaka 1. Having the same meaning 

[gqiae^laQ— aO'^^a] op import; synonymous. 
? I qqgSiqieQ^^'gj— 2. Having the same 
or similar aim or need 

Samarthi k^\ t.Q)— .<». I -a© SG£tl©fi>Q!'"^€Qat 

[ gqfa'n!— ^1 ] $iiq — 1. Having the same 

necessity or aim. 3 \ Ql^ aiQ pgo 

£ ?i«l,6WIQ ] — 2. Desirous of peace. « | 

q«>Q 9q»i Qiaogqigl [ 9^691^ ]— 

S. Desirous of reoonciliation or af?ree- 

irent. 

gflliS;-G<>. a (gflia'?!^€jia a§i@i ^«90q; awi^ga^^a; 

Samal aQfig^Ga 91^8®) — ^ I ^tCjQ » ^IWIO 

jftsi^Tfe ^m^ $« — 1. Be oareful | Be on 

[gqiQ — a^grfQ^a] your guard, j \ l^^^ 

08<9<j ) gqia«?l«5 «ri q^©|^ Jgg© ^a— 

2. Be ready to bear the brunt of the im- 

pending danger. 

eqiQ— s<9. Q— ^ 1 95^®; 9qiQ; effdifefiQ^i — 

Samala 1, Being patient; patience. 

rbearance, «» \ agQal ©1 Q( — 

3. Waiting- ©« — ^ I Q^g©a; G?dia1«- 
1. Patient. > I aeaai©!^ — 2.''Waiting. 
<n I q9QQlO"-3. forbearing. ». q«i, 

1 r fHfilC>S'i|— 1. Haying garlands. 


^I^N^i 


( r(t«» ) 


g^iat^S) 


Satnalakshya ? ! q/qcQIQi (ql^O** Q^T^)— 
(gfliiiiSli— ^1) 1. Fit to bo secD, y \ ^€«9^6g 
e%9 Qeil§^tQ GfllQi— 2. Deserving to be 
marked op noted; notable, • | aci^69€! 
«90I€Q <!?a'b6Qia'! — 3, ObserTable. * I 
SKdl© eaiOM— 4. Fit to be afctetided to. 

Sarua laga Attached with a ring; having a 
3l1lW^1 ring attached to the end, ( ^ — 
^im^TTTf^TT «Q5^€]1«I <i^Q qq|«Ql 91^|Q I 0«l l) 

Samalabdha ^ | Qi©^ €>§"©. Qcf ©q aiQ^QI — 
(gCilfiiq[Q], gq|fiiq[Q]Q— 9) !• Besmeared; pain- 
ted, j* | c^SOs ae«@0— 2. Anointed; 
overlaid, m \ gqo© — 3. Joined together- 
ys 1 9« — 4. Killed; murdered, X I ^o — 

5. Seized. 

Samalamba fllQI^ Q51,|Q9I — 1. Suspending; 

(gsiMnfi*— ^«?*'%9) hanging, > I Q^l^^assj— 

[QCim^^*© — OfiJ 2. Special support. «) | q^^j 

qciSt ©^ Qeas (gs ©<f^qi)— 3. A kind of 

scented gras?. 

SamalambI Samalamba 3. (See) 

SamSlambha(bha)na q^. a:?) — ^ I ^§75 

( gPli^q[ «$ ]— aotqa ) QCriQ^I— 1. Dyeing; 

[QqiQQy— Q^] painting, r | GPIftq»l; $SSi90 — 

2. Anointing; bssmearing, w i qiQ^J 

•g^QQ; 9a— 3. Killing; slaughtering, -a \ 

6'*>96Q Q^ffl<i> eS^ia?! — 4). Besmearing 

the body with sandal paste etc* 

Samalambhl qgicjq'^r, t.g| ^.Q)— ^. l©CQao?ig_ 

[ flflifiiC^ — il ] 1. Besmearing; anointing. 

/ I 5I1Q«QI<33; 'S'^Hf^JR— 2. Killing^ 

slaughtering, 

Sam&lSpa Intimate conversation. 

«Ifllfi)a— SQ. ^— ^qi^a (6Q«)— SambSlua (See) 

Sami^IiS 69, ^«1 — 3qi9« (GQSi) — Samalaa 

(See) 


GQ. Q«. ^f-K I GbidsilQ—l. Patient^ 
9 I aegfllftiq— 2. Waiting. *"! ^9»€l1^— 

h^^ ^nuSi^^^T^T 3, Forbearing, 

gqiQl 1 _ ^ 

Samalingaoa Tight embracej hugging. 

Samali neba Sambhaliba (See) 

^]n^\H ^\^m v^^Q^] ^'¥iT5W 
( gqt©9i— aonqa ) 

Samali GslQl ( e«l€Q!« ) — Nosegay; 

boquet^ 

?-gi^8D-€Q'«>— qni^y (€Q«l) 

SamSlua Sambalua (See) 

CQ. ^^. gj»— gqiaa (eQSl)— Samaiis 

(See) 

Samaloka <, | gsiiS^qeg QQO — 1. Observa- 

(gqtSQ^ff— 3©i%a) tioa. j \ gj^q^sa 

[ gq!eQ9», qqieQ©^ q^lS^^^l— 9SI ] 6Qt9l — 

2, Good view. 

Saoialochaka ag) — gqiegol (GQS)) 

[€iaieQ-3*l — %\] Samalocbi (See). 

eflGfig9o(»i)— ^' © (^q^+asQQW)— 6«1^9 9|q, 

Samalochana(na) ^195}, QQ^Q 91 Q09IQ 

[ qqiSQ©— soM^a ] 69i€iqfl|«?Q Qq**c?^ 

[g3ISQ©S-"Q^] aeQQOl— C^riticism or review 
of any matter, thing or person, 

QfllGQoaq-3'* 9« ( 9q^+a6«Q<a!^ )— aeq^® 

Samaloohanlya 6991 GQlCli— Deserving or 

fgq sqoi -aoi^a] fit to be criticised* 

Samalocbi QOj ^qi e9 )— gq|€a©99l^— 

[g5lieq€J'a'-^l] (adj) Criticiaing} reviewing^ 

(noun) Reviewerj critic, 

QPl€i— a' ^ (qq^aa b!q^=s)i 391+^9 a)— ^ 1 q^*** 

Samfisa €^g« (Qilf^)— 2- Good meal, > | gqiC"^ 
^oe^CI— 2. Thorough enjoyment/ 

Samasankita 1. Terrified. > I aS'tSJ gpoa- 


^o^e 


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( q?^IQi^-« ) 2, Very suspeoting; great- 

ly suspicious. 

Samasraya 1. Refuge; support; shelter. 

Qaia"© ■% 9 I g-gtiJ^— 2. Help, 

Samaaiesha Tight embrace. 

Samasba (^ ^^g^Q — Mixed with Brihi grains- 

Saiaasa +qQ a)— l I g«G€ia— 1. Abridge- 

ment; ccntraction. j \ q»£^j— 2. Geilect- 
ing; gathering, ^ | 9qi9iQ— 3,Coaglo- 
meratioD. v \ g©© — 4. Meeting to- 
gather. » i 9flefo— 5. Ratification^ 
supporting, pi (q+fliq)— 95iaS(— ^-Year 

•O^QQQQ^— 7. (grammar) Gompoanding 
of several words into a wholaj abridg- 
ment of many separate words into one 
word. [ '^— ^Q 9\ Q^ 9*?<g O^ejQ 9Q^i 

gqig ga qqiq, sai— g^©^, <?^^Qj 
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GQa Q ©9iQ ^©^g.9 Q© Ctqi^G© aq- 
^QSQ QG-Si <I5>I<J afi^Q^ qflig ©9^; 9211 — 

«e^©l«1, ^6©Qq, sei©Q, qaCQ> ysjsq I 

© I %9^ sia^ ^qm— 9^13 s«gq q©^ 
9ft® 9©^© (aeti— q© gs^e)^ ©^g g$9 
^©9© (Qai — ed^j^©), ©|gi ci^© ^©9© 
(Qal— <8i|©l©), fcii^ q^© ^5*9© (sal— 
«i©€)^ ©€"9 g9« &?9© (39© ^1©©!), d 
<j©9. 9§o es^^© (qqi— <59 ©05^) ^qfliq^ 
i<3Q^qBiacfiqG<WQSM<i i 


^q^ ©i©YG© ^©1 a©9i©€r© ©€€i3^ ©G^ 
aa aejs-^^ ^< 1 <!g ^Gsgs'i q^ji? ^g? ©i, 

©,,13 ©|©«i €©IQG!|<3 I (Ci^Gftl^)] 

gfllS 0Q©1— CQ. «"—©© Q© 8©q 009 ©Q gqg 
SamSsa kariba aosQ aQ^© ©9©1— To atnal- 
^l^i ^^1 gamate maay words into one com- 
^T^jm ^^yfl poand word. 

gfllQ^— a. ©^ ( qq ^sQqf^i^^+asg )-^ i a©<fia§ — 
Satnasakta 1, Addicted, > 1 ^^q — 2. Atta- 
- (^qiq^l — ^1) ched. «) i qg— 3, Joined; united. 
(flqi9©^©) V I Wd— 4. Attained; obtained. 
♦ I SftS^©^ — 5. Absorbed in; engrossed 
iM. 9 \ ©€il^© — 6. Brought under con- 
trol, 9 I q^9® ( ©^eQtQ ) — 

7. Heaped up. 
gqig^^qf, © ( q^^+asS) ) - ^AI^Q" { oQSl ) 

Samasakti Samlsan^a ( See ) 

gfligcr— 9*. © ( ^q^+agcr) — t l a©11«5— l. Exces- 
SamSaanga give attachment. ^ | aQ€tG©€!-— 
( a5»|g||Q— aOi^a ) 2. Assidnity; close appli- 
cation, «i I 3G01C1— '3- Unioni close 

connection, 

gfiigg^-a. © ( qq^+ei+q©^yi^+^©. © )— 9^"©< 

Samasatti ^©i— Propinquity^ nearness' 

CIPIQ©— ?. © ( ©^tll ) — ^ I 5fll» aqQ— !• Equal 

Samasana seats. 5 I <Q n^Q — 2. Tlie same 

(qqiq©!— -PSi ^1) seat. «. ©^. C (©'5^@)^t \ 

qqi© aq© ©a^'-'l* Occupying similar 

or equal seats or posts^ j | <© «iqoe© 

eiglg— 2. Occupying the same seat. 

Qflj^q^— q. Q^ (<aq+a9©) — ?. I ga'gO—h Lying 

Samasanna close by. -? I a© ©©^©^1—2. Very 

near; impending. « ! gig — 3« Got. 

C[qiq©g9— «. © ($>^1 ®€i)-^«3 a©^ ^^ ®t^ 

SamSsa bigraba gqg*(q|© aQqiO©* qa©©©^ — 

Separation of a compound word into 

its componeat parts* 

«lflia Q©fi>l— ?. © ( WgS© )— ©Q© qjflSTftGi GQl©- 

SamSsa bhabaaS; oq© ^q©©^> <££}? $^^€© 

q?19' ( 9^19 eGq3^.©^?9l«)— (algebra) 

Sine of the sum of two arcs. 

Samlsadita ©^, © )—«. I 9l9©— 1. Caused 
to be obtained. 3 1 «gf9; ^'^^ — 


^i^^Q'i 


( rie^ > 


gpi§&^ 


2, Attained; got. *»l 8?li«!© — 3. Brought. 
> I df 9— 4. Collected; gathered. ife ' 
a^*!^ — 5' Attacked; OTerpowered* ^ » 
e^SI €JlQ?iQI— 6. Reached. ?> | Q®9— 

7. Extracted* 

Satnasfdya o^. a )— ?. I gt9l— 1. Due. ^ | 
CjQ<(— .2. Attainable, • tQf&QG^QIQ 
esaiQf— 3. Fit to be extracted. ^\ qqi«l»® 

4, Fit to be brought in. 

SamasSnta go^fl qG€1€I— ( grammar ) Suffixes 

put to some words when tbey are formed 

into a compound word. [ Q— g^^Q 

gfligi^— g*. ^ ( ^^1 ©©^)— t, 1 gqjgQ aa— 1. The 

Samasartha meaning of a compound word, 

( gfltgiefl — *q sa^Q aff*i^Q ) > 1 g^egia— 

2. Short or concise meaning, «* \ 

( Q*?'^^ ) Q^9*t|— 3. Riddle; problem* 

Sam^sarddba 91 aasJIlQl — Occupying or 

spread over afojtnight. 

Samaslaa ^q§^— Seated. 

Samasokta Told ooncisely, 

efliegi^— g% q ( ^^1 ®o^ )— oossiq ©eaQ— 

Samasokti A figure of speech; a protracted 
metaphor; the figure of personifi-cation. 
[ 5 — <g5Q qqiQ Ql*, aaiQ $€saa 6 

^6H 6©ltf9 ®i3fiiQ 9<>9q8 93© aaQq» 


?09lf9Q 9*iQ'vIQ «l6q3$ €9lQa9> O^l 

«lfltai« ( Q«»^IO )— giGO. ( C!8iq ) 9-QC?aiO QO'll©^ 
SamasthSna (etc) (GQ©)— Samasthana etc.{See) 

Q^igsi— g. ^ (q\ ^sq'^i €QQ »g<9 s^qiq^ ) — 

Samasyst t I 3?l^il < CQ9 ) — 1- Samasya (See) 
'nlTTl 5r^T^ ^ ! 6fl<g Q^Q— 2, Final reply. 

GQQa G^<a G^oqia — gtol. g^ia aSeg^i i] 

Sam^hata 1. Spocially or much hurt. 5 I 019® 

-2. Expelled. 

QflI9Giffl— ^•. 9 (fl?i^»gfli©^+a9€(a)— ^ I <19^V 

Samaharapa W^^^^l* G-atbering. > | g»9i?j 

( gaijQ — ^tfi ) gq-c «VQ« — 2. Collecting*. 




^<QI©Q. 9^ 


on 


95^—3. Stor- 
ing up, v I g*i^ 


9€)^l — 4j. Making oQnoiee. 
abridgement. 

Samahara a) — 1 1 g*g9« ©^ ©gsi <!®al?s^ — 
1, Collection, > | a^Q*^ — 2. Gathering 
*» I q^GSa— 3. Abridgement- "tf) ^SftQ— 

4. Mixture^ union. » | qfl^^ ^Qji^ gft— 

5, Multitude; aggregate, p | ^^ :^ <J^qL 
qfli9$G€l€l —6. Name of a class of compo- 
und words expressing numerioal and 


gqj^9 


9^ 


other aggregates. 


^o«» 


SamahSra dwandwa qaigSQ qqgtflivi> 

flO^iq Clio <^gqiG>QQ ^^l$l^ 91 g:i^^ ^S» 

- '?<l ( Siqi3 OSa GQIi GQ5I )— Nam9 of a 

class of compounds expressing the 

aggregate of many things^ 

Samahara dwign qqigcQ «rei1iq,g <>|qiQS gq% 
^flfiaw ( qqiq ©GQ «15I GQa ) -Name of 
class of compounds denoting numerical 

aggregate. 

Samihita O )— t I qqitJ©^) 4j|is?;?0j ffqiyg — 


^ai<^e) 


( re<r ) 


Q^eiot 


I. Absorbed or rapt in meditation, y | 
SIW»^©; <]0ia9Q — 2. Attentive, m \ €ii§- 
©^—3. Of cool temperament. *l a§|^ 
©§—4. Calculating; unerring. ♦ | <J93 
as»0a® — 5> Unmoved^ firD3| fi.xed* 
9 I &^iO©5 €*1ft — 6* Accomplished, 9 | 
fllqi*^®— 7. Decided. r | 2l9*— 
8. Placed, tf i q^q^lO— 9. Collected, 
to I Qg^ — 10. Stored, ve- I aCTl^© — 

II. Agreed, t^ \ Q^— 12. Given* v* i 
^e«i^©— 13, Purified* ei' i ^Q^*feQ 

es^SQ 69 Ql aia^^i —14*. Buriedjinterred, 
't.* ttS» (^QSQieWlS, Pure. ^^ | ^99N- 
9© (©^C^lg)— 16, Freed ffom dispute. 
e5> I sea© (^^eQlQJ— 17. Promised, 

Samahuta 1. Spacially called* 3 I ©SCf © — 
(Sfli^l^i— .^) 2. Invited. 

Samahiuta _ t, 1 q^q-gi©— 1. Collected.. >| g^© — 
( q?iif€), gai^lQ, QPII9Q^— 9) 2. stored. « 1 
g"©©©; tff© — 3, Gathered; compiled, 
"tf \ OC^Iyej a*^»© — 4i, Collected; put 
together. « I g^^g— 5. Abridged- ^1 
€1^^ — 6, Attracted, <> t £IS€^1©3; a^as — 
7. Brought together; arranged. 

Samahiuti t ( gqi^lQ — 1- Multitude; aggre- 
(gq|f9— 9®) gate^ ^ I g»g9 — 2. Oolleotion, 
■" * 9Sg — 3. Storing, v.l a«»Giaa — 4- Abri- 
dgment, ♦ I aGi^lQO— 5. Preliminary 
arrangement, ^ I 09 9§l^ ^\ affQ9«^9 
OQi^jglJ^ ^IQiaiO* <I««Q«) ( QQ® ) — 
6, Compilation of speeches or sentences 
conveying the same purport relating to 
the same or dififerant writers or 
nominatives, into oongruity, 
€ qi§» - 9«. Cfii ^ {9<^%^', g^+ a^l + a) - 9q Q|g^a% 
Samahwa .—Having the fiameor similar 

[gq!(y)l — ^1]) ■-, ^ name, 

Samahwaya X \ i^^ a^l«5— 1, A challenge 
to fight; } I (+«y a) gS<5^; oi© q9 


Q^aSilQ 9iq q.^ QqQQ|_2. Making 
beasts and birds fight by laying 
wagers, *.| ( +C>QS. a) Qiq — 3. Name. 
^ I y^fl — 4. Definition; term. ♦ i ^Jn© — 
(©«ieQ|9)— 5- Gambling; 9^1 ( + Ejy- a) — 
q® ( ©«i,S«>IQ ) — 6. Fighti battle. '[<<? — 

q9-»§ 9!*® ^ QCIlg!^ ©9lQel 0€3S9 I -0 
^^Qf GQiQ gctoisiQ aG^5 OIQ«, <] <gQ? 
Q©!€f»e©l^ I ag ( 0SI ) <S QfiMQ gig 
{9«rQ5t©) ^iQt!<J -5*1© (^ €fl9«i* sio gi^W 

9IQ 91© CJffllQIQ $l9t% qfll^i^ G9iCiai<3 I 

a©<3P <i <^^% ©^ ©QQi f(S '©qQ^i aagylo- 
9§e9Q 6 si^QsjiiQ 9iq qpi *q>|© ©qs9 i 

csiQ, o^ aQ eQ©Q;^ g©i geyioji qjusq ^19 
0Q91% aw© eQG9 Ot| I ©iQtfi, 4 ggiQ 
©«*9ii?c? aa^ ©!^ 9ig Q§ seiaisQ 

€$5l@i© ^a§ I 9^€©I9 I 

dfH^I-Q**. 9«. ^1— 9qt$Si ^Ifi^cr— Feminine of 
Samahwa Samahwa. a*. 9. ^1— CClJS^I ©ifl© 

€11©— A kind of potherb. 

SamahwatS ?«!. tQ)— t I Si*^^ a§)lO©!qi— 
[^fll^lfll — %1] 1. Challenging a person to 
battle* 3 I ^••©<J a^Ift©!^— 2. Inviting 
people to take part in gambling. 

tamShwSaa 1. A challenge to fight. 5.1 ©qQ« — 

( qqi9Q— ©^ ) 2. Invitation, *» | qe^QQI— 

3, Convocation, v \ (^^o^l^i^ ag|© — 

4» Invitation to a person to join in 

gambling, 

gfl— 69. « -<a^ (eQ«) 

Sami §ami. (See) 

Samia SankiDcha. (See)^ 

eqgioi— e^SQ. © (eri, qq'qioi)— «ic?^; o®,i©9— 

Samiana Canopy- 


fil9S» 


( rt«(j ) 


g^^i^ 


Sanilka kiad ot drilling instrument* f \ 99^1 
g^l— 2. AngHni: iiook, *> i 93© ( g© 
^■gl^fiSil)— '3. A hooked arrow; a dart, 

Samit q^. ggQ— Fight; battle. 

Saiiiit(d) Samidhs (See) 

Samit-kara Holding fuel for vedio sacrifice in 

[g^^g, Sfl®^ Ql§f — aO'-l^a] the hands. 

Samit-kalapa A bundle of fuel for Jajfia, 

Samit-kasbtha «5ji)l)— a@|© ^Olaftia 

-^•(^g© ^iq — Fuel used ior igniting the 

sacrifieial fire. 

Samit-kusa ■ Fuel and kusia , grass requir* 

ed lor performing Homa ( Ycdfo 

sacrifice)^ 

gq©— r. ® (aiQ^QQfiQ)— <gCi9|€l 9SI9I 91 gQfsi- 

Samita aa© ©9i; =<I§aQ gqi.? ©a — 

A conventional sign used to denote 

equality (*). go.^^ (3fl^=gq'<S^^,-<309-|- 

[ 3^0!—^! ] 1. Assembled; come together, 

^1 (+«*©) Qfl*l«g^— 2, Got bj special 

yflt^ ^RTfT process. €9. §)a—Mff— Equal. 

o^g ^9©— <5^9°'S' fl^i^Q© «»© 1] 

Samita Qtjq^ gyiq (j^ ^g,|q ggg ^s^f ^Q 
^QQGQ GQgf Q»i 9I9I6Q (qQea'tt)— 

Wheaten flour, qo^ ^^ — a^OQ ^Is^CT^ 
Feminine of Samita. 

Samiti g^-l. A meeting or associatioo, 

^ I ©^f — 2. A committee^ a sab- 
committee, • j qQ— 3. Battle- u j 
(+q9.©)qfif— 4. Association) company, 
s I g|9*f-5. Equality, J^i ^aolO {9^6©|«l)— 
6. Collapse in fever. [ ^-^g3©€) ^d g^^ 


c 


€191 3Q5 Sfi© 91 99? (Committee) 
69)qQN I q^Q a^6^€39eQ QQh C^^ ^Q^ 

06© <$<! I SQSi' Gosf ©eaa ©i^di ^acisea 

gq"© q69<$3 ©©^ ©©^ €19 gfl^o «9 

89»s€)q9'3*3 i aai— 9i€fi99'i^9i ^q"©, 

BQ^efs^i ^q*©, 9ioi^5©g9*®, giq'iaq'o i) 

gtf©9 ®i©-e"§6Q-9 (9iq)"aCq atoesi gioi99ift6© 

Samitika jaati 919 ©S^^QI ©:©9e«l^— The 

jff^f^ ^if^^t^ Semites; the Semitic people, 

L<9,— G^q^oiq© 9m^ -QWOC ajP^^Q 
G9iSj 9IQ®eQ GQ3I SQ I 

Samitingama ii)^ + 9^ a) — ^^^9*©^ flq©9i'5I- 
(Q3Q*a^ — agi^a) Frequenting meetings. 

3^®iq — 9\ 9^ a» (afiii© Q9igjgq'Q»=gf©(5 + 

Samitinjaya ^ fcil^-H©^ «) — q<g»SQ ©s^f — 

Victorious in war» ^fl, Q-^V I )9q — 
1. Jama. > ( §)^ —2. Bishnu, en ^ 

q^l^QOQ^© G9I^^e«9— ^. A class oi 
(q^©<*9q— SOI^q) * warriors. 

dfl a— q'.9 (qq+Q 2*!®+©| a)— <- 1 1«^ (qsiiqgqiq) 

Bamitha — 1. Fira, 5 | ( -(-9?j" a)— g^ 

(^<9l^e%^)-2.Fighfc, « I (9Qei a)--si^9 

(^©S^qiQ)— 3. Oblations of ghee poured 

unto the sacrificial fire. q*. ©g] g «> — 

^1 a^l« ($«l.e©l«) — 1. Invited; challenged. 

-> I «^6Q a^JQ Qai3,Q^9l— 2. Offered as 

oblation unto fire. 

qq Q—q*. (qrd^flQ ^qi «.9)— goy (sQgi) 

Samid Samidh. "(Seej 

Qq<S»— 9^ ^^ (gs^+Ci©. diS=g9 aiQ9H-9f!. ©) — 

Samiddha g^g; 39^09 — Ignited; inflamed; 

kindledj burning. [9— G'g'iq 9Q91 qqi^SQ 

g^T^ (99^91) a^GQ ei9© 6991% 9 1 

GQiGS— ««l,G9!Q 1] 

C|fl<5W— 3. 9— (9iq^+fii*s y|^+9^« 99)— ta^. 

. Samiddbana Q«Jft9ia 9i^lQj »1» — I. Fuel, 

? i (+^9 «©) Q9las— 2, Exciting. 

SamiddhSra ei99^Q(?l— CoUeoting fael for 

Homfl. 


a^OQ 


rfoo 


qpl^ 


Samidbara (C^Q^q) — asl€)^Butea Frondosa 
iree^ tha downy-branched Butea. 

Sainid«bliara A load of fuel for Homa. 

Saraidh ^ | q<^Q'^ ©103 ©i6ftlfO|Oj ao*- 

c;©», <iafl^5 <lb2> 1. Fuel. 5 I eq?iaQiq; 

qa^ e^^^io, «e»] G9lfl q^a— 2. Small 

pieces of wood or twiga-used in kindling 

sacrificial fire. 

[q^ — QQ ciQ QSQflMCQ co^© g$ 6 c-^iq 

®P€^ OQ o<5 ^«Q ^ifiii «iifa %ea Qt«>9iQ 

Sjs>f ®, ^9, w, q^ 4 G©%g'?Qr Qi^eyioidT 
aff|Q e9ifl€«i laai^eq a©\ oqiq, et^s?, 
aaiqiQ', §aa «! s«i©, Q^^qQ* Q^?**, ^\ 6 

§§© OQ©QQ 991 moSq aa§ e^ sicrocT 
t aqffi^ «yQ 69^ «>!§' I o^GQ «?qa 

QQ99 I <]9I O^ai^tl 1^9 G9lQ^9 I GSi9q 

g^ti 9iq G<?iq osQ aqcjft os* 1 ] 
epM— a' (^n.+ci« yi§=-g^5 G9Qi+«t. a)— 

Samidha ?. t a^— 1. Fire- qo. V, (?l°. 3fl^tt 
>ifit«f, ^j^ QQ) — gq^fci (69ei)— Samidh (See) 

flflS"©— Q°, 9 («fl^+Q«?^ «i%==9ift9i + ©9^ ao>— 

Samindhana ^ | Q^QI^^ gq*© (aQ Q§|9ft1) — 
(g?^— 9^) 1. Fuel for ^sacrificial purpose 

I {+QQ.a«) €5QlgQ— 2. Enkindling. 

SamibS To enter into 

• 

Samira — *!;€[; B9^ (G^aoQ,)— Air; wind. 

«lfl1— 6Q- 9 — afl* (€9«))— Sami (See) 
Sami 

Sap&ika 99Q .(a9fi))«-^iglit; battle; confiict. 


Samikaraaa «qq V|fl|ft% 9910 0€39i]-t, 

Qfll^Sl •) wQur^g ®Q^' — l.Eiqualisation 

Qfll* q' J ^ 5 I (sa© cigt©) vj^© Qoanl 

s^oq qaqg'S'S o© ©^Qi g©)«9 a^o<^ 
QfQ sqfli^ ©^q5Q^ — 2. (Algebra) 
Equation. « 1 (g^©) <]Q!^© QCi'^asifft? 

3, (Arithmetic) Reduction of fractions 
into those of a common denomination 
^ql^ — ff. ©^ [ qq+a^Q o^igq (^^) £? + s}® ]~ 
Samikxuta <. \ gqiqi^®- <jg^®— 1. Equalised. 
(^iql-JS:— 0) 5 I qqlQQ^ ^ea et6©— 2. Reduced 

into an equation. 
Q^llS— 9'. 9 (gP^=-8qi®^+£?S a!^ — 6Q€fQI + 0€^. 
S^miksha a) — ^ ! Qi»«^ <?fi O — ]. The Sarii- 
khya system of philosophy. [<^ — c^ 

9<» f] >l (+^^- a) 9fl^i?. §€|,Q — 

2. Deliberation, • | gq*)^^ ^€!*#— 

3. Careful observation, v | ia@ (9«16©19) 
— di. Carefulness! care. * 1 acQa^ 
(9AGO|^— 5. Searching. 9 I aS^Qft! 
(^GQIS)— ^. Discussion, 9 ( ^G?QQ)— 

7, Consideration. 

Samlkshaka i I (§919 08 aQQ) gQQ€1*^g— 
(qqlfl©.— <1) 1. Auditor. 31 sqqa'q; agfiGs^aa- 

2. Observer. Q^. qo_gg*j5k ^ei'ggig — 

Auditing^ observing, 

Samiksbana Gga^J ad(G99tf! — 1, Closely sae- 
(qflla"©— §^) ingj observation, 5 1 aieQQQl — 

2. Discnssion. ^ | aG<» "9^: a^Q^SIft— 

3. Investigation-, enquiry, « 1 g|»fit1 
qt«^<» ( ^91^ €€!« )— 4. The Samkhya 

system of philosophy, 

Samiksha i | sqi©^^ Qg^Oj a^G^gtf) — 
1. ObsBrvatioD, j \ a§ — 2. Care, *nj o§ 

3. Intelligence. V| g^j©-?- 4. Nature. 


CI^1£Q 


( ^9oK ) 


qqla®i(§y 


« I ISQ^qifif) filfllogi 91%— 5. The system 
of Hindu philosophy founded by 
Jaimini. ^ l (cQQf^ Q€iO) Q^Q""€IQ 
©^—6. (Bedanta philosophy) The 24 
essential principles >?phioli are the 
foundfttion of true knowledge. 9 i 
^QQ&Q\ — 7* Discussion, r i eo^g^iQ — 
8, Investigatioa, e t SGOS^ — 

8. Search. 

Samikshita ^ I ^^lie.'jgj QieftG^S®— 1. Obser 
ved, ^ I a6??S& — 2. Searched, m\ 
aG«5|©©— 3. Discussed. "W I Q^CI^Sa a^3€i 
(§1919) — 4 Audited (aGCOunt). 

€I?(lSlOQ^l— 9'. ©— Wl^ 8G9 'SJQ (^ OQl!fi?Q asJ-JQ 

Samikhikarapa qsiiQGQ^Oe/© g5q© flC«3iM€i«- 

QQ g^— .The ceremony of the bride pnd 

the bride-groom confronting each other 

and chanting vedic formulae after 

marriage. 

Samlkshya qflls (GQa) — Samiksha (See) 

a- ^€fl— 9fl|3a« eQlQt— Fit to be observed 
or discussed* g^ sqa§«! ^'i^i— 9^1- 
QQ ©S^OOI ©Q— After considering care- 
fully; after due deiberation, 

Qfllsi^JIQQI— «' 9 ( ^^IsiH-^ ill®+Ot Q^.+Q'^. 

SamikshyakSrita ©|)— ^! B^'ISQ ^GQOQtO^© 

(?I^©1€?«I — 1. Habit of acting after 

carefully weighing the consequences. 

J lesj^iiqQSQ!— 2. Foresight^ prudence; 

providwice, 

SamikshyakSrl ^ ai^+^l Q'S;j\qi,<^.)""^ ' 
^e<?OC>l 0?'q Qie%Qlfia— 1. Acting after 

(g9l9*!9IQ€i1— %1) due deliberation. 5 I 

a€j«lfl<>^1— 2. Prudent; prudential; pro 

vident. 

SamlkshyabSdi +W al%+e§ QQ^t5l|.15») 


(q^laiQW'a— il) ' G0 Q^fl ^G9 9G90»I 9^©'» 

(95lg«i^l<?0!— ^) Qai QG9 -Speaking out after 

due deliberation . 

Samicha «tf ©; GQ^OI^ GK|qi€© i3ia§) — 9^^; — 

The sea: osean 

9flloo-ff- e (9q^+fiiai^=«aTO ©Q^i+«y©©) - 

Samichaka Q^ep (€1Q©S49^9)— Copulation . 

dCilol - «, 9. ^1 (gq>«i aiq^+©t «+^1 fii)—^ I 
Samlchi qsiT (^^snQgijig)— 1 A she — deer; 

a roe, 5 I (-f-^g-d+tfl) «>5?»i; 9©| 
(^©l^eag) — 2. Worship. «^ | gQ — 3^ 

Prayer ^ 

QfllQlff— a. © (gqiQ^^^s^f+^is*, ©ai9Q, 91 gfi+ 

Samichina «S yi% = eiS) OQQI-H©!;. fi^©) — 
1. 1 Q2)ief_l. Right; correct, j i asM — 
2. True * I gCT©. Qflqs — 3. Fit pro- 
per. TS I QaiGQICIH— 4. Befitting. ♦ i 
qSqg— 5 Reasonable. ^ | s^^^ — ^6.Goo^. 
(9?fl©1©©lj 99l©lff^— ©) 
gqlQ^«. © (9'?3I «Q© Q©fii §a)— 9!fOI («0- 

Samida ©fiiiQ.^fl); eOlfeJ^ ©^^i ^^^\ — Whea- 

ten flour 

QqlQ— ^. oa— V 1 (9;ii=iQa;j+€i») oqq giol^y 

tSamina ©laQ©-^!- Yearly; annual. 9 \ 

(g=Q5)-f q1©— ga*i) ^2."] 39©— 2. Mixed 

■with fish. «n i flQi^fl^— 3. Having fish. 

dril©©!— 9"* 9, ^1— ( Qqi = ©9' + i?©4-©+^1 ") — 

Saminika 9gi»9ql3l; 30^3' Q9^l GOfj ©^- 

©i^llt €1(6)— A cow which bears a calf 

every ytar.- 

gq^a —3- ^S (gq^= qSf© aei|3>^ q§ 6^tQ3S + 33^— 
Samipa , 9© Ql9!©j 9P + ^e+Qi €^9I©© ^"9) — 
(qqla©!^ 9l9l9M— 9) t I 95§o— 1. Adjaoent. 
5 I ©©i©§ll — 2. Nearj at band^ 

qdlaa-3. 9«. q: (9qla+€ia ai%+©t a)— $?©^% 
Samlpaga aq»©l<3— Prooeediog near. 

[gqlaaiql— a©H^a] [a«1aai, qqlacii^ca— <il] 
Samipata(twa) Nearness; pr3pinquity. 


y»9t 


^9la^t 


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^ \ Q €$ JQ,QJ ^ 


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9^^ ^^ aOQlSO ^i@^ 


€1,9 


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a;>iq9Q4 ^JOJQ ^i ©S^oto ^$ 


Samlpatah Fronij frora the side of. 
SamJpabartti cqt. «q) qfllQQ^O €IQ — ©OSQ^I — 

(efllas^'a— <11) (q^q§i1— oagia) Adjoining- 

^«flQSQ — €9.s9fq— TOiGQ; Si«eQ-Near; at hand" 

Samlpare [^ — e«a9© ^IQQQ gfllsa ai^^S© 

^fllai— <a\ «^ (9«il9H-3! ^J!^+Q§ «)— « I ©©S3" 
SamJpastha I. Adjoining.. ^ ( qfllasQ a^g'© — 
[qfllaa*© — aQf^Q] 2. Situated close at hand. 

Saxol^a Bestilting from the same cause. 

Samlra Qq^ij+cf a)— <il ©IJ^(aflQ) — l.Wind; 
air. 51 €10l^fl (g©©oa)— '2.The name of 
a tree3 Acacia Suma 

Samira^a . ^ JQl^; a^S (aqQ) — 1. Air; wind. 
5 I ft%oo tap«]j fl^a ^^"*2' "^^^^^ 

Marjoram (plant). «> | 8Q^ (SflOQl) — 

3. Traveller-, a wayfarer. v ( (gq+^^ 

4. Sending, *| ( + ©(§ a») GflQ0C9Ws] 

5. Sender. 

Samlrita QOlQ^QQQi + Qrf ©]— e ! €^OIQ©- 

1. Uttered ^\ W^Q^ qca GSQ© — 2- Sent 

forth; specially sent) deputed. 

Samihana q») — gq^i©^ 99169 6Q§I— 1, Great 

endeavour. 9 I (+g| a5>)->(Q^^ g^g 

»l€^9) €1^—2 A name of Bishoa" 

Samiha a) — I 1.Q91— 1. Desire^ wish. ^ | 
[aql^©— ^^] ^flf©^ e©^l; g^^q — 2. Gr«at 

effort. ^ I Q^IQ— $. Investigation! 

search. 


eiM 


Q 


Qh Iqs 


o 


Samihita OQ^l+gtf ®) — t | eo^^si; fi^^ig- 

1. Endeavoured. > I aq% ^II«— 

2. Wished for; longed; desired- 

p. « I (+^<? ®)aqf9^ €©fl— 1 Effort. 

«l Qgi — 2. Desire. 

9fl^«— '^.•. Q^i. q? (g^ief *5^,©; q+qa)— t. I qs 

Samukba ^f^ — 1. Faced j having a face. J I 

[q^5il— ^1] <?I9<^©; S3©— 2. Talkative. gQ. 9. 

« I Ql— Speaker; orator. g1, $• (q« ^IB^i) 

^5^ T^ ^g^ ^ ! «%«i — 1. Front. 9 I gqa©i 
(^qsiQ ^d<3^) — 2= Good cheer, [q — 
9IQQ«1^ e^C^S <$8€1 q«t^ OlQ e<;36} €9QS 

Samukhare In front of? before, 
^^^ ^^rd (qgjsCQ— aQ<(Q0) 

Samukbasamukhi ^^SQ^ — Facing each 

'^[^'^^ HW^«W»T otherj being face 

to face with each other, 

<agoq— GQ^« (g*. ?iqj?q)— ^q^Qiq— All| wbolei 

Samnchaya entire* ^— qfll^tQ— Aggre- 

sf^wt^ CI2^«r, ^g^T gate. ^. Q«— 

(qq^— a^iqa) qsfjSqea—FuUy^ 

sifl©^— «°. ^^ {flq^=g3i»^+€^-50i «»a*iqg|g)— 

Samuchita ^ 1 QOq^— 1, Befitting; proper. 
J I €S€lf— 2. Fit. « I qggg— 

3, Similar. 

Samachita da^da Q^— Condign or fit punish- 
ment. 

gqo— ^^ 9 («iq^— gqio+q©)— aqip— 

Samuchha (9qp©l— ?>) Very higb^ lofty. 

Samucbcha(cbcha)ya ^9. « )— ^ I qai^lQ — 
!• Aggregate, } \ 9«9— 2. Multitude* 
«* I 3g9— 3. Collection, » » qS— 
4. Heap. ♦ I Q«Ql; Qs^^ —6. Counting- 


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'giaiotfi CQC« sag -g^tCQ <3^eo ^.^a^'o aaa 6 oi*i o? >o^"*«> osa 6 suffi asicq gc«3 Qsi ^?€j§ »i^' !ao<R»^-«^i ^O'sCocoltfiB vivl-fli9jq^ 


estimate. 9 \ ( ^^^Ip^^l ) O-J QQiefq O© 

^qi^Q aoci ( A<iry 0, ©i)i QQ 9Q Qcqia 
9ig <191 OgQN )— 6. ( gtamniar ) Many 
words being governed by a single verb 
( by usiDg the words and, also, or, too). 
9 1 aefi»i:JiQPS99— '^. A figure of speech. 

ia(€&a&5 esa^'oiSQ ©IQ^ ^3« Qoo Q^iQ 
eiQfijIsi <5<i— v<si.G?l9 1] 

Samucbc^ara ^?. a )— «. ) ga-*©^ S^OICJ^ — 
1. Distinct or special utterance. 5 I 

^e<i €56913 6$53i©-2* Springing up; 

leaping "P; ascendicg, «> | eiqq^q; 

QQ9*iiQ — 3. Abandonment, go* Qgj, gf (+ 

©^. a)— ^^Ci«€»l»i «i03«aia— Moving. 

Samucbcbatat (€10j]— t i6^9ieg— 1. Uttering. 

(gqOS^I— ^1) 5!^qaMlQ— 2. Springing up; 

ascmding. 

Samuchcbara sqOQ (g<9«)— Samuchchara (See) 

Samucbcbita <^)—K \ 3q^0 — i. Colleci:ed; 

(sq©!^— ^) compiled. 9 i g^l^©— 

2. Heaped up. 

^qS^a-eQ. ©^ ( 3- 9qa«s )— qqa* ( gqs ) 

Samucbobbanna Samutsanna ( See) 

Samuchqbbalana €^€^969 GfitGQQ 69IQ39I; 

aQQi|§— Diflfusion. 


Samuchobhajita g^, © )-_v | asjg^i^^ qq^js> 

1- Difftisedi spread on all sides, j i 
0|9S — 2. Flooded; inuadated. ** | 
( »»1C19|Q ) Q_5Q 8©9i — 

3. Overflowing from the reoeptdcle. 

gqgj^-gi. 9^ ( g^, gqag )— a^a* ( g^o ) 

Samucbchbuka Samutsuka ( See ) 

CiqSQq>— g\ © ( q\+65S9^ )_^ I ^Q,g. ^eg_ 
Satnuchohheda 1. Destruction; rtiia. ? | 6$^ - 
(9qS9QO— aQi^g) q;?_2. Uprooting; eradi- 
( gqe9(?si-.§)fii ) cation, m \ qoa e»Qia — 

3, Extermination. 

Samucbcbwasita ^®^«l'g-;|5i; qg ig^;j — 

1. Panting, gasping; deeply sighing, 

^, i 6[0^^1p® — '3. Eolivened; restored to 

life; resusciated. m \ e-«ig^s3 ff^q^ii 

^S — 3. Swollen up; bloated. 

€l?i^@jg— Q«'9 (g9+Q0^4-«i^ y^+qsj. a)— t 1 

Samuohchbwasa €^^^^(9; QQA ©g^U — 1. Gasp) 

deep sigh; beavy sigh. 5 I ^1©; ©sa-a 

0Q— 2. Swelling; bloating* m \ ©g^jg 

g«Vlg— 3. Jnhalation and exhalation; 

breathing. V I |.^^; ^^Q^— 4. Sparkling. 

San]uchobhra(cbobhra)ya +g9» a ) — ^ I as^- 
ftO— 1. Elevation. > | €$o®|-^2. Height, 

*^l «© ^© S^IO.ffq^l; §1a— 3. Swelling, 

^ I 5)4^ — *. Increase. a \ ©a^— • 
*5. Quarrel. ^ \ — ^^gy 

'6. Dispute- opposition, 

Samuchchhrita Q^^— ^1. Increased, ^ \ ^<^^ 
(qqS'^Q— 9) QS— 2. Elevated. <n | g^ 

giC|?t9I— 3. Swollen- 
€1«^©(«)— 6Q. 9— gq® ( G^a ) 

SamujCja) Samaja ( See ) 

Samujjihirshu ^ ) — gfi<i*^ea ^^IQ 9Q9iq^ 
( 3q^l9S*i— «) ) Q8^Q— 'Desirous of deliYering. 


q«J$^9 


( o»y ) 


flfl«€ri«5 


Samujjhita asjQ^O — Abandoned; reiinquiahed* 

Samujjwala Yery bright^ radiant- 

( ^^*|®1— ^1 ) ( gci^^fi©!— P ) 

Samtiddina +©§. © )~Ga €5§» ©Q Q©*^ €JC 

(ga^^'lOl— ^1) as^ Q^^M€l^ g5©3©— Risen to the 

sky; risen high in the air (by flying), 

gfl^o- «''• ©^ Q.* ( 39^+ €$$ )— gq*)©^ acioiol— 

8amut-ka Yery desiroua, 

Samut-kantba Qg<Q© Ql Q«(g— Yery eager or 
( gfl^©^9^©— a©*l^0 ) anxious. 

Samut-kir nm 1 ^ Pierced throngh; bored; 

(9fl «^«l|l-%1) perforated, ^ j €$a — 2, Broken. 

«if> I 6«l«?©— 3. Engraved. v i ©Q|4; 

• ©fl g— 4. Scattered. 

QflQ^^fl— «•. ^ ( qq,+€J©^«fl )— 1 1 t^^OflQ; €j0e<} 

Samut-krama ^c©;^l. Rising bigb; upward 

(qp^««|'^— ©) motion; going up, y \ Qs'tj 

q9^©j?9« l^r^^^a €92i9i— 2. Leaping up, 

flq^©^eiq« I ^ high jnmp^ 

Samnt-kranta ©Q^©!— 1, Risen high np y \ 
gidf) em €$SQ<$ eecT SIIQai<3— 2. (a thing) 
Over which an animal has leapt up- 
leaped or jnmped overj scaled over. 

Samut-krcsa +Q«- «)— i I ^O SQ — 1. Load 

sound. J 1 Q%Q —2. Roar, • | ©©OIQ — 

3. Hallcoingr, xs \ {+©^ a) ^QQ 8al— 

4, Osprey, « I QQQ ael— 5, Eagle^ 

eflji*,— g*. ««i ( g3^+g5©^+gi ai%+©|. a )—k i 

Samuttha ^Q9- fi^^C) — 1, Produced, ^ i ^9^9* 

(gP^W-e) QQ©— 2. Risen up. 

efl^^lO— 9«. 9 («q^+6J^I«>)—t I QQq — 1. Rising 

SamutthSna up. / | c^^^iggg^ Qa^q^ qSvi^ 

2. Ascent. m | q§— 3. Inert ase. v | 

€jegiO»«— 4, Raising up; lifting. 


♦ I Oei S9©!;. CI!€^I©»QJ ^9Q| «»M%.. 
€^^91 — 5. Standing upj getting up. ^ | 
QQ6)lg €^(3^1— 6, Rising up from the 
bed. 9 I ©nl^ ^^q (6qQ<Hl)— 7. .Diogno- 

sis. r I egsiaaii^ ro^i- S'gciq.^ -8. Re- 

cOYery> a bed — ridden patient's get- 
ting up from the siok-bed, «* I ^S€J9 
QQegiCI— .9. Great effort; preparation, 
^ol $GQ,I9PQ^9G?C. Q©!©--10. Resurrec- 
tion, tv I €$q^©— 11. Improveinent^ 

rise. 

Sacnutthita Sartuttba ( See ) 

Samut-patana gEg^Ql— Fljiog up; rising up 
(aq©^ BQ^—O^) in the sky. 

Samut-patti 1. SamutthSna (See) y | €$Q9f 

(qqgm — Q^) ej^^; QQ, — ?- Productionj birth, 

«* 1 €503 Q — 3. Presence^ arrival. 

Samut-pata QQ ftff — Eradication^ uprooting. 
gfl^Jl©-^. 9 ( gq^+€$f© )— a^*'^) €^a<q^9— 

Samnt-pata Great harassment or distur** 

bance; oppression, 

gC^Q^aiQO— 3. © ( fl?l^+€5giQO )— ^ 1 ©QIQPI — 
Samut-p^dana 1. Bringing forth; producing. 
5 1 ^g^— 2. ProductioDjbirth. 

Samut-piBja «QQ! + ©5^. S) — a®*f^ a%ffl 
Much agitated; distracted. 
Dietracted or routed army, 

Samutpiidana Great oppression. 

Samutphala (§H€«I9)^1. Wavy motion. > | 
a<lS a^l»» «9 «fl«*i *2«.«I^ 2. Canter 
of a horse* « I 6Q99 £9ie^Q «Q Q^ 


^g®jtr« 


( r>o» ) 




(9^e©l«)*^3, Motion by waving the 

body. 

Samut-phulia Much delighted. 

Samut-sanaa 1. Ruined; exterminated. 

(ggaiQtt— a^'tqQ) ^ ' 6^9 «1^0— 2. Eradicated; 

uprooted^ 

Sartaat-saha Great encouragement. 

Samut-suka e^g^sT©— Very ansiousj all agog. 
Samut-siusbta Abandoned. 

Samudakta yiq- 80l+©) — t I €i©®— 

1. Taken up. 5 I (^Qi^^) QG(^©0— 

2. Litted up (from a well or pit). 

Bamudaya ' 1. Multitude. ^ I Oflg*, QQQ— 
2. Whole; all. ^ I q<9 (SflOQ)— 3. Fight; 
conflict. 15 I Q^Qag (cq©Q)— 4. Sprout- 
ing up. « I <?^g (€!© Qfgl^Ci)— 5. Day. 
^t«qflQKj; gJQ©— 6. Rise; prosperity 
improvement. «> | aq^O 10—7. Rise. 
r 1 ( G©*>^€iQ ) e«l9l©«l^€^^© "^d ©191—8, 
(Astrology) The movement of the sun's; 
entrance into a sign of the zodiac. 

71^1^ 9. (astrology) Lagna. ^^, $gi_gqQii^. 
^q^Tq> g^ — AII3 whole; entire. 

Samuda(du>r» Samudra ( See ) 

SamudSgama (pgi^jeaQ) — l.Deep knowledge. 


^ i a4 6QQ9t— 2. Fall conaiousness. 


SamudaohSra aogli^ ( ?Qig esQ)— 1- Inten- 
tion. ^ ( ae^OiQ — 2. Desire; wish. 
« I gcin» a^Q— 3, Special custom; 
peculiar couduot. v | g^i^Q— 4. Etiqu- 
ette. » i ogg,!€i; aQPiQW (q^s^iq) — 
5_ Obeisance; salutation. 
gci^iq— a% Q ( g5?^+Q©^+Q ai^— @0!4-qs»«a )— 

SamudSya e t at'<3> (SflQ) — 1- Multitude. 3 I 
(+0^.a)^^ («aQ) — 2. Battle; conflict; 
fight, • I < + 9|, a) q^giSjl «>« (as»q) — 
3. The army at the rear o\ the main 
armv;rear guard, "tfl ^<^'iJ3^ C^^^^'^KSQe)) 
— 4. Samuchchhraya ( SO *l ^IGQj 9^3 
—5. All; whole. ^ I ( + q?^g) Q©l»;^5?^ 

^^t^Hf — 6 Rise. eQ. ©gl— t. 1 qqg^ gj; gQ»— 

?ig^Ta 1* All. 3 I 9^^^— 2 Whole; entire. 

QflQI QflQ— GQ. ^— gfldi gq^ f €Qei ) 

Samuda samudi SamadhS samaihi ( See ) 

QfiQieiQ— 9*. Q (qqJ-^0^4-a+S ai?3^4-qQ- a) — 
Samudahara Wieaia^eiO— Conversation; talk* 

^gp(y)— sqj. ©. gf (a", g5i,$fi)— 6?9!95; aa^iiq g^ 

Samudi(dhi) ai-^lfi? OQ'II^Jl^^I ^^^'^ ^W"*! 131910' 

C^^t(^t)^ ?SQ €!^Q— A. person whose son 

^ffiift has married one's daughter and 

vice versa; the father-ia-law of one's 
son or daughter, [q— gg^ -a^^Q, Q^ ^9, 
«l^ 8€*QI 63? ©^ I ^3Q. G3a3^ qsi 1] 

[Q — Qsr^QiSQ qq^lQ €iOQ ad' €\^\, ^ol 
QQteQ sq <qiQ aef c^<?iS9 ©i^f^ qglQ 

Q'i^ I] 
gflQQ^qo^ 0« (gq^+^^QS*) — «- 1 ^©^©—1. Riseny 
Samudita ascended. 9 \ gfl*!;*^ C$00 Qt 

[Q^'9(qOS""^] ^^"® — ^' ^"^^^ ^'®^*^' "®^** 
up. «> I ^%% Qqo%©— 3. Produf^-d, v ( 

QCiO— 4. Lolty. « I Qflt^^'^eg ^^©~ 

5. specially spoken; 9 I fi$e»^«^'SiGQ- 

Qg©— 6. (Jttered 1 u-lly. 

Samudirana 1. Utterance. ^ I fl-%>, «a.^— 
(gqQq«>j «iq.g§— Q«i) 2. Special speech- 


>e«^ 




( rj«^ ) 


^Q Q QQQ 


Sttinudiinl alq-HThe mother-in-law oi one's 
C^^\t^ ^irf^^ son or daughter. 

H^mudura Samudra* (See) 


^\m^ 


^ft^rr 


bamudga Mised with Moong griin, 

Samudga «. | q^J«. ff^a ( 6?fl©Q, ) €0©! 

( qgcg — ^Q-^qa ) (afl^) — 1. A casket, y\ aoQ- 

<9i«i|i eoiai— ?.A pot made of leaves. * i 

QQ^ 91^^ e^QQ erifi 9I QJQ G9|Q9|Q 

aiGQ^S.A box with a removable cover, 

q^ ^gl — qOS)i^ -Having moong grainy 

-Qqc©-g** Q« {ga^+ €$??»)— ^ i ^l®s» (gq«)— 

Samudgata 1. Samutthita. (See) 9 1 qq??© — 

(qqpq-pQ) 2. Samudita. (See). » | Sj^ft— 

3. Produced. 

eflQiR — ^. © ( qtp+e^o^ )— ^ I €^©^aio; €j<?q~ 

Samudgama 1. Rising up; ascent, y \ €^qg^ — 

2. Birtb. 

flflOaiQ— ^. ^ (9^^-f ^QQiQ)— as»^^ ^«»— 

Samud-gSra 'Violent vomiting. 

Samudgita S^CO'ggstGCi Ol©— Sung 

loadly. 

Samudglrana 1. Vomiting forth- 5 I 

(gPJ^I^— ^tft) ^6«3«9— 2, Lifting up. m I 

^0:q«13 eaQ — 3. Speaking; utterance, 

^fl^'Sl^— .9*. 9tfi (gq^4-^Q^+^ dl^+Vd.o)— «?.l «?aQ 

^amudgirnna 1. Vomited forth, y i 

QG^e©— 2. Lifted up. • | q^^ — 

3, Spoken. is \ ^oiQO— 4*. Uttered. 

Samuddisbta «;gS«iS«?S— 1- Striven after. 

(^?l^GQa— ^) -? I aG'S>^§9-2, Searched 

for^ investigated. 

Samuddhata © )— t I a^^; aMO (aaQ)— 

1. Ill-mannered; rude. j I C|Q9 — 

2, Arrogant; proud^ puflfed up with 
pride, • I 6J© J'g— 3. Thrown up. v | 


9q'^1§ ( €9fl€»<^ ) ( 6Q«1 )— 4. Samud- 

gir^na (See) 

Samnddharana L Uprooting, 5 I QG^aQ— 
(9q«IQ — aoigg) 2. Lifting up. m \ ^q^o 

(gqe^O— 9^) (aOQ)— 3. Raising up. v r 

Gfll^O; ej^lQ ©€39|— 4. Loosening^ libera- 
tion; deliverance. * | Qqo^ QO«€l^ — 
5. Vomiting. 9 I Q!€JI<a ( a^JQ )— . 

Vomited food. 

Samuddhartta ©^. ^PI.VQ.) — t I €^^lQg@*'— 

(qq©^l— q,1) L Delivering. ^ | ^qqoq^*'— 

2. Uprootia?; eradicating. • | QtfQQGflla- 

Q^*— S. Liquidating one'a loan. 

gflj^g,-Q*p (^s>^+€j©^-h<i?g.)-9i®'g>iq esisagiq^i 

Samuddhasta (9^G©19)— Wiping out with 

the hand. 

ga^<^iQ"g\© (gaj-^^^ia)— e i q^Qj.ae^i^; gaioq— 

Samuddhara 1. Deliverance^ salvation. 

(g«^»©— Qg)) J I €^s5.^5?— 2, Eradication; 

uprooting. ; * i QG^ftO— 3. Lift. 

ing up. 
«lfl_^©©— a*. ^€\ ( qp^+€j»o )-e I €$G^»©— 
Samuddhruta 1, Drawn up; lifted up; rais- 

qq^Q^i) ed up. 9 j gQI©©- (JGOIQIQ; 

gqS**^ I 2.^Delivered5 rescued, m | qQI^ 

Q% <i9© — 3. Vomited forth; emitted. 
« I fi^n^^O© (Q^SOIQ) — 4. Uprooted. » j 
aqo©<iQ<gi|Qgi9 fe«lGOI«)-^5, Ill-treated. 
9 I a*Ql$o— 6* Divided into shares. 
5> I q^©^7. Taken-^ r 1 C^^© — 
Si Taken possession of 
g?i^9— q% €^ (q9^+€^©^+©9^ i^l^H-<^| 21)— 
Samudbaha ^ | C^QStQC^'; €^G^OS>— 

1, Lifting. 5 I ©9©W3!— 2. Carry- 
ing, • I QQ% — 3, Chief; principal. 

gqci@— «•• ©— t I qa«i©, 3©ig© ©9© — 


Samudbaha 


1. Carrying, j \ ^Q\^ 
($^G©I®)— 2, Marriage, 


Samudbega I^Great anxietj* 


Jiaq,^^ 


( r^o? ) 


gqg 


Samudbhaba tion* ^ I Q^-^* Birthj origin. 

(gq^^— aQt^a) •! e^iaio'Q oiaew— ^-^^me 

(aq^^— ©^) of one of the sacrifioial fires. 

©51 — Q€i Oj QQQ — Born; produced from. 

Samudbhisita 1. Lighted; iUumiaated. J I 

€^^_^«i1^®— 2. Brightened. ^ I GfllQ©— 

3. Decorated; shtning- 

-«n^€^©-~q", 0© (gfl4-€5€^®) — t I ©IQ — 1. Born 

Samudbhuta of. 9 ! €$%q —2, Produced from; 

originating from. 

Samudyata Strivingj ready for; prepared for. 

Samudyama 1, Great striTing. 9 I ©GaS 
(ggQ'fQ— $«) C©^l^2. Great endeavour, «l 

aeiq — 3. Beginning, 

Samudra adlQlO. Qj ©G^IQi^ ^ig fl§>^ OQ^fl^ 


^^©^, 3sg!0, qi€i9_, 

(©fe|yQ),«iQ©i*9©,©Qy5 
.aGiii©^5SGqiy^aiQg!*90, 

©qQ (wQ§l9a1), 


9^«?t §0, «5\.! g— g§©+- 

qQI = adil9l, 9l3l; 9191 

a 5393 «^i g*5=gQS'-f 

^^', <i§GQ eOQ g;3G50 
«?l Qi§«i«i 9<3j «qi 

g^g^ €9^» OQ?l©l 
9«g^ — 1. The sea; 
ocean. 5 I ( S^jQ^ief ) 

«'g^ <?g-2, A thing 
illimitable and un- 
fathomable as the 
ocean, m | giqo^g S2»IQ 
q©©6€19— 3. Name of 
a sage ^h"> compiled a 
book on ohiromancj. 


©Q9, fl913IOlQ ($9I§- ^a% ^Ca— 4. One- 

Ga«), aecpy, q^jaiciy seventh part of a 

aG^iqt, ^qaiSj «?Crt, courie. * | ^(j? ftoSlfl — 

94>, ei9l*0)a(eqecn) t 5. The number four, 

[qiqOQ, ^I^Qjlq, ^iq^^ — »^] (Apte) ' 5> I to — 
6. An epithet of &iba. (ipfce) g». Qtfi— 

(q9ia <;>§9l8; «+^Q,i+a)— g?>,©; qjJJ- 

q^— Sealed. (Apte) [ ^--gq^ q©€Q 

ga^ flOGQ «qO 5^§tcj Gfl^j^ ©i© G9IQ 

?1Q I qg^l^Q ^©SQ ^^^Q* ®QqSQ 
^Q©|C? €1^'^ 913 9^ q.^ 9 gqQ e9Gfi) I 

Q9, qg, gas, Qy, ^fi, ©q I %a^\%^ 

©tii<j Q(»^ 'a^Q^i ©QQi^ gdao-Q 9 9©I9 
g^ ^9 ^© «*^ G«i©oi!j <^? G«i«>9i^ 
Qg «ici giGiQ-^neQ 9Q^o G9Q I <i?igiQ 
ggQ,Q aQH oiq gicisi t 

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^^f ©Q ^g5^*S ^S^^i^ ^q^ fl^S 

QGfii], 6^G©8^^I a^, -asq©© a<? a^Q©a©> 
6 aoG€ii? ©q^l, G©l|05ia, giQ»i©g[i, 
aagqqiGQj fisal, ©i^d aai® ^g [<:9ift 
agQqiGQ g^i^ ©s«aL ^'5Qj w d ajo 

©l9IQ6fil I <1§ aiJ©q,Qa©(» fl|i^lQ9Qia3P© 
€Q©©l5)l©e^S12ISiGSi I 951^ agQIGQ goo^Q 

.s;^QQ €<<;>©©i ©%^ 6 Qtfi^Q q9a|(«n gq©^ 
.flMGQ I g^©, ©o R©«i9 I q©©<3^q©e© 
<i^ ©QQ q^ ©g ^, Qgiflqg©5j 

G?9^G©1@©©©^, QI9!§Q'^©I©©^ I 


QQ^ c^goli^qiG© ga^ sto'® ©q qiqi^ 
gq^Qjql ©i9i©;ii9(^e©iQ© g©iq eie^^t;;! 

^ ©191©© ©I©© ©) 919le^6©IQ&eiQG©li3 


^'^Q Qia ©9 ©S25>l 


( r^.r ) 


5^Q q9 


Samudraka pSni chalu kariba q^ig^ig] ^91^ 
QQ8 9^9^ 99Qe} ^qg eo% cis^i ci^ 

Qt93 0€}Qt «^9 2€} < QSl g^J^IQ QQQM— 

A proverb^ meaning 'He is going to 
quaff the whole ocean empty. 

Samudra kapha 'Samudra phena (See)_ 

Samudra kallola (garjaaa) qig^^Q SQ^Q 9§0 

The roar of the sea. 

Samudra kanchi ^^g-The (sea-girt) earfch_ 

€iaO Qi^l — g\ ^ (f^l ««>^)— e l cq— l. River. 9 I 

Samudrakanta 9fl^ceQ fl€tgQ] O^ (9«1*?[^) — 

2. A river falling ia the sea- «f) i gci* 

SSicr ai« (q© SiO*"^) — 3. a species of 

potherb5 the trigonella herb^ 

Samudraku sankhe pani ^^QQ ae aSi QQQq 


gqQSQ W9IO 




«QQaQgi^aaQ993 


ii — * 
©191 e@ OG9 ^§ ea^c^asi ^iqio** Qg 

^m^^ i5« gs^T »nft k^j »^9a»GQ gifliof «»§ 

GQ91 ©•liq— An analogy meaning the 
same as the English proverb *A drop 

in the ocean', 

Samudraku deinb& 1. To jump into the ocean. 

^m ^'H CW«^1 J I ( as^lio' ) ««-i Qi ©QQk 

^8Q^ 9Qa 9^^\ — (figurativej To volun- 
tarily jump into danger; to court 

danger* 

Samudraku peli debs Qicf (6^«€ Qt^^j) eOQGQQi 

^f^^ ^tf^f^ C5r"€T| 1, To posh a person 

^[S[it 3^5raT to the sea, -> I (Qs^iis) e©l«3 

<^*<9$ 9SQ QQQ gio^ 9) a^aiq 8$CQ9l— - 


gqQ,Q|q'<a 


(figurative) To consign a man to a 
dangerous predicament, 

^^A ^^"^'» ^ (^^1 OOj — f'g??, ®^ (GQCS) — 

Samudra kala Samudra lata (See) 

Z^jyqx—dl', ^. g*» — e I CQICJOaQj fflQQ— 1. Sailor^ 
Samudraga mariner. ^ | ggio 99ic^— 2. A 
(9g<5>^aiPl— aQ<i^9) mercbatit trading with 

9q^M>«ll 1 -1 ships; maritime trader^ 

I ^' cei— gqociifll (g^«i) 

Sanndragltmi (See) 

dflQ^ Gl€i— 7, © ( f^l ©©^ )— ^ I ^^^o,Q asjH^Q . 

Samudra garbba qaQ^Q sa^f a*flS3 ©Q aia — 

!• The bed ol the ocean; the inside oi 

the ocean, ^ I q?IQ*4 QO©3 gl«l flag 

gQ Q *— 2, The bed of the ocean upto 

the highest water-mark. 

gq^QQf— Q% Q. q1 (gq^^€l + «l)---OQI (G^qsQ,) — 

Samudraga A river. §^.^1— gg^^^OQ ii,1^3'— 

Feminine form oE samudriga. 

Samudra garni V^)— ^ I Q19I (69ej' O^a EIQ») 

(QOQQisql— agn^a) qp^q^ ef9<j aiQa©— 

gqo aiacD 1 -^ 1- (Bi^cr) Going or runaing 

qq Q^ Qls^C^J towards the s^a; falling into 

the ocean. ? I SH^l (CQ^* GOfj' £IQ) 

9qQGQ aqQtaq* ©GQ— 2, Sea-going; 

ocean-gomg. « I G0^ Q^^^ 3flJ?^fleJSQ 

aaOIQflO 06Q— 3. Sea-faring. *» I afl^ 

3*© (a9©©l9) — *• Situated in the ocean. 

351 Q q^— G'SJ. ^ ©H — »a*' aaiolQ «fcSlQ§ia ^^^ 

Samudra gupta Q©iQ ©GO"© ©Qa© — Name of 

7!^^^^ a king of northern India in the 

^^ ?p' ^*^^ century A. D, 

[9^— < gaa ©o^qgcjrQ q^ ?iGa d *i5 ©^ 

gff^ ©q?|ofi^ I <J9iQ:ei q^MalQl g©Q© 6 

©1^1 0d§ ©I© G'JIQ^Q I FiaaQ q©yiQ 

©I <jq«ig51Si ^ ^^^ q9ti!« QOIQ Gff©- 

Q6© 

Samndra giuha sea which is the abode o£ ihc 


fi9© €9^ 


V 


ryQ(! 


9^2 ^S*' 


Hindu Go'd Baruna. 9 | eQQSi q^ — 
2, A house with a oontriYauce to fill it 
witli -svatffr so as to be used as a place 
of rpsort during summer. 

aamudra cbuiuka 63 ^?^% 09 qq^GQ) — 

afl9V fl@— Sftge Agastya- 

Qflo,GoT€^— ^* ^ ( ab©^ aesjia ) — gqq gs^q qi 

Samudra cbaura 9©i<©gieo gflO Oiol 691© 
;5igg[ =gt^ Pirate; corsair. 

Qfl^S©rd**— ff, o ( tab^g geqio )— qp^^«i«1 

Samudra chaurjya ©i^lQ^ dOlQ (^<SiO QQ^^I ^^ 
^^^ C5lf^ ^^ ^^^^7 —Piracy, 

fcamudraja ©1013 ga^^ s$q;j^j ^i^^^^Oj ^^^^^ 
(^flQei— ^1) 9si©|— Sea-born; got from the 

sea. ©—1 I ^^Q^ QQtfi; a;:r(f^<» — 

h Sea salt, ^ i g;?»fii P^^IO ej-g — 
2. Coral, pearl etc found in the s^a. 

PaiBudra jaTitu Samudra jiba ( See ) 

Samudraja ^1, n) — qa Q ©Q ^kCT— 

FeminiDc of Samudraja. 
^. Q^, %} — ^fej — Goddess Lakshmi. 

Samudra jata Produced Or got from thp 

ocean J 

gqO^ SI9— 3.€i ( ^^^ «>©, )— '^^s^^CQ Qig Q%^m 
Samudra jiba ©g; ^^^^.^ a 9— Creatures liv- 
ing in the sea; marine animal?. 

Samudra dheu eq^ filing— The wa-ves of the 
^^im V5^ ^m ^^ ®^^' billows. 

Samudra tata(tira, beja, kukshi) ©J35»^1 Wa; 
^gg Q — Sea-shore; sea coast. 

cifiQ^ ©Qqi— «1 9. <1 {^%1 ©©,)— 9lq©,©aq<; Q6l— 

Samudra tanayS Goddess Lakshmi; the 
daughter of the ocean, 

^9i^^ ©fi— g. €? (^^1 ®©J— ^fl ©^Q «5l«©^1 ^^— 
.-amudra taia The bed or Eoor of the ocean* 

«fl ©^ Q^©i(Q-§l, GaiQOj— e, ©. ^1 ( 9^ «i©^ ;— 

Samudra dayita (patni, Josbit) ©qi -River. 


€(P© ©9GI© -?. O ( q^QO ©W3 )— t I ®3 — 
Simudra nabanlta 1. Moon. 9 I aqd — 

2. Nectar. 

gfi^^GQa" — g*. o(;i?5l§; ga^^ ass GO^=as?^- 

Samudra nemi a"5>IQ) — 5§j91— The earth. 

eer 9, 9l©i — s°, ^ (aN«i© cj-'qa €i"i©^iQ?ia© 

Samudra pirds QSJ^IO)— 919195^ ^^ qP ©^GQ 

^^^^^ a;j G^e« ©i^jieQ as©i©? eaiqi 
?rg^»%T pji ^laij ©1^ (^ ©q qq g99I ^a 

al^l— Sea sickness. 

€151^©^ &ai9 — 6©- ©—OS g©isi ©iq- flQ ^4r©i— A 

Samudra poka kind of twig-like grasshopper^ 

Samudra phala — l.Name of a medicinal tree. 
[©— <I9I ©^^, €^1©©, ©lOSQlQ ©19©, ^© 
S'Gga^ig, ©er (i ©w®^© { qe®©*"^ ); 

^^^^Q 9«3 95:53 G©SS^ ©^GqSJ ©% '$<J3 
O^Q 9Q ©t©©l€t^ d giq G©7^©*1G© 
9©©Q, ©]©© , © ©1 Q3 ©|£l©, ^G©i<a3 . 

©£r (§ ©i§j gia© (^© a^ia) i] -> i ©@©a 

9*©; ©S^a (©^S©i@)— 3. Elepbaat-apple. 
gq © £^€\ — €©• ^ ('a'^. gfl © eer©)— sia © ggt© (g©si) 

c^aniudra phena Samudra phena ( See ) 
m^ t^=?T SfS^, (S^^^Q) €i— <30 2©l© ai© — 
^SsT ^ A species of paddy- 

95i^© GET©— g«. Q (9^1 ©©^) — <!. I ^1©,© GO^ai©^ 
Samudra phena CI©1© gSQI©SQ ^©^© Q^^ 

^^^U^^\ —1. Sea-foira. J I ^^©^S 

^g^^ fl^;iQ>©Q^QaiS^soa© ©Q-io- 

9-1. ©SCTOQ^jl 2- Sepia Officinalis; cuttle- 

«. 9©^©©29Q^ fis^ bon?. [©_^ — <15>i€l1©©j 

£€. Qiq9^©lQG© ©Sii^, 6©@SQ©©©, ©ST^ (§ 

(a©i ^C ©]q— ©^Ifl!^©, %^9^ d ^^S^IQ 

^§31©, 6€r©, aiP- <1© ©^0© GQQQ S^Sd I 

© q©, as)©^,^^©,- -^l^l SS^QQ ©9S©^q9,©g 

«;£r. ©09IQ€er©©, ^l^^a ^i^l^ ©<y ©QIQ^ii 

a&€€r©j©!©^€€r5^, e«?^Qi^3 ©Q©iaiQ ©ioq 

eeqiy©^ ^iGa*©, awu^ qqgq ©cr©;a©iQ' 

Q9^^ ©fl« -Q'* © (5»%1 ©S)-"3^A^ Q9SJ^€»— 
bamudra bakshah The surface of the sea. 


yotm 


-Q^Q QQO 


( Oeo ) 


g^Q QIQ 


Sataaudra bacbana S^iiiudra bacbana (See) 

Samudra balaya GQ9 gQI a€) q?iQ% e^*©'?!^! 

gq Q —The sea surrounding the sea . 
like a bangle eDcircling the hand-. 
«. ^« ( *^^^5 ^1^^ 6'5'IGS ^fticj QI9IQ ) 

Surrounded by the sea; sea-girtj oseaa- 

girt. 

^mudra bahni Submarine fire. 

Samudra basT ^9; ^©fflSQ oCTI^ial == cCTh 

(9*f^) (ei^GOia) — I. (Person) Residing 

on the shore of the sea. } | 9^3 GQ 

^WIQl (aai — ei?)--2. Living in the 

ocean, 

Samudra bela Sea-shore. 

Samudra matsya Seafi-sb^ 
[gq^, qiS— GQ€J^ %n] 

Saruudra matha(ntha)na SQCOI 6 a%Q?!lQGJ9iq 
•aqO^Q «SGQ€0— The churning of the 
ocean by the Gods and the demons 
as described in the Hindu mythology, 

[q— (^olgiQ- Qia^ do^^^Q €9Qi^ fiael 
gc^ QIQ 9g^ qq'gq ^IQ QG« I <?§IC? 

GQ9Q1Q^ <$ aW'^ a:s^ a^Q9IG<» Sid 

g^^^q Gfli^Gisi i GQQig^ 5ieinQ erasQ 
gaG» 9fil9Q q^ 9I9IQQ I < O^Q 
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QQ9I^G9 qg^ G9IQ ^<^ 9^% OlQ OGf^ 1 

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»i9 q«& €>QiS)fi ©g;5 I ^GQ^^ictu^Q 91^ 
^Q^iac^Q B^g q<;rGQ $»^ 01^ '^^^ 

Samudra mali gqo^ 91Q G9^S> — Sea — ^girt. 

[eq^n^PISCJI — 9,1] ^. Q — q?J^ — The eartb- 

«igQ^ Gfl«0 ^. ^^) («>'$^'?; «q5»^+Sq5iQI4-£;)- 

Saraudra mekhala 9qQ«5»ig SQ^© — Saa-girfc. 

g^e^egg, q^<^!^q 7 (oai sgo^Gflsia 9la) 

€155 GasiQ!— e. Q— «. I (P'9^$j gqo^ >09l€i qQsie? 
Samndra mekbala C©9"aio) q?l^ — The earth- 

flft'as^ ©?GQa$ Gfl««i e<?*?i9l asi q?ig% ' ; 
69£^*l 3W — ^^ The sea surrounding j 
the earth like a girdle, e. ©^. ^1 — 
QqQ G^fiiOQ ^lejCT-Feminine of Samudra- 

mekhala* 
gqQ flWI — ff. Q (99I ©©^) — GQfilgQ^a^lQlC g^Q- 
Samudra jatra Q qgi — Sea voyage, [^- 

QG^ adfliS9 «q5?.ai^l Q^^cftj «§ «ft- 
qasQ q^5^ lai^i g«6«q ai^GQ ©^"^ g9iq- 

0191 W^^Ql 9^!^ <39 €)G@a QQQG^ 0^!3lO I 

oiliQT^ QQ'tiiiaief ^^Q^aia*! QQ giaaiGQi 
©§ €iasi«l s^i a»t g^SQQfGQ gq^&^Gi^l 

W>e^9l ^^i^'^Q'Q Sl^i^^ «Q91 Q9® I ^&- 
9l9« q€iGQ ^Qciq (S 9«Gr PiglaiGO aiQi^ 

^3^qa aiQ a^ia ^^ 35ii« Sgc— q^gqiq] 

Samudra j&na ag^ G3IQ3 91919; G9IQO— 

1. Ship; ocean going vesBei. ^| (99I Q&) 

flgo^ lai^l— 2, A voyage. 


^9& 


( rnt ) 


^q^^ 


Samudra labana Sea salt. 

Samudra labarda{rdl) (eQ^l)— Samudra lahari 
^'^Ji i^^ ^gs? ^v: (See) 

Samudra lahari gq^^ SIITq q^jis^ «IQ;®qL ©I« 


gisQ i^, qp eo^ie^iq 


Big 


waves; 
billows; the waves ot the sea» 

Samudra subhaga The river Ganges (\pte). 

Samudra snana Sea bath, 

^fi^o^i — 3. ©— <?. I aaaQii ^'^QsaaQ— 1- The 

Samudra plant Zedoary < Apte ). ^ | ^ql^Q — 

2. Acacia Suma (tree), 

0gQiG-a. {^%] ©© )— e I ^flQQa— ;. The 

Samudranta sea sbore ( Apte ), ^ | QlpEfa — 

2. Nutmeg ( Apte ). g». ©^ («»?^§) — 

gp^Cj^gig slqiQgg— Bounded by the sea, 

^f A'^'"*^* ^ ( 6?Q'!;> )— e I 99cr «(aj g qi— 

Samudranta 1. A potherb; Trigoofllla Cor- 

niculata; j \ qiq^i^Ij QaigQ— 2. Cotton 

plant; Gossypium Herbaceum* ^ I Qq- 

fi;^ — 3. A thorny sfarubj Alba^i Mauro- 

rum. T5 1 q?i^— 4. The earth. 

Samudraru «§• ^ ) — «. I qq(lQ — I. Crocodile. 
^ I ©^a*« fla*t — 2. A larga fabulous ani- 
mal^ devourer of whakg. m \ gg^Q©- 
q9Q^\q e>«© qq^<5 €g^— 3, Adam's brid- 
ge constructed by Ramachandra. 

Samudri{dri)ya gqQ q^^Q^i^^]. Relating to 
( qq^Q^I — fiOi^a) the sea; maritime; marine- 
oceanic. 5 I qa^^9i9 — 2. Born ot the 

sea. 
Qfljill «(5l^ — 6Q. c— qqai gfly ( SQSl ) 

Samudha samudhi Samadha eamadhi ( See ) 

Samudhi c^^% ^p(4t SamudiCSse) 


J^ 


Samunatha 0|q — Name for calling Sbmanatha. 
Samunatba brata Somanatha brata ( See) 

^fl e© — y. « ( 3q,+6^©^ ai^=6Qi ©QQi} dq»i e^^i 

Samundana +^9. ao ) — ^ I <5q| QQ9| — 

1. Moistening ( Apte ). > | aqf o|— 

2, Wetness; moisture ( Apte ), 

Qfl ©Xs^l)— ^'^^ «^' ^ ( ^. ^^^l )— ^«^ ( eQoi )— 

Samundi(adhi) Samudi ( See ) [^j — ^q^\ qi© 

[ 3«i^( ^ ) a«n, «iq^/ (^ j «1 - ^1 ] 

QqQ— g\ ©a (Q9^+R« fcJi^==(5Qi s99i+q|. o)_ 

Samanna aQ^. dQI— IVJoist; wet < Apte ), 

?I?^^9— g\ ©^ (gfl,+^Q») — tl aaf^ €$©—1. Very 

Samannata high- lofty; elevated, ^ | QQaqio— 

[ 551^©, 93^^sj?? -aSH^a ] 2. Of high position 

esalted, « | .fl^S^— 3. Great; nobles 

sublime, v j ^qg) gi^^ g^© _4, Proe; 

perous; improved* ♦ | qgq^ g^Qi g[q. 

^©■5 Q6^S0^5. Lifted up- upraised. 

( Apte ). f «?©— 6; Proud ( Apfce ) 

9 I 0*<iq<g'q — 7. Upright; just ( Apte ) 

r 1 e<M({ QI9l€J?|Ql— 8. Projecting (Apte). 

Samunnati 1. Much imp^rovement; prosperity, 
? I QQ a^ai gig -2. Elevation; exalba- 
tion. V I €^©91—3* Height; loftiness. 
» ! €J6^QQ— *- Lifting; raising ( Apte). 
« I qo «^gl— 5' Eminence; high posi- 
tion C Apte ). 9 \ m^i qd|i5>l— 6, Dig- 
nity ( Apte ). 9 I ^<^ — 7, Inoreaae 
( Apte ), r I W0®|— 8. Success (Apte), 
«:< I €1^ — 9, Pride; arrogance ( Apte ). 

Samunnaddha 'S») — ^ I €1?0 — 1- Bloated with 
pride; arrogant. 51 9^©°qffi— 2, Think- 
ing one's seU as very learned; con- 
ceited. • I QdlQj Gfl^— 3. Principal; 
supreme. « \ 6JQ ^Q— *. Bound down; 
hung upi suspended* ♦ I Q^— '5, Bound. 


gqcfii^ 


( r9K3 ) 


^q%(«l)t® 


^! qP©; gaao— 6. Elevated; ; exalted 
( Apte ). 9 I §1© — 7. Swollen ( Apte ), 
r t 8j-^8, Full ( Apte ) 

Samunnayaua ggq^i— 1. Act of eleYatiog , 

2, Lifting or raising up. •> | ^€^190- 

3. Invention, » i QO^eflQ^^ €$8QiJ 
e3IQl©PI — 4. Throwing up. ♦ | gt^ — 
5. Getting; obtaining (Apte). 9 I Q%Q\— 

6. Ocourence; event (Apte). 

eqtjQo— g-, ^ ( ^fl.+€5«4^<;? ) — Q9I© GQ©u 

Sarnunmulana ^^ »l9Qtfl —Uprooting^ 


(9q«^ «©—©«) 


rf-^fr^ 


eradication* 


Samu pagama ©Q% iQflQ — 1 . Ap proach 

( g^aao — Q^ ) (Apte). 5 I 9*fl^ — 2. Contact 

(Apte)." 

Saraupachita «QI*Q©! + ©??"* ^) — t I gq*ig 

(g^aai^— P) ^©"^ig— 1. Much enlarged 

oriDoreased. > | Q'^alff®— 2. Magni- 
fied^ 

Samupajoshas +^«. agj— 1. 1 c^lQ g^J 

a§««6Q — 1. Entirely according to 
wish (Apte) y \ q^n^Qj aQSJSQ^ 

^2, Happily (Apte). 

Samapadhana q^« ao ) — ^ I qg^QO — 

(Q519QO — $^) 1. Producing. ^ | ggQ — 

2. Placing. • i cjsigQ^i— 3. Saving, 

fiifijG«>Q~ <a«- 9 ( «fl,+Q0+Q«i^y|^ ^^, a )— 

Samupabesa v i ^96990-1. Sitting. 

( 9fl a^^— 9« ) y 1 aQtaoi— 2. Welcomingi 

entertaining- *> | <|q^ Q^^I^S.Sitt- 

ing down together, 

Samupabeflana <. \ q^^ Qiggio — 1, Residence, 
habitation (Apte). 9\ ( 9J^+ €JQ-f-^a. 

2. Setting down. 


Ssmapaju kta Befitting^ 

( «fl_9€aiai— a;?»i^g ) 
dfl^ag"©— q*. 9^ (gg^+ Qaa*®) — 1. 1 e^afsjja'^s^^l- 
Samupqsthita 1, Present^ arrived* 

(flfl agiQ, ««VQa ^ — q) ^ i gfl ea® (€Q«) 

2. Samupeta ( See ). » | Ofgsil — 

3, Happened* occurred, v 1 ©9%g— . 

4, Near; proximate. 
Q^jii^'w— Q*». 9 ( ^q^+Qaiw^ff ) — ^ I <©« a/©— 

Samuparjana 1^ Acquiring together. 

( ^^aiQ©— 9^ ) 5 i <]9Qfli^SQ ap'o— 

2. Simultaneous acquisition. 

SlflGQSi — g».^^ (99+ g^Gfl©)— t rq9l9©;<3i'« Qagfi- 

Samupeta 1, Come together^ assembled* 

^i QQgft — 2. Arrived at (Apte). •! (<g)|q) 

mv\^<^ — 3. Inhabited by (Apte). v | qg; 

^if§i— 4. Furnished with; possessed of 

[Apte]. 
€!fl eaqoK?— ^, 9^. ^ (ga^+^a + q- ai^=a^|+ 

Samupeyiban g|i- 09^j fe<^a^^9 VQI. ew) — 

(gqGQ^ql— %1) t I gqaj© (eQ«)— l. Samupa- 

sthita. (See) ^ 1 ^qea© (eQfil) — 

2. Samupeta. (See) 

Samupor^a g^. ©)— ^ I Q^O— 1. Controll- 
ed; chetikedj restrained, j \ Qi^\<s>y 
9qgQ — 2. Produced,- born. « i gqig^ — 
3. Impending, w | ggo©; QSQq q6?j^| — 

4e» Risen} gone upwards* » i ^^g© 

5. AsseiLblfcdj collected. 9 \ fJ^gig. 
9^""© — 6, increased. (Apte). ^ | aQoy — 

7- Begun. (Apte). r I ©gjtj ^qq 

8. Brought near. (Apte), 
gq^^S")Q-rff. ©61 (Qfl^+e^^fQ)— aoi^t q^^Q— Very 
Samurba( rbba )ra fertile. ( q — X X x ©GQ 

©^ifll?. 99fl|Q©<» I) 

gq§(§l)Q©— Q'. ^ (3fl,4Q§9©. Qal9o)— V I a®«j^ 
SamulIaaiS)3ita aCQO^ Q^^^^t - 1. Rejoio- 
(9^913 -«)) ing; over-joyed; greatly delighted; 
exhilarated* J I €€!|Q©— 2. Shining;,, 
looking beautiful, m \ ^^\^^,Z. Play- 
ful. V \ ae €i%0— 4*. Very brilliant. 


^5S^<?I 


( f*^^** ) 


qqs 


eqge^l-GQ*, § (80h)— 9g^^9© 69W— To be glad 
SamuUasiba or delighted; (gj— ^qi «Qg qq^ 

SamullasibS OQ^i; laQQ^ ggQPi— To delight. 

Qcrl® I) 

Samullekha 1. Special mention. 5 I «0Q; 
(Qqegeiff — a»«*qD) eSllQQ — 2. Engraving. « I 
[ 9q^S®, Qqs^^©— 9^ ] g$^^9l— 3. Scratch- 
ing. '^ I ^g^^l— 4. Scraping. ■«- i eeiQ — 
5. Talking, speaking, 

SamnRgia e I €|0j Wl^© — !• Married, ^i bS — 

2. Caught, w I qjaljS— 3, Heaped up; 
accumulated, v | caiySi— 4 Rectified; 
purified^ ^ I ^g^; (j^^ja—S, B^tjt; 
crooked, 5) | gsQSifiji® — 6, Produced a- 
fresh. 9 I 8Q^ »— 7, Cleansed . noq"® — 
8, Reetrained, q 1 aQggj © — 9, Traiqu- 
ilised,^o I ^cr® — 10, Associated, <i<l I 
■<]9S^l9a— 11. Assembled. (Apte) ^5 I 
eq^a®— 12. Collected. (Apte) ^«>| ejQas^ 
eigQ—1^. Enveloped. ( Apte ). k^ I 
91^© — 14. Borne along. ( Apte ) ^«- i 
<3i^fllQ — 15. Led* conducted. (\pte) 

Samuirii(ra) <QQPlSiqQ — A species of deer. 

Samula 1. With the root; vi^ith the root 

(99^51— a»i^9) attached to it. 9 I ©1Q« g?Oj 

[ ^^^i a^JSQ— ^a'SlQ ] qi?I«tfl— 2. Having 

foundation^ well-founded. • i qe?®^ — 

3. Having cause. ^Q, ^.^« (^. ^^i^**)~ 
5j^5f gq^Q (GQS) — Samuie (See)- cq, ^^ — 
Hq;^ ©C©> go— Ascertained ( q— 9^1 ©QU 


Qfl^GSi— SQ' ?• Qfe, t«. 95K&*)— ^ I fl^ ^1 S^a 

Samuie q§s— 1, With rJot, .> ( 9^ ^^63— 

^"H^ 2. Completely. *» | riO*l^ fl'aiQ— 3. In- 

^^ cludinsc the baginaiag. « I aQ«t^ OQ^ 

g5^^4<. From the begtmiag^ ♦ | g Qgai^. 

QQ_5^ From the very root; by tearing 

up the root^ 

Q€!®l)-CQ- «r — ei %a GQa G^QI— l. To be 
Saraule(samalare) n&^a extinct. > I fl^ g?^0- 
(nasbta, binasa, nirmnia) QSg^jgig 6991; 

hebS (paibft, labhiba) ggj!?® 69?>l— 2. To be 
^W\ f^l^ i^ii ^^*t) ^^'^l eradicated. «> | ©yg. 
S^ srr^r^T 6991—3. To be exterminated!" 

Samuie nirinula QQ ggSi OI€! C9SI )— 

W.^ f^'^,^ 9«|€l— i.,Eradioationi extinction 
^f^STTT^r ?\ ^^ e^a — 2. Extinction; extermi- 
nation- 
^q^..Qo^ Q (9n.+99 a-^=99Q 9«591+®|i si) — 
Ciamuha 1 1 g^Qiq.gq^— 1. All; whole; entirety. 
5 I qf — 2. Heapi collection. » I ®99j 
Q^; g^l^lSJ — 3. Multitude; assemblage* 
aggregate, -^ I Qa — 4, Flock; troop; 
(Apte), ^ I (qa^+^ii^ wi^^CsT g5i«?l 
+ ^9 a)— QCl'iS'^ ©«— 5. Special argu- 
ment, ^ I Q§© ©©*" — 6. Much 
argument, ^ | a©^i§ qs»9 — 7* Great 
doubt. GQ. Q«. — *. I qQq»iq— 1. All; 
entire; whole. J \ 9g; as«»g— 2. 
Many; much, w [ <]5 ©IfflQ 9=$ — 
3. Many of the same clas3 or species, 
. ■» I QgQ; «l©*i^. a *>i^©^4. Excessive. 
[ Q^— a»*( aQ 0GQ ©MQfS G9G51 ^i^- 
90Q 9^©Ci| QSQ I Qal— 'Ql§ 9fl9 l] 
^^^ G<5»0— aiflSJ 91 9fIl©G) ^^Q'^ 

^''SiQSI 91 «Q''^Allthe members of a 
community acting jointly- [ 9^ ^ 
g<31€Q ga 9, 9^^li^, e%J9.*€! g^© €19 
GO?a Qe€lQM^Ga9t9f5g<liq!9 (i§)gjGQ 
<I9^€I9 QS^iai d QG39a (ga q9SSl 919fS> 




>»av 


■^^J^ 6© 


( ntv ) 


^€90 


^C^9 S© — 3. © — ^ I EI€'''9 s©— Much loss. 9 I 

Samaha tshati q<5 OdSQ Q©— 2. Los3 on 

all sides. •» | GflSf fl© ^^^ 9q|©9 aej— 

3, General loss, [o^ — 4§9Q 9flJ? 

-g^^^SO— e. Q (gfl^4-99 aj^ + q^- a»)-^ KQ^I ottfi- 
Samuhana 1, Bringing together, j I ^g<5- 

2. Collection; compilation. 

Samahani +©§ a-|-%l fij] — flail's; ^19^ — 

Brooms sweeping brush- 

Samuhare kama kariba qi^ qq^I — To act 
7[^ <Pt^ ^^at coDJointly. 

Samuhabalambana jnSca Q'9^1q ^»— 

(philosophy) Perception of simultan- 
eity or entity. 

Samubja ©G€9— 1. A kind of sacrificial fire? 
> I ego^Q 3qiQ «ea«— 2. A kind of 
vedic ritual ior consecration of fire. 9. 

Arguable. 

Samjuddha ^ | gq^^^ j§ gi^_l^ j^^^^ i^, 
(gq^— 9) creased; full grown. ^ 1 gq^)©— 
2. Esaltedj elevated. • j ©^^ai«1^ 
9»e^^|g>j yff9^4— 3. Richi wealfchy. v | 
gq^^q^. -^^l^aiftl— 4. Prosperoas; thri- 
ving; flcurishing. ■#. | 0^^,^, q^__ 
5. Auspicicus; blessed- blissful. ^ i 
(+ft^. «)€i|S»; ©10—6. Borni produ- 
ced. 9 I ^ft1-7. Happy, 'r I qQioio^^ 
S. Fortunate. c | ETft flj— 9. Fruitfol 
(Apte). ^o I Qj-^lo. Full; complete^ 
entire (Apte). ^t f ©gsj. g©^— 
11, Copious; abundant (Apte). 
€qQ-^q». pf eq^H-Qd^ »I%-C9'<?I+Q9. © )— 
SamTuddhi ^ | igqitj^ ^^~1. Increascj great 
growth, > I ggas^. €jcs©-2. Great im- 
proveiiient. • j <a*a^ «Q9— 3. Riches; 


wealth; affluence; opalence^ tj | Q^*i{&^ 
enqsj 9Cr»— 4. Weal, jk i qa— 5. Happi- 
ness; bliss. 9 I ^4^-6. Prosperity. 
9 I €$gai— 7. Produotioa. T I gi©tf — 
8. Exnberaocej profusion; abundance 
(Apte'. tf I flqoi— 9. Power. <.. igag> — 
10, Supremacy (Apte). 

Samiaddhi manta Samxuddhiman ( See) 

gq<§fliQ— 9». c^- 1* ( gq<?rqa^ a©, ^qi- to )_ 

Saniiuddhiman t. 1 Qq($Qag. •<B«ldi|&o 

(gq«»«iSI-^1) 1. Grandj prosperous; thriving. 
(qj^q^— S») > I €J?;©a1«— 2. Improving, m \ 

fciOfilftl_3, Kicijj opulent, 

«q<$"«IOl— g*. «i«, ^ ( gq<^aao^€iQ; ?qi. t.^ )— 
Samiuddhisall sq^qiQ^ ( e<?ej ) 

(^q(^5lo— ag'jqa') SamruddhimSn (See) 
(«<3i*''a;o*3, aq<^€il«i— ^1) 
(qq<^€iiaai, sq^alo©!— q) 

Samfuddhi saiipanca Samruddhiman (See) 
(9q§ Q«a^ —^1) 

9Gfl— eo*. ^. 9 a (EQ*!) (9% 933^) — t I qfliQ qoa^|. 
Same «3g q»€Q— 1. la equal batches, 

^9G€i-2. Equally. [€^— 9G3 g©(a 

QSftO^^e^. ©^ (g^ 96ft©)-qs?i©3 9§Q— 
Samet With; associated with; including. 

geQ©-<a*. ^ ( gq^+a+Q tJi^^-as^i+QiS. © )— 

Satneta ^. | 9§© — 1, Together with; accom- 
panied by. 5 I q^oqg. qecr q^ — 
2. Conjoined or associated with; combi- 
ned with. *» 1 9*a^j 9oqc-3. Joined; atta- 
ched, IS I gig— 4. Got; received, *| 
€^9gO — 5, Present, 9 J 9f€lg©— 

6. Arrived at. «> i <o§ ^fto — 7, Come 
or met together; united ( Apte ), r I 


^€?e9 


( r^^* ) 


9^^ «C?OI 


^9ti ^Q9-^^« Gome near; approached 

( Apte ). Q I 9l5«t Q|Q§I9! — 9. Come 

into coliusion with; cncoantered by 

(Apte). ^» I <^W^} ^1^0—10. Agreed 

upon (Apte). «e I («q9<ft> 9«1Q-11. 

Including. 

^«G9?e9— 9U £1— g^©— With, [ ^—GQIW 5«1 

Samete a^ «Q, %9l eS^S© GaSSk Ol^ I 63 dtf 

^c^i^C^) a^e^ »i§eQ^ Q€a€o «iQ o gqiqc^— 

All. 
-QSflSOfil-ai- a ( a^** )— 3^3 -With. [Q— 
Sametena ^q-^ flQi^ a^P^^I^Q^Sf QQAG©^ i 

5i^5(C5(^) eg^ eqi? TO flSQ, ^scr e<as> ©q ^^q 

Samedhita +©^. © )— ?. I QO^IQ©— !• Enkind- 
led; lighted; ignited. 5 I 9^^© — 

2. Greatly increased. •» I €jq© — 

3, Elevated. « I Q^^a — 4. Raised up. 
» I flQQj ©QQIQ — 5. Strong ( Apte ). 

$> I ^^^^ — 6. United ( Apte \ 

Samele 1. Together^ together with, [ Q — 

2. AccompaniBd by. 
Samod&ka ©Q — 1. An equal quantity ot water. 

^ I ( 9'^'^_fii ^^ 0Q^® Q"^© 'sS^^ ) "^^^ 

SliaiO; 9^'Si\^\\'M^^~2. Churned curd 

containing whey and water in equal 

proportionsi a mixture of half butter- 
milk and hall" water ( Apte ). 

Samopama A class of simile. 

Sampakwa 1. Fully riped. ^ I e^^q^GQ Sig 
( Qogg «a««i^Q ) QQ QIQ^i^l— 2. Well cooked. 

Sampat prada €9 ^Jf^ «?a?>— Bestowing afft- 
( 9^©^ 991 — ^1 ) uence or bliss. 


Sampat prada bhaipabi G^Q^^esiS— Name of 
a Goddess worshipped by the Tantrikas. 

Sampat-sali qjl-Siaiol ( GQfil )— Sampattisali 
( q-a© Ql^l— flS>i^B ) ( See ) 

g#®— gi. p ( q% w^ ) — 1 I gjt^ — 1. Property. 
Sampati j \ «m>Siq,Q. Ql5)q|jq — 2. Occupation; 
>l«^fe resort. [ gj — <»si qiQQQ « «5i© I 

^57^ 9©Q ET^a QQoai©— ©a i ] 

3^^—;?.© (qq^-*-aq)^. aia«:]|Q9i, 0^i-|-O?5. ©) — 
Sampatti ^ i aQ; ©KJQI?? — 1. Wsalth^ riches^ 
(?a^— ai?-1^3) property. ? i -^c^di; ^W^ a:?- 
[©3^5 — ^agsi] ^^"^ — 2. Prosperity; affluence5 
(^^Q— ^^) opuleaoa. ( £j— 6^I<?IG»€»I O^ ^«|^ 

oi§, <3;isa!§)Osf ^^^ Qi§ I oa J ) 

•> I Gaiq— 3. Beauty, tf I qj^lga*"— 

4. Exeellence of qmlity. * I SQIq? — 

5. Glory J greatness, 9 I O^Q — 

6. Majesty* 9 i ^^ —7. Happiness; bliss. 

q^iqQ©' 3^1)'" I GSlga*'— 8. Good 
fortune, (Q — <1^ Qff*! ^Gfi^ 91QQ Q^s^^Sl, 
g^^33*Ti q.lff ^g Q Q^s^ I s5^9«§. q5>RQ©. 
«>0 I) (3 I gia^Sif — 9. Success; iulfilment; 
accou]plisbinent,(Apte) t«i Qaqg as>SH- 

10. Suitable state, (Apte) «.<. | QlO^di — 

11. Exuberance; plenty. (Apte) A? | 
8^©l— 12. Perfection. (Apte) GQ. © — 

^»l»^f^ ^W^ -^q^tgj^Landed property. 

Sampatti arajibS To acquire or earn riches. 

(a^^ «Q5?«» oq;>i, 'a^^ ©3i[Gq]Q^i, g^^ 

asTQl— a»«i%9) 

SampattiB. (g5t@)9ia — aQ^%9) Wealthy- 

Sampattika [ g^-SjPI— ^1 ] Affluent. 

Sampatti kariba ea:m riches? to aoquire 


«^^sq 


{ r^<9 ) 


t^g% 


^««»tf^^^ -v^ealth, 5 I a» ©9IQ5>I— 2, To 

«Wlfxi ^ft^?rr amass ['wealthy * I a» <g»ig %g^ 

©IfQ! — 3. To acquire or pwrcbase land- 
ed property. 

g^^ giq— a». ^{9^ ©©) — t l a©Q QIQ— 1. Loss 

Sampatti kshaya of property. > 1 ea^ — 

2, Adversity, 

9^65" 0«l(efl)QOi-<^ I ^m^ aa«>ii^ 0€5*l— 1- To 
Sampatti gama(me)iba squander away pro- 
»r«?rf^ C^l^t^ perty, ^ I Q'^ Q*fi^ 4 eQ#! GQ 
^fjqfelJlWT CQI^ i^^r^^*"© eWI— 2, To lose 
(^^^ 9Q[eQ]Q^I, Q^& ^QI[G«]Q9!-aO'*^9) one's 
[9?f^ 0<3|(G?i)Q^I— ©eg©j property. 

m^ fi»ie— 9^ 9 (f^l ®€i)— ^ I HQQ Oia— 1. Loss 
Sampatfci nasa of property. 5 I ^^4h gq; OTO 

Oia — 2. Adversity. 

Sampatti bajyapti qs>sii^ 96IQ a^tgiSQ 6»]^t 

Forfeiture of property. 
Sampattiban Rich; well-to-do. 

Sampatti bijnana Sampattisistra. (See) 

Sampatti belaQa) fl^Q^iQ ^^di ^§ g^gjeiN— 
'i'^fec^, ^"^W^C^f Time of prosperity. 
^''rf^WT ^?r ( Q — Q9^^eQGO €^OQ O ©QQ, 

^QO^S'JGQ 010Q O 699—99 I) 
€[«^(^ €lig, — «. 9. ( SbSiQ ) — ao €)^Q— 
Sampatti Sastra Economics; the science of 

property, 

Sampatti hina 1, Having no property. 

( S^^^'aQ— SQf^g ) y i agj9— 2. Poor. 

eSfQ^— q«. §i(iaq^+QQ il|§=8Q!, g|Q;j|-(-QS^^ $^g. 

Sampad Ufli. V9 )— t I c^@ { GQfil )— 

(q^eqij-fSQM^Q) 1. Sampatti ( See ) 

(«)Q«?^ — §Qg») 3 I aofijTQtf— 2. Decoration. 

(Apte), ^1 q^gisj 91^ — 3. a necklace 

of pearls (Apte). ts \ 06ai€>O g^lO — 

4« Right method <Apte). 


Sampad-bata King. 

Q»oo©ciq— g», Q (fs.1 s>®J— aQSQ fl^acQ 99t^Q 

Sampad-binimaya «J<;i|Q golQ— Exchange 

of riches between each other* 

Sampad-bipad ©g^S) gqi^JIQ (9«l.eQl9)— 

Aggregate of prosperity and 

[9^S; Qa^ — aWM^a] adversity, 

g^Q— SQ, Q ( g°. ia«30^ )— 9^^ ( eQSI ) — 
Sampada jj^tf ^rPT3 Sampatti (See) 

qgaQGQ 3aG9«^l ( O^GOl'S )— standing 
with the legs joined Jtogether. 

^ifl-Q^QQ*!— Q*. €> ( g^Q^+fiia«; 9^ «©^ )— 

Sampad-lakahapa -^^dSi ©9,— The sign of 
" [9^9^— a3«I^Q] prosperity (Apte). 

2^4}— gup (qi©1q gqi'i) (g*- q^qJ—^^^ (GQfii)— 

Sampadhi Sampatti (See) ( ^ — ©3a 

<3G9© g^^— QiQQ! Qig wigQ© ggi) 

S^-Q% eei. q* (qp^+SQ al^«9Ql,a!S^I-hcf.O)- 
Sampan^a ^ I ^fiidq^; q^^eilftl — 
( q^SQ — Gftf^a ) 1. Prosperousi afauent; 
(^^«ai — ^1) thriving. y I dSI — 2. Wealthy; 
(9^<fi9l— ^1) rich. m \ (4-g^©) ^^IQ©. 
©^^_3. Accomplished; effected; brought 
about. -tf I gai^O; g»4 — 4. Complet- 
ed; finished. » i qsrcQ ^g^Q— 5. Join- 
ed with; possessed of; having, [q — 

Q^«, 1 ] ^1 Gal^QMOlO^— 6. Fortu- 
Bate (Apte). 9 \ q«)l— 7. Happy (Apte). 

r I «5iJ%GQ QQ^^ij caiaSi aioa— 

8. Full-grown; mature (Apte). cj | (a<jp) 
pS^- "sl^^^- Endowed with; possessed 

oU (ceil— ^Q''i©«''^^?f«) ^« I 99®; ctr> 

10. Right; correct (Apte). 
Sampaiaya ^ 1 q«— 1- ^^g^*; conflict. 

2, Future. •* 1 as^?— 3. Calamity, ■» I 
(+$^.a) 9^1© (^s;S«>I9) — 4, OfEspring,. 


«!$tgq«)© 


( r^^^ ) 


^m 


SaiiiparayB(yi)ka (e9«i) — SamparSya (See.) 
^ffOe®— ^*. «* ^qG+8€)g*(?) — t I S9« — 1. Acc- 
Samparigraha eptance. 5 \ ?1©1Q — 2. Con- 
sent, so I Q©|$— 3. Marriage. 

Samparka gv a) — ^ ! €ia^5 q'g^Q— 1. Bela- 

(^^a**— SOIQS) tiOD^ conneotioD, ? | q°gQ — 
2. Contact^ association; society.*'' i 
q^GQIClj 90S^ — 3. UnioD; mixture, v i 
9QI9 91 Q^IQ Q^*© «?©^©l — 4. Relation- 
Bhip by marriage or blood. ♦ | ^1 a^^Q*. 

(g^^9, ^^*\ ^'?I«»''l'^— 9«) e^'aQ— 5. Coition; 
sexual union, ^ I ^€1*^6. Touch; con- 
tact (Apte). €Q. Q"-Q$>Ql€) <^ s^O^; 

5i'N*1^ saiT** Distant relationship, [g^ — 

Samparka barjjlta Unconnected; having no 
^^^V** Uq^qq connection. 

Samparka rakhiba «F8^iQ q^f^ Qlf^l — 

'IM^^ To have any connection with a 
^Tq%^^^T person or thing. 

Samparki q9i,^q§; qs^.'S'l— Connected with; 
(g^«'«l— ^1) related to. 

Samparkiya e^l^ — 1. Relating to^ coaaec- 

(9^^'s^l— ^1) ted with. ^ \ ^^^\ <^\^ ei?^— 

2. Related with. «n | Qg Q^QQ^q^ 91 

^^1^ Q-aQqg- 3. Related by marriage 

or kinship. 

SamparddS(rda) Q«— l.A company of Jaymn- 

^^Jrt singers and players; a company of 

^|75i^ chanters of hymns with music. 

3 I €'?g9q[««' g©^ qqi©— 2. Sect of 

ascetics, 

q^q'icj — Si- (a. q^qiq)-^^^^^^!;;) ( e^^si ) 

Samparddana SampradSna ( See ) 


g^[_Q-. © (g5?^+a®^y|^=89Q!+9|.« + «il* 21)— 
Satnpa 95»t© 3 ©© ft— Lightning, ^O^ — 
(q*»dl— a»"(^i) t I ( 3». q?tl3) )— 6II« 6Q91— 
^*% ^"t'^ti 1. Abusing. y I BQ€1|8 6Q?>1 — 
grfijsJT'T 2, CurBing. 6^, 9S1. qf— ^ I 63 Olfi> 

I't^l G^9iGQ 6 aciaia e^^icq ««?m5 9| 8|QQ- 
CTPT ^^dMF 1. Given to cursing and rebuk- 
(g^\ 9S$fQ— g,1) ing, ^ I (q». qqa''^) gqo©;. 
'fN^I 5B'^RT ^^^—2. Made over; consigned. 

SampS(mpe)iba a»*! §tg cti© paq^i — 

^t*ft=I The causative form of Sampiba; to 
^Tq" f^enfT cause to be rebuked. 

Sarcpaka «. | s^^s ( as^l )—l. Lecherous^. 

(q^aig— 8io«fqa) lewd. -> i ^^ ( s^iqq )— 


2. Arrofjant « 


"^j^; a^xaa— 


3. Wicked; wantoo. "ff i Qf©*© (fiflQ^J) — 

4. Argumentative; reasoning well. 
» I Bfii (t)Q^1)-5. Little. ^ i ©^€i— 

6. Cunningj subtle (Apte). 3> I viq.«> — 

7, Lustful, r I 09^—8. Small^ gQ. ©^ 

<!. I (6 WW) «l«^yi 1»IQ 92-1. A trae; 
Cassia Fistula. y \ gj^fl^gg g© g^^ij 

tl^ai— 2. Matured condition* 
Sampa katS Cursing^ and abusing. 

€lftl€l-6Q. ^— Q"9i€l ( €Qei ) 

Sampaga Sampaga ( Sse ) 

g*HQl— QV ^4— 9»a|Ql ( Q<94l ) 

SampagI Sampagi ( See ) 

?1$H Q^g-€Q, (Q-M^^) M- 'ill (g»l + €€l]g)— e^i©_^aa 
Sampa gaurl GofQQ^ ^S^l— (^ vvoman) Of a 
7^'=*t1 ^^^ bright colour or complexion (as that 
^WT n^h of the lightning), 

(9§ri 6Qig — ©©iqa) 

Sampa ^aara ^g^—Of a dazzling bright 

(^^i o^l^— ^1) complexion. 

Sampata t l «(J j ©l<{© (©GCilQl)— 1. Spindle. 
(S108I4— «0^^9) } i ( + QQ. a) QQ^QfJ ©l?QI — 

2* pitersectioD. 


^oM 


■^510 


( oer ) 


e?n«j«ii^ 9^«f 


"Q*H©— a*. §) (qq + acting— e9Ql+<50- a)— e i Q'5iQ- 
t-^ Satnpata 1, FalHnc. ? i qa9-2. Multitude. 
(Q«ai^— «»i§g) • I a€jg^.i©; aoaia— 3. Curse. 

V I S^qO— 4. Flying. » ! ClflO (^€1.^©I9) 
—6. Going, ^ I £€©€1 { 9^6Q9 ) — 
0, Entranoe. •> | tjftlqigj^Q oa ©sasj 

7. A kind of bird's motion; a bird's 
sudden dropping down. 
iff*Pt1^ STS^l^rr SQ- ©—©Qdiq— Shower ofraia. 

Sampata bach ana A curse; imprecatory words. 

Samps ti Name of a son of Aruna. 

[«alo— KOM^al {Q^— a^^ft- q<^^ Qiq eats <§ 

OfllGO 9^^fi? Q?ijs]9 €965^ I 9&!Jq 
C<t^Cl^q$tl3 9%|J^;i 93gig fl$|QO 9Q I 

a6'»^<a^6Q g$^ 699ieQGo qq^-^iq 91qi- 

— *?^6919 j 
Sampatika Sampati (See 
Sampati gfl*19^ aoosilis — Falling. 

(q^i©«a — q,1) 

Sampada asoi — 1. Any mythological epi- 

^^ sode. [ e^— <j ayi QQQ 55Cf,^^ 

[eaiQ— aft'f^a] fil9iqi] 5 l 9«l!Q3 «9Q-. 2. News; 
intelligenoe. ^ I qj^«6Q 9^9 ^QO^Q'Q 


9Gaia?C9-3. Dialogue between two per- 
sons described in a ! mythological work. 
[^69I9« efll9Q 3tl9 <ig, <«fl» e«iQ qlf9 

GQ^ I gi©l. Q9099] V I (9©«!SI) QSO^Q 
<39!g^g«|9!6Q QS9 C?16Q ?I9I «€iqSl <S19Q' 
4. Information about the contents of 
any record in a pubHo record-room. 
♦ I OQ« — 5. Rays. [Q — 91^9 3^^ 
99^5 aaiQGQ fQflQ^ 6919S9 1—9^. 

69*G9^ap»l'3] ? I g«ae— 6, ColHsioB. 

[^— 9Q9g)Ga fGfd 9^l9g) 9969 q6^ 
«16Q €tGQ gSl9 I— Q®, €9 GQ'SiilSQig ll 
•/ t g?tlQ9; 033—7. Performance, [q-^^ 

' ept 993 §99 aqi aei'T g5^l9 ©?> i— 9io1. 

©qf^ fll9igij 69. ©tf!—9$t^^— Finished. 

69Wca a^i<? I — gioV ©q!^fll9ig*i] e. ^• 

(951^4-39 ai^ H-qiO a)— ^ i «q*i9^ ©iioq- 

(^«IC9I9) 1 1. Completion; accomplish- 

meat. (Apte) 3 I 39*9^ — 2. Acquisition 

(Apte). 

effiQQ— .^. ^ei. q» (gfl+a9 6l%^it0-=«|i- «9)— 

Sampadaka g^)999ig3 9ld«l «i^l'S'9— Acco- 

(g-9l<59-"a»i%9) mplishing; performing; 

(9^1991—^1) euperintending. ^f, 9. qf^ 

(q$|-)990', 9"aiQ^§— ©) V I Si^Q 9irfi 3^1999^*5 

9QQ 9IQ^ ©^19©^1. Secretary to an 

association. > | caeT 919 g'919a9<;i 91 

Ql«^? Q@9i9 99(^19 ?g9 ^^^ 9^111^ 

9Q5; 9^919 9'='9ai^9l 91 9Qq09— 

2.Editor to anj? newspaper or magazine, 

9!e''''3Q^©©|3J^— 3. Secretary to a echool 

cr an inetitutiou, 

a^lQ^OlC^)— 9-. e (a$frlQ9+Q69, 91, ^)— 
Sampadakata;(twa) t I Qfll99<? 9^— 

1. Editorship; secretaryship. ^ | g^jQo- 
2. Accomplishment. 

QfUQQiq— 3. 9^ (9^:Q9+tsi©iGer- fiji^)— 9^199- 

Sampadaklya Qq^l^^ — Editorial. 

gftiOQaq a^Qi— «. 9 («ts©) — a9!9a« qi qiflq9 

Sampidakiya mantabya g?916Q 9$HQ09 ^6Q«I<;^- 


^»!Q(aq ^ci 


( ""nc ) 


€^1991 


Editorial remarks^ the editor's notes 
in a newspaper or magazme. 

Sampadakiya stambba S^QIQ QQ^ g'^SQ 
S^t-lQ^q- C^^l giQ oi<3— Editorial 
column in a newspaper or njagazme, 

•«[*Hq QQ€iig(g.)— gq, §> ( Qeqa )— o©€)q q^i^g^- 

Sampada darkhSslsta) StQIGQ QS© Q^'^ eof^t 

>i?^1^ «T^^!=^ ^niQ 8IQ9I ©96^ fi^^® aia»l a&— 

^J*^*^ ^^^fT^cT Application for certain infor- 

matioa from a record stored in a public 

record-room. 

Sampadana gqQ!?l+^9, a» ) — ?. | aq]d!»; 

(g'Q.tHi^— as>«i^9) 9flia5?5 Q^IQ© — 1. Accompli- 

sbmentj ootcpletion. y \ gglOQ ^QO* 6 

2. Editing or publication of any book. 

fin I ^ai^'g ( ^tfl€919 )— 3, Acquisition; 

earning. 

Sampadana kariba ©ftlC)Si|— 1. To edit a 
.Tl»?i1^^ ^^1 paper- J \ gq|di QQ^I — 2. To ac- 
^TPH^iT ^':!it complish. go \ g^|QQ| ( eqia ) — 

3. Samp5dib5 (See) 

Sampadaniya gsT. a«[iq)-g^|09 c^OlSi GQia*J — 

Fit to be accomplished. 

Sampadayita ?.9)'^g^|Q«Q|'3l— Acoomplish- 

Sampadi (root) «€)9I— To accomplish. 

g^iQ©— q\ ^^ (gg^+aiQ- ajl^+Q^T* ©)— «. 1 ^Q- 

SampSdita g^iQQ; gqi§^; €i^|^©3 «i||Q©— 

(q«aiQ©— CiQ'f^Q) 1. Accomplished- finished, 

9 I («Hl<?9««lQ) or «©— 2. Edited, 

£ftlQQI— eQ*§ (q^^iQai^— t I gqieiiQ gcj^j— 1. To 

Saxnpadib^ aecomplisb. (c^ae^i^ 9^l<> QI<$^€Q 


^"^^C^^Nl Qg^is^a^ 0^91^2. To preserve; to 

f^^Ffl^T ^JTF store with care; to keep in 

custody, (Q—ae^g ^^1991 ©§19ll 391 efl! 

V q1© I « I ^-g^ ©Q9I— 3. To gatherj 
to collect, ts \ TOG© gl» GQ9I— 4, To 
entertain in the mind, (Q-©§iq<il! ©Sfli^, 
<^0 GQQ 9tG<aiQ, Gg 699 ^^I^S!? QQ ^Q I ©©- 
^€&, gcrl© ^ I ©qi 'SiQQI— 5. To brood 
over a matter, ( Q — ©^1 W9WI *«© 
«;»9I% 3^199 ^Ql <}Q9 I ^^- G9lf9^l$ 

5> I ©mot ©Q^lj TOI§9l5 Qlgi «QOI — 
6. To wish. [ €^_q^^Qi5rQ Gg 3^1Q 
qao— fj^9''9. q^lSlQ©' 9^ I ] 9 1 Qii- 
Q9I; a"fiGQ QSIQQI — 7. To bring about; 
to cause a thing to take place. [ ^— 
9QG^ 9?G^ ^9! I 9^IQ5 <G»> <I«I — *^e€S 
Q6€Jiq ©^^Q Ql© l] r I Q3i|©9l; GQ^<i?l — 
8. To inquire after; to sear^b^ [ ^-^ 

G?9<!>^€!©»ig I] Q I ( aa ao? ) ^^iq^i — 

■9. To denote; to convey (a meaning^). 

€^^, G9eQ^€J0Qia I ] to I Qy\5;» ^^5»j — 
10, To make provision for, [ q— 

9^1^91 q9 ©ff^iQ Ql®, cq© asQ Gg© 
GQQaa ©©— gaiftia. qwiq i ] et ( 

■^iQ asi'GQ Q^IQ^I— 11. To causa to con- 
ceivejtoimpregDate. [€^— ©J-^IQ QS^J^^^Q 
g©^ fclGSf 9^1Q a^sas© I SJfllQ S>SSi9q aQ, 

«©» q.G^ €g 9^^ — »Q«iiia, qa^® i ] 
e^ I (G$ltfl3 ©S ) OS^^i — 12, To perform; 
to do ( auy act ), [ Q — a§*©©» aiQ 

9IGQ I Gfl^f g^iQ agaiGQ— oaaia. qq9©] 

QQQI — 13, To earn for future use [q— 63 

^ciftiei. get?® ] ^^ i ^l^i; ^Si^ (?Q^I — 

i4i. To store. «.■•• | «l® OQ9I— ^ 

15, To produce 


^^m 


( r^?- ) 


Q^v 


Sampadja Fit to be acoomplisbed; accompll- 
( q-9|Qi— a««j^a ) shable. qo^ ^ ( j^-ig© ) ^ 

«q99l ©TI^Q<> SQ^ VI Qfl9f|-^(geomeiry) 
A problem. [Q— C'<(|9eQgSaPloqiaiQ«©8 

ee?, Qt9i Q^iQH I sai— *€€iif<i «€i«e«<si 
90^ 0191 6^9010*1 I sal — ^-09 QQaeQ^il 

QS^II^PIQ €Q^iQ Q^q file's €9)^9^Q 

gqf <5j© «G69i^S) ^q^ gecr ^qio' i ] 

fl^ €991— eQ- ^— ^ I (q«. qqaa) — g^d^^ «Q9I — 
Satnpi deba 1. To make overj to make ovsr 
>r*tT, ^vi c?«?ri charge of. J I aoiQ 939 991Q 
«T^ ^ €Q«I— 2. To hand over. 

flSf'OI— 6Q. ^— ^ I (g», Q^l© ) Q€!q^!© g€}9l — 
Sampiba 1. To curscj to imprecate. > [ Qie 
'T^tt, 'ft^rt GQQt — 2. To call names; to abtiae, 

oq eac-0Q©eeiQ. aq"'-^! i] •! 

^'C^C?«^1 ( go_ qcg'^ ) gjQQ 0€3Q|_3, To 

^'«T ^ commit a thing to the charge of; 

to offerj to dedicate. [ ^ — g ^&Q 

Sampi 91 ac€iia e^^iGQ Ja^igi — 

C^ ^ ^5^1^^ C^^ m^^^lcft Termagant; 

(9e$t"fii— aft'tqa) shrewish; (a woman) given to 

cursing; foul-mouthed ( woman ). 

Sampirf(root) I* To press; to wring out 

by pressing. ) \ Ql9ie99i;^gl§G> ffQ9l- 
2, To oppress^ to harass; to torture, 
^ I eSQSJ 9€}^l— 3, To send forth, v j 
©9©|— 4. To compressj to squeeze to- 
gether (Apte) «l CISQ9'» 9S?9l3 «3I^9l— 
5. To agitatPi to disturb. 9 I €1«^I 9€t9i- 


1 


6. To compote; to reckon. (Apte). 
9 \ ^9lQa9IQ9t; GCII9tQS9|Q91-- 

7- To obscure; to eclipse^ 

Q»l9o— ^. («q^+9l©^yi^-l-S19-«o)— ^ \ ©?9i 

Sampi^ana Q^S; e'^I^O • 1 . Pressing; fiqueezing 
(jsl^o— aoi^d) together- J I oqj5»?l o^— 
2, Wringing out by pressing • I 

e^lefli al9I<9l9; aailsiQ— S^Oppressing^ 
oppression; harassment; torture, 
( «^lf9^ Q^l^-^q, q^T^il^l^— ^^ ) tf 1 esQA— 
4, Transmission; sending forth; direct- 
ing (Apte) f. I bjQ^l— 5. Compression. 
9 I <3^I€I^ — 6» Agitating?' stirring up; 
disturbing. (Apte) 9 I Q^J 6<?9i — 
7. Punishment; castigation? (Apte)- 

Q^l6>«q— 3. ^^ ( go^+8l9.aiS+95T. sQq)— ^ 1 
Samplrdanlya 3^9* 695*IQ esiaf— 

1, Fit to be sq leez^d or compressed, 
J 1 €Jgl90 e^9i;) GOlQi— 2. Deserving 
to be oppressed- v | ogga-— 

3 Punishable. 

Q^l^i— «. 9 (qq^+aleO— €5^1^^— 

SampI^a Torment (Apte). 

Samplrdita m^9^ — 1- Oppressed. 5 t 

( g^>«!!— 41 ) ®il©©; <5^^9i €$iQgQi— 

2. Squeezed; prasaed, m \ ©oi e^iQgtji— . 

3. Compreesed. 

Sampizdyamana t. I Qi^ltj qq\ gie^eii<]-— 
(^Sl©'*^*®* — ^1) ^' Being pressed or squeezed, 

2. Being oppressed or harassed^ 

QSI©— Q**. 9 («3^=<l99+ai di^=-9Q9|+gQ. ©) — 

Samplti 9^ G9999 <}9^ 819— 

Drinking together; a drinking bout; 

Gomp.otation. 

q^j— Q*''^ (?fl^+g&,fcii8=fii€i e99i+«y, a)— 

Samputa e I GQ^I; 910 68f — 1. A wooden 

[ ^'qj— ^asi^a ] case, > 1 €E9; (jQETifia qg 
GQjq — 2, A box with a lower part and 
a removable upper lid; a case with a 
cover; covered box, "* | a€^CI;9q8 — 3. 
Casket. »l GQISOljg^H Bundle; packet. 


9# 50(«|) 


^'f^ ) 


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5. A form of amatory embrace during 
coitioD. [Q^— <JaGQ g%'3 ^Q^ SIQfJ 
QogatQQ QQ €)0tlQQ9eaiQQ 69iQ Q^^ 
ggQ-^Q©fl®g I] 9 I (C$Q*)©)— ^QS©^ 
Q|gs©GQ<^^ ^ — 6. Barlaria Cristata. 
plant. 91 Q\9; G5ll^— 7. A cavity (Apte), 
^•. 9« ( +©^- a )— ?. I 9®«»; qq— 
1, Joiced together, > 1 <10©l«l^ ^Q 
aOlfifQ flyp^il — 3, Placed within two 
ttings of the same kind, w i c©]«9 
g«i(i% ge©*i© eeiQQ e^resi ^^ asQ ^oiqs 
Q^'© e^Wa^l ( OfllgSl^ )— 3. ( Puraaa ) 
Of which, every sloka is preceded and 
followed by the utterance of a parti- 
cular Jormula* 

Samput-aka(ka) ( GQft )~-Saniputa ( See ) 

( 9^^*i— aQi^a ) 
CI^^^OQ-9'- 9^. g? ( ^?^^^ ) — ^©i®a— With 
Samputa kara the hands folded; having the 
( g^* al3— a»*i%a ) palms folded. 

Samputa chandi 8lO©Q9l g^s^GS; ^S®i© G€l|©e) 
eG9* ^ SGQ GqI^S 9GS3 fl^ Ql S!a^l$ 

Q&iQs^ «Q ( aaiq seoiQ sa^i9<5 9^ § 

©Q ) 9IO QQS^I 0^1— Reciting every 
Sloka of the Obandi Parana by uttering 
a certain formula before and after 

every Sloka. 

^9r* «?«— ^'^ Q— €©1^9 fl^^ G©l«9 Q^qi Q0» «*l 

bamputajapa g^^Qg^ ©i©^ ^iq Q^f© ©Q ©9 

©Qgi— utterance of a certain mantra 

by prefixing and suffixins: it with a 

certain formula. [ Q — ©^JijaiQGQ fi^^© 

q$f^ ©Q 99 ©€JG© (S SHiq ©•>$ g^S ©'id© 

©g ©qe© i G©t^€ o3% Q% ©i ©Q© Qi 

6^1© 9iq S^JS ©Q ©$1 310 ©G«) Q<^ ctQQQ 
9<3— §^6©!9 I ] 

«i^f9— g*. ^^ ( gf»,+g.^^^i^=M9©i+©«T. © ) — 


^©1—1. Joined together as to form a 
hollow case. > | qs^© <$ ©G(;» GQI9^> 
^^1—2. Enclosed by an upper and a 

lower lid. 

a^jft^OH, <;?)— gi- ^^ ( «•. «ft J )— €i^€ ( G9«i ) — 

Sampunnafnya, ma) SampUrrina ( See ) [q-^- 

^i-r^fiiO— Qo,^ ( qa^+Q© ai^ q©. a©)— gq^©^ 0©i— 
Saraptijana (q$|.^l— HQlQa) Great adoration or 
< *a^©©, g^^"3iq, 95r©t— $^) worship 

' Sampurnna dI^+«^* ©)— 1 1 9€)9^^— 1. Filled 
( q«a^'— a©*|^a ) up. ^ i qqi^— ^. JFinishedj 
^g^^ — ^1 ) completed. •> ( QOaj99=— 

3. Aeoompltshed. v i aqg — 4.. Full; 
whole; all; entire, g». © (g^lo) t. | — gg- 
9Q^9^ qa — 1. (music) A melody or 
mod© oi music in which all the notes of 
the gamut are used, [q — Q^^Q^S^^;!^ 

dg©, QSjQQ^^ gct^ 919© <$ g99*©t% 
gagS^1<i g^j€©iQai<i I aai— OS ©g^. 

Qd—gcrlQQlGfllQS? ' J ^ ' «©^— 2. Ether 
^^^^C«1 { Apte ), G©, ^' ©ei cS ©^© ^« — 
«?^^«1^ £^^^^63— Wholly; quite; comple- 
tely 3 totally, entirely, 
g^J©qi-q% ^^ «iei ( g^^^QI €1©© ©©is^l ©^5)G© 
Sampurpnataya qgj g^^e^Q^a'i^ a^^qiSQ" 
©i^g»i €1© )— g^J^Ga ( GQ« ) 

Sampurnaartlpe ( See ) 
Satnpurnnatara aQe^— Full to the brink. 

g^j9i(^) -g- Q ( g^^€+qs©. ©i,^ )— ^ 1 m- 

bam^arnnataCtwa) a;g«>l— 1» Fullness; per- 
Jection. 3 I gflQ©!— 2. Completeness; 
entirety. ^ \ gflig — 3, Completion. 

^^ fl^l-g*. €»— t I 9j a«© a©£l— 1- Complete 
Samp^rnna mGrchchha fainting. ^ | q€i 

^^i P9 ©-961^9 ) ( ^^S®<® ^— ^' ^^^*^' 

Sampia«-nn,^rape 5 I gqg^9«©— 2. Completely. 


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3^,«)0«4 


fiamparntha €9IQ?1QI <I9I9«1— Name of the 
lltb day of the lunar fortnight which 
begins two Muhtlrttaa before sunrise* 

QIO— ©§|OQ I ] 
^ff ^ — 9*- ^ ( «I5I;+Q§ )—qcnQ^fl§— Completion; 

Sampartti ( q-ag — aoi^a ) 

Sampiukta ^ | g^^. g*«% q**«I^ — 1. Related. 

( Q'q^ — ^aQf^a ) ^ I <Q9 ^€9^ 9o© — 

( q?r©^— § ) 2. Mixed up with; blended- 

*» I g«g_D— 3. Connected^ joined, v | 

g^O— 4. Strung; sewn. ♦ i ©^C; e'dO — 

5. Affixed. ^ 1 Ct©©— 6. Set; inlaid 

( Apte )• 9 I %^'' ©€)?!©l —7. Touching. 

SampiuDa (©^SOiQ) — 1. Which has attain- 
ed completion. 5 I Q§ OgSiQ?!©*— 2. 

Filled up. 

Sampei deba To make over. 

SampeibS -a^Qi ^iqi QQQ^I— Causative of 
^-[^ ^rT«l ^STRT Sampiba. 

Sampesba — 1, Careful grinding; pulverisa- 

(•a^l^, g€$f§©-"^^) ^ e^lClS^I qS— 2. Very 

fine powder. 

Sauipor^a 1. Amusement; sport, y t afi^CTO 
^'^ ^g«F 2. Embrace, 

«e^ie9— GQ. ■^. s»^ — a9(a«i«eq; aQii^msQ;„9WSQ 

Samporde — Easily; as in sport. 

a€^i«*l— Q*. ^« ( ft?l^+G9t9t ) — 1 I aq9PQ^ 6Ql«1 
Sampoaja — 1. Sufficient for filling up a 

(q«>eai«*i— aQi^^) want. 5 1 a^Qiaiai ©^19 

(«GS-i€l« — ^) QIQ' QCaq — 2. Sufficient for one's 
livelihood. *» I G6ei^5 a^"«!Q GQW — 

3, Sufficient. v | 6SI9i6^©l« GQIQI— 

4. Fit to be supported; maintainable. 


Samprakshalana aietilQ^I— 1. Complete ab- 
(g^aiO — ao^iqa) lution; bathing^ 5 I Ql©© — 
(^^€1©©— Q^) 2. Inundation. 

gge«©i— ^.9-£|l' {qfl.+a+« aiSi+«§.?; t9i.e©)— 

SamprBnets ^ I «!«© — ^1. A ruler (Apte)^ J I 
(q*ae^©!— a©1^9) ^q^ia© — 2.A judge (Apte), 

ggoQ*©— a*. © ( qq^+s+©Q''yis+©|- a© )— 

"Sampratarddana ( ©^ ^^^^©leqig ) ^% — 
(9»gOQ©— a©1^a) A name of Bishau . 

^^9\99—^\ © ( aP^+a®l93 )^^ ' ©OIQ©l — 
Sampratapana 1. Heating (Apte J \ Gfllf ©I- 
(^•aoia©— a©M%9) Burning (Apte). • I Qgl9«? 
9»©!Q*aG")_. —3. Torturing; tormenting 

g»,©i9© 1 (Apte). TJi gQ©eQQ (©<ve©i€i)— 

4. Name of a hell. 

'Samprati ©(ae©19) — ^ i qQlfirj«6©l; ©^qi©; 
(9*3© fi^il© — aQtqa) aeem— 1. Now; at 
present, f I d^gif; <§ q9jSc© — 2. At 
the present moment, • | ©j^©©10 9^'^ — 
3. Lately, recently. 3°.© (©iq)— 1. 1 asiO- 
©41f^ Qaqa^l €11^1© ©%©•€] «l<^^ (Q<I,6©I€) 
— 1. Name of a J^na saint. ^ | asai©^ 

©€« e5i% %«!©«© ^© g« (9fl,e©i9) — 

2. Name of a grandson of Asoka. 

<^5©a^— ^•. © ( 3?'^+s©e€j )— ^ I 3^'*©^ «©— 

Sampratipatti !• Comprehension^ complete 
understanding^ 3 i (qq a a) <gQo: 
aeiq^ ©i§© aaqa g1©i© (q^ »ieri)— 
2- {Hindu law) Conle^aion^ admission 
t>f an accused person. •> 1 (§^ g d) 
gQ^ii-iaa <]©^qg ©©1©— 3. A statement of 
the defendant admitting plaintiff's 
claim. ^ I ^1©!©— 4* Consent^ acknowl- 
edgement. * I ©9 — 5. Agreement; 
contract,*5> I qi9©^— 6- CompanionBhip, 
co-operation. 9 I C^flg"©— 7. Presence- 
attendance, r I a^jfl^ — 8* Attack; as- 
sault. «s 1 q»tQ©— 9- Accomplishment; 
performance, to I ©SQI— 10. Occur- 


^^.QQIQQ 


( r33^ ) 


9^^Q!qiq 


rence (Apte). ^^ i aeaiq (^qSQISJ — 
11* Mutual agreement. 

Samprati padana Q©aiQO — 1. ProviDg be- 

(a^© 9I<?«>— W) yond doubt, ) | aoifj 

e«l«^ QgQ gQ!« — 2. Delivering oyer 

(Apte). •» I QlCli — ^3. Giving; granting; 

bestowal* (Apte) 

Sampratirodhaka ^Q — I. Obstacle, ? ! ^^*tQ^ 
QGa Q16I — 2. Complete obstruction 
(Apte . sn I Qiq?i«d— 3. Con&nement; 
imprisonment (Aote). g*. 0« — ^ I 3i<i?* 
ga«ig^^IdlQ< — l. Completely obstruc- 
ting. J I iai9l a^© OSQ— -2. Confining. 

Sampratishtha 1, Existence. ' I a?!**'^*^ S®^!"" 
(3^Q^0 — §^) 2. EBtablishment, 

Sampratisanohara ©ijj gai^ — A kind of 
tmiversal dissolution. [Q — <1 gOi^QQ 

Sampratiksha QS^OIffQ gaai— 1. Patient wait- 

fl^Sisdq^ ing. > I a€)| — 2. Expectation; 

g^Clfi*! S- ©^ hope (Apte). 

Sampratita G^IQaM — 1. Pnlly compre- 

hended; well understood, 5 \ e^«9 
^J'ai^efi) €iW€Qg^© — 2# Fully convinced 
(Apte), fin I gqilfsj— .3. Proved (Apte). 
V I ^l^J©— 4. Admitted (Apte). « I g^Q- 
5. Renowned (Apte); notorious, ^\ g^ ^ 
^G0 g «[[^0— 6. Fully ascertained, 
«fl'^Ql©-"3. Q ( ^q^+ga© )— «- I Qq«)Q^^;?— 1. In- 

Sampratiti timate or fuD knowledge, 

J I a©Hq^^ U9^2, Knowledge based 
on belief, «> | g^ ^^iq— 3. Full belief. 

*■ I g9^5 61*11© — 4f. Renown; celebrityj 

notoriety (Apte). 

Samprada fllQfifQ PQ^il, QQ^ «I«I9I— 1. Sect of 
'f^Sf^r Bnc^ anchorites- ?"l €«ll« (?Q«>1« 


^a*? *»! 4%3^^ *S9I 9«— 2. A company 
of choristers for singing hymns with 
music. m \ q^\q qqoiq g^ Ol^ 

^^^Wq— 3. Chanting of hymns along 

with music. 

Sampradata sj^; efll t.9)— BC^'m*!© 9^1 — 
(7£]<i^|»»! — aQMqg) Giving away; bestowing. 

Doner; giver; beatower. 

Sampradana qqa'tf'; g ^f 6*q 0^W 9Qg^Q 

(?0^Qio — aof^o) e^€^9 e^Qi aiq' qiq — 

1. Act of giving swayj bestowing; do- 
nation; a gift out and out. 5 | QQt^ 
WftllQIff^a QiT— 2. The act or cere- 
money of giving away a daughter in 
marriage to the bridegroojn. an | (g^q © 

Qio oqaw «© aa«H ©iq«— ^. (Sans- 

krit grammar ) The dative case, 
[9,— 'It'^^IQ g?^ 6«19 ©Q Q^ 9|SQ 

9S)9 ^-^Jj aai QQ\ ^l§tfl«S|^ GQIg Ql«> 
Qe^— <30rSQ Q\Q^(^ 9^ OIQ ©IQQ v^' 

? ^* (^— --J 

9Q9 69Q; 9^ GS^'OIGQ QIOIQ- ^<3^ GQGI 
O §<] 690I6Q sgQlO QIQO vqI PQ?) *$< 

€QGf;^ I <oiGQ 'sai9i%' g^^Qio giQg 69^ 

«lS> I q^^OSQ W^«IQ© (^ q^^Ql» glQQQ 
©^ %ii9 ; (S^aGQ < <gQ «|QOQ €>^ '^'^ 

(fcii9«?i), fl^io yi% (gfii«ai ©Q^i)^ 9 dift, 

€IE)dl$ SIQ3 gGi^ia SQGQ <A^<i?\<i? 91 Q9 

V I g^q QIQ-4. Excellent gift, « | 
Qiqisj Q«)^; ai^^i^j G^tfig Qg 9i« pqQKJ— 
q^Q^ 5. Donee. 

SampradSniya ^ I €9^^ eiQiet q^QIC» 9q- 


fl»Qtq 


( r5^w 


ggq:§; 


(g*SQ!«q — «Qtqa) l. (A thing) Fit to be given 
away or dedicated to be givea away. 

y I ( +g^_^9i» ^<^%) Giai^ ^^^ 

OlcaK— 2. (A person) To whom any 
thing is proposed to be given away. 
« I (+C'd S'Sli^) q^^QlQSl eaiQI— 3. Fit 
to be donated. 9*. Q QIO— A gi^ti 

donation (Apte) 

SampradiLya Q^ a, 8 aaq) — e. I qs^as^Q- 

(^•aQiiel— QQ'i^a) cia ^ae^a — 1. instruction 
(qiS^I^© — ^«) transmitted from a precep- 

tor to a disciple for generations; 
(Apte); traditions handed down from 
generation to generation of teachers. 

2. Traditional religious doctrines; a 
peculiar system o£ religious teaching- 
** I ^9|9 — 3. Sect; community. i; | 

QQ; €91^1— *• A company; band, a 
troupe. « f QQlCJQj *^€i — 5. Establish- 
ed eustom; usage (Apte), ^ t <0 Q\€t 

^©<ili 6Q90©©Q« 91 flifiti— 6. Subsect5 

sub caste, [q,— ©o^y^Qfialfles* CS^l? 
G?9^ €119, QisiQ©^, cflQ a^ QUI gS^Qiqe^ 

9<s^^ 1 aai— e«^9flieQ qqiejsi «<?^ 

g^Qli^GW 9€$9 I g|^'Ofll6»^C3IG§%l^^, 

eqqi9^ ©ta«Qj 919,00^ 6 alsj ap 

»reW B«r^T (e^fii)— Samprada (See) 

egoiq ^9.— ^- Qdi. q^" ( 9?»1 Q®^ )— <39g^(5ii^Q 
Sanopradaya bhukta a^t^® — Inrluded in a sect; 
(^^Qli^l — Clftiqa) being a member of a sect. 

Sampradhara^a(9») 4.3 )-^ I qgii^g oq^j, 

1. DisicrimiDati n> making disitinction 


between right and wrong; determining 
the propriety or otherwise of anything* 
^ I 9^9il9aiq€i; Q^9i ©^i^*-^- Moral 
judgment) ascertainment of one's duty, 
« I a^ylQ^j ©^q — 3. Ascertainment. 

Samprapada adisfl— Travelling; foammg: 

about. 

^^Qft— «. 9^ ( ^«^+g9<4 )— ^ I OISQ €$93®— 

Samprapauna 1. Arrived at ( Apte )• j I 

Qga — 2. Endowed with; possessed of 

( Apte X « 1 99^—3. Entered; fallen 

into ( Apte ). 

Samprabadana Conversation; dialogue (Apte). 

"j^©^9-«*. ^ ( 3fl+99<3f» )— ^ I QIjSIQ';! — 

Samprabarttana 1. Beginning, y j QlsaiGQ 

g^^Q^ > 9^efea«— 2* Undertaking. 

Samprabiushta(sh'ti) Complete ninfall (Apte)» 

a^^GQa— q-- « ( g9+g6^^a )— e^^ea gsQa^ q®q^ 

Samprabesa 969€l — Complete entrancej intro- 
[ 9^9% q^€QiO-©€n ] duction (Apte)* 

'j^QQi -q». Q^ ( Q^+SQQ ) — t i ©g aiQ gpiq «q 

Samprabhinna QiQ^Ql— 1- Split open; cleft 
( Apte ). > I Q^ ( (gigl ap )— 

2. (an animal) lo rut ( Apte)^ 

^^CllQ— i°* ^ ( 9S»^+ggi(qj )— eqi*^; g^^ (9^6®l«) — 

Sampramada [ q^^^ — ^^. ] Delusion, 

Sampramoda 6019 ) — Excessive joy; jubilee 

[9^^6flWa— ©e] { Apte ). 

Sampramoeha 1, Theft* ^ | ©qiq — 2. Destru- 
ction ( Apte ), m I eg) — 3. Loss (Apte). 
•^5 I ®!9eO«i— 4. Abstraction ( Apte ), 

Samprajukta ©5^. g ) — ^ 1 <i^^ CQIH Ss>i— 
1, Yoked together. j \ <aQ Q€<i>€IlGQ 
$©Sai&® ( aO )— 2, Invested for profit. 
* I QQiQ 9®gcrq — 3. Sexually united 
( Apte ). ^ » I 90'a*Qfii — *. Intent upon. 
♦ I (:Q^QQ€Q ) aqi,-^%iAddict&d to. 


«er€ia((6qO«' 


( r^j^ ) 


^m 


Sampra]o(yo)ga -|-qcj»,a)— i | ci«iGQGl; Qeqio— 
[ q^aSGKei^Oa q©M5?— a^iqg ] l. Application. 

^^09^ Q^eei©© (So ) ^ ^- ? I »^i^Q Q^ 

2, Investtnent of money. • I ^IQ^, 
^€ll©€l«5,^0!S0 aQ ©|<S« fci^l — S^Tantric 
or esDteric or meemeric rites employed 
to control the action of otber persons, 
^ I q<»^«lft; <J^© — 4. Magic5 the black 
art. » I QlGQaQI — 5. Corelation; mutual 
dependence. ^ i gcj,© — 6, Eelationship. 
9 I 9°eaia— 7. Connection. r I €97© 
QCrqj 9»g4^; ^S^S"; e5ei»— S. CobabilaUon; 
mutual sexual intercourse; sexual union. 
«! I <5|^it— 9- Lechery, ^o ! Q''6Q!a> 
^«Q— 10. [Unionj meeting ( Apte ). 
^t I yi^— 11. Coaoected series or 
order. R,9 I ©I^Q aa^JQ ( 02^1 — ^1^*'* 
«©lQ€i^, €5SI5Q ) Q QGS^ICi ( 0^^Q\^ )— 
12. Application of Tantric charms 
against persons. ^* I "JC? 8Qia^ i^Q]9^\ 

SQia ^l q^ef — 13. A connecting lick; 

fastener (Apte). 

Satnprajogi oe)*|+S)|' QQ^^ ^qi. ^9 )-l I 
( q^€JaiOT-i,l ) g^^6qiSQiqi~l. Investinej 
employing. y \ -^lO^^I^Q; «i^Q «€^qQ 
53ei^lCI©l<31— 2. Practising magic; conjur- 
in. * I ©iqp. Qaie«0-3' Amorous; 
wanton. v | Q$t^--4. A'iulterous; 
lecherous. e°. $— ^ I a* «8ICi9t ^i^— 

3. Investor. ^ i ^Q^&i€i9— 2. Magician; 
a conjurer. • | ^5^5 ^^9 — 3, A lecher; 
a libertine, v t asSsQ© Qaii^SQ QO^q 

«^©i£Otq ^"ig— 4. A catamite (Apte). 

Sampra]o(yo)jaka 61^ <5i! 691© dl^=69-Cl «Q. 

; Q^t— 1- Wanton; addicted to sexual 
iotercourse (Apte), ^ l q3;^e€l|€J QSIQ*' 
QH^— 2, Bringing about samprajoga. 
q». Q— e. t QQSii— 1. Broker; tout. -> I 


2. Bawd; panderer; procurer- •** i ^'6Q|Q" 
Qig Qn9*^3. a joiner; uniter (Apte). 

Sampra]o(yo)jaaa €©!© y ^s=63i€l ^igQQI+^O. 

g^^Gai(eqi)©a \ ao )— sqi^iq g^eaia 

gfl:^6St(eq')®" 3 Q^IQ^l— Bringing about 

Samprajoga, 

g^^Q!<5i— Q\ p ( ga^+g + g^^ bi^— Q^Q 6991 + 

Samprasada Q©, a ) — e I ^QftOl — I- Favour. 

( q^gs—©^ ) 9 I Q^ig-2. Trust. *» I ^SJ 5 

QQQ S^OI— 3. Slumber; sound slaep, "tf j 

^gQg_4,, ( Joga ) A trial lor bringins: 
about peace or contentment of mind, 

Samprasarana 1, Exteading. y I ©gtQ — 

(g^^qiQe—Q^) 2. E xtension- *» \ ( Vfl«Q^ ) 

Qj % ^t S, si»SQ sejissfl 9, ^, Q5 « aw 

G^QI^© — .3, (grammar) The substitution 
of the^letters Ja, Wa, Ra, La in the 
place ot the letters I, U, Ru, Lu. v y 

*~ 4. Complete spreading out. 

Samprasthita 1. Ready to start. > | g©. €9 

(?l$t,9'0,q^SIQ — ^) 91C|3S— 2. Goncj departed. 

gq^^lQ-^gV © ( gq^+99IQ )— ^ I g^^Q^09!Q; QS€19 

Samprahara a^lQ— I- Sound beating, 5 | 

q^f© 7 ^^^*f ^*^^ (ijQ<il)— 2.Slaughter, 

«^9R j^^ « I GiaQ ( €9^^ )— 3^ Going; 

motion. iJ I q^ ( OflQ .)-4. Fight^ 

battle- + I fll9 fl-^^Q; 9Sl9t— 

5. Mutual striking; a strife. 

^^^^jg— ^. Q (qq^+gOT)-Q9^i^5 99^9 (9«IS©I«) 

Samprabasa Redicuh. 

efli^iQO— 9U Q^ (8Q1)— g^l^ (SQa)— Samprapta. 

Samprapata (See) (^—051 QQSQf q«S>, q^! 

OGO iQg 1) 

Sampripta 1. Specially obtained; received, 
(q»,l9— Q) acquiredi attained. 9 I qqi«©> 

€ja£©— 2. Arrived. 


>•«? 


3#J© 


( r9^9 ) 


^HQ 


Q^l©— 3- 9^ (3?^+gl©)-^ I g^^ -1. Satisfied; 

Samprita content. 5 | a© ^^; B©*J^ qIq^^; — 

{g«g|© — aO*)^0) 2. Much pleased; gratified: 

[g?l^1e — Q] delighted; overjoyed, « i QQ^Q 

QQ Q^Q— 3, Mutually loving; on good 

terms "with each, other, 

Sarapreksbapa ^es^tQ^To— 1, Observaticn. 

2. Investigation; inquiry. 

Sampresha ^Q. a )— <. I ^QQ\Q^ §y — 
1. Rule. > I GSQ^ — 2- Sending away^ 
(Apte). *> I geQiQ GaQ« — 3. Sending 

of message, (Apte) 


Samprokshana 1. Thorough sprinkling. y I 

flQ,9l03^Q €»Q6^<S>0— 2. Consecration 

of tbe victim by sprinkling water 

over it by uttering some formulas. 

Sampiaba «. t gqiQ^ ®l^©j ®<?'»1; 0»Q a©a^ 
(g'^CQ — aQiQQ) 9©" — 1. Inandaticnj flood. 

2, Deluge. * ( q8S5i; g*6eiQ— 3. Rest- 
It s=nee8, tf 1 GJ^9©8 9e©3 ^Q3G» Qq'^ 
(9«l6«!Q) — 4. Showering On all sidee. 
♦ I W\^^ ^55%* — 5. Falling into ruin; 
destr action (Apte). 

Sampbala gfj, s) e I G5<a— 1. Cloud. 5 | eos 
(q'Q-IQ -SO'i^a) (G'^Paq^)— 2. Ram. 

Q^,^— g°. 961 ( gfl^=gflH?^+ffi^, ai^=-sg.^«» 

Samphulla e^QI + ^^l- ® ) — <t I QCT^a— 
( g'^e^—w^-'f^Q ) 1- Delighted, j \ Q<^%^; 
€>»^© — 2, Full blown; expanded. 

g€^^_qo. § (o:e%«ii9cei) — <^ 1 b%ioo5 Gq«8vg 

Sampheta ©Q©— 1. Angry discourse, y\ <jQ9fii 

««? «?*I5G'Q G€Jil6Qt— 2. Encounter 

between two'angry persons, (.^pte). 


gq,^ ( iii^)-g'.— ^ i aa gQ«>i— i. To go; to 

Samb (root) move, (Apte) 5 | qQ! QQ^!^ ^"39 
Ca*>0. gtQ-aQi^g) Q^QI— 2. To accumulate j 

to heap up; to coUaot. 

gq, — g". q ( g-ii. iii§=aflo cq^i+q^. «) — 

Samba ?: I <5Q eiQ 0^91- <^q ^9 ^9—1- Repea- 
(g**^ — a»«l^9) ted cultivation; ploughing 
twice. (Apte) 5 I 3©6«fl|99% ©ag® 
^Q^ €9*^1—2. Cultivating or plough- 
ing from the opposite side, * 1 ®^i> 
9^Qi^ QQ ©9^1 — 3. Ploughing of a field 
ior the second time, (Apte) v | ( + Qfi. 
a) ©s^4s. Water, 

Sambat K\ gciacj, «S— 1. Year. ^| g©l ^^qiQ^iQf 
(g9©_a»«i^g) g9§Q aO— 2, The era promul- 
gated by king Bikramaditya. [ <^ — 
^^©^Q x9 oe*' Q?'^ <1 «^ g^^O 69IQ 
«9ns I ai^'o gscr s?" ^e]«ii eaia qgq 
qq©^ aQQ ^a**! 9ea I 'a^'* «9 ©go 

gq,S^— ^» ©(gflj-9aQ)— 8/^« ^^q'^j ^iq «|3— 

Sambatsara A year^ a twelve month. 

Sambadana ^ I gaO— 1. Speaking. ->I^OIQ^— 
(^QQO— aoi^9) 2. Uttering. « | (+©5?. ao) 
3«IQ— 3, News; intelligenGe. i ggal- 
9Q3 — 4. Act of making similar; 

equalisation. 

g^€^g», em (gn^+**s^* 6!^=9i®»l+g^. ©) — 

Sambaddha <. | gq.Qq§ — 1. Having relation 

(g"^^— aOiOa) cr conaectionj related to. .9 I 

[gq^^^p] .J99^. 9QiQ gS® ««1 6'^lQgS'l — 

3, Well tied; boundj fastened together, 

* I g^qfi; sf ©© — 3* Associated; joined 
to; united with; connected with. [^ \ 
©^© (9IQ^)—4». Closed; shut, (Apte) 

♦ I esq— 5. Endowed with. (Apte) . 9 \ 


tH<^Q 


( ^y^9 ) 


g^fli g^«fl 


6. Connected in sense; grammatically 

cODiiected (Apte) 

Sambanaoa ®QSH-^9, 3<») — ^ I weQQSI — 

1^ Disoussiouj debating, ^ I 93l©Q^ — 

2. Subjugating; bringing under cODtrol, 

^ I Qe<4lQy 9iq qQ^a QQQI — 3* Fascina- 
ting; infatuating} charming. 

Sambandfaa 1. Relationship. [ Q — ^Q 

( g'90 Qs-iio — ao^qs ) o"§«* ??^CQ asffi 

(v) w^is «q.^ (aai— qs^e- qca ^Q'fS) 
^^^; <$Q qq ^QG- q&jes) qq,^) I 

9ig 9l9«> sa'^)] I 91 g^e — 2. Connection^ 
association. [ q — ><i gga*" Q©G0ialj 

SQia'Q 3Gi3lQ— 3, Connection or union 
oi' one thing with another, ( q — QSOQ 

V I fiQQ — 4. Union. « I g<aSQ— 

6, Combinatioo. $) I qclolcQI; Qag^QIJ 
CSiai©! — 6. Propriety; fitness. $1(4. 

7, Friendship; friendly connection. 
r 1 ^^«C»!-^8. Kinship, ( Q — 

9. Relationship of cause and effectt 
«-* I ( 9il©9^ ) e^l^sssjq^ ©1Q9 — 

10. [grammar] The genitive case; the 
6th caee, [ i;^— q^® gi6«g 9©IQQ; 
Geii — citiiQ 9€ff aeas^Ci g5i.<5?; sseaia*' 
^6cr a^aiGMQ gn^s^^ «»ei^ gecr «)9i^1ei 

11. Relationship by marriagej matri- 
monial alliance, t^ I gq$— 12. 
Aflfluencej prosperity, ^«> 19©— 


13. A relative (Apte) vv I <j^. <aGCll9— 

14. Kinsman ( Apte ). k» I Q9f? ^q 
9© «j 2ia»— 15. Establishment of rela* 
tionship by marriage. eQ. 9«l— ^ I ^fla 

1. Able; capable. -> I C^aqgj 9fllQl»— 

2. Proper right. <*> I g«iC — 3. Unitedj 
joined together; combined. 

Qq® Q€i9i— eQ- « — S9l^9 9*^5 9i ^«j qscT nm\ 

Sambaniha kariba <?€13 e9l«!9 Q**©^'^ 

9€39i — "^o ^orm matrimonial alliance 
with any person or family, 

gq,^ 90!(6Q)Q«l-eQ- 2— <cjQ 9*J9 9I "^Q M SfaJ^Q 

Sarabandha paka(k:e)iba €991^9 ^H® «a?9IQ 

'i^?:^^^«r[ sl^iT^ ^W'^ ^5J^r ggi^ 9Q9I— 

To propose a matrimonial alliance 

between 2 persons or 2 faiuilies. 

gq,® Q§l9!— €<?• 9- 6'$9I@9 ^51^9 g^|9 91 9319:^"^ 

Sambandha parjiba oa9|— The mooting of 

5p^C^? ^^ ^ i^Ri^ xT^ssfT a proposal for 

marriage relationship. 

gq,® Q!®Qi— S9, «^— 697^9 9"=i5) 91 <?9 ^sa* aa^i 

Sambandha bandhiba ^-qq G"5>9I©9 q?r^ 

^^^W ^ns^^i^gsn gioQ 9991 — 

To form a marriage relationship 

between one's family and another's. 

QH^eQ— €9- °a - 1 1 Qftft'eQ— 1 In relation toj 

Sam band bare in connection with , 

T^^m ^^^^ 9 I 99qeQ— 2. About; in 

(qa^S'— aQ^^a) respect of; in the matter 

o?; in regard tc» [ q^ — qq,<se9 91 

g9te*& €1Q9 9Q^ei qieQ"®* t C I 9i ^Si* 

ae| 1] 

gq^SQ Sgl ©Si9— GQ. 9. (9*1199^)— ^Q 9g 91 -JQ 

Sambandhare shashthi bibhakti 919 fl3US9 9l 

'mc^ ^ f^^ofe <39 919350' 391 9|€) 91 q^Q 

^i^?^ ^g'V f^¥i^ Q';^© ^e^ gaq 9^Q ^1 9«jaQ 

6991 9^ 9^9 — Genitive case based 

on relationship or connection. 

[^— 9€iQ 9ai— «aQ q5i.<»lq oai 1] 

Q?i«l 9^*1 — S<^- ^ — ^^'^l 3fl<3i (e9Sl) — 

Sambandha sambandhi Samada samadi (See) 


q?t,©V 


( o^r ) 


fl^iQ 6Q©•^ 


Sambandbl qq@ «)3^ — l. Having relatiou" 

"^1) 5 I 9fta — 2, Joined; asfooia- 

ted' «n I Q(9Q! (^iiq g^^q,^— 3. Related 

to, [q— «© q5i,^lGQ ^9® q<l 69iQ i 

4 Possessing good qualities. « IQa^^- 
5. Fit; befitting. ^ | gga — 6. Capable. 
^ I 3^€f1i^ — 7. Relating to; belonging to^ 
n C^^^L^ 9^^ — 8- Possessing many qua- 
lities (Apte). e I ©9!0^ (^qe*i9) — 
9, Learned, q-. q. g^=>_^ I q^<!|,— 1. 
Kinsman. > | $919 9^13 9iq 9$|-^^ ©*i§ — 

2. A marriage relation. m\ ^^ (^^IS^fQ) — 

3. A friend, gq, q. q»^_gqy-j. ^g^i 
(gq.«^l— ^1) g^Q i5>l M^IQ «iqQ— The father- 
t^^l ^H* in-law of one's off spring, [q — 

gCGiaQ ^qQ qc^qI a^q^ ©t<j g^ o"^!^ 

60© Q Q9\Q\Q l-*9^§o9. q^iQQ©, ^(iij^ Q 

[q,— WQIGQ a«iq^^gq,©V6Q|Q<ai<3 1] 

g^®«— g-. e—Gfl? gjglaoiQ qqiq qgciq-A phase 

Sambandhini of kindling of affection Or 

love. (Q— e^^ qq,@qi a^iQ^n, €?»|Q ©@ 

g\ ©^. g,l_g^^lQ ftlSiCF— Feminine of 

Sambandbl 
aq.®1q— ^. ©_^ ( «5l®+fi^^ ) g^^qg. gagq- 
Sambandhiya Related to- relating to; pertain- 
ing to* 

aq.Q— 3, « (g^l^ ^i%-^c]qfii©q©i+ 9^, ag; ^p^, gq 

Sambara +^ 6|^ = »i9€iei QQ9| + «^ a)- 

(?9Q Q©MQ-OS).^0) e I ©fl-1. Water. 

^1 aqio--2. Mountain, * | a^g^ga^g;, 
©Ifl— 3. The name of a mountain, v \ 
eg^-4*. Bridge; dam. 9 \ Q^^. 

Qft^ieaQ (eawj— 5. Name of a Buddhist 
religious observance, ^1 ^ -|-^9 g ) 
«Qfl (^©i§S«Q)-~6. Self control-, self- 
restraint. 9 I QQ^i^QqQ— 7. Control- 
ling of the sense-organs. r 1 g5i,Q^— 
8. Controlling, f* \ qia©— 9* Checking. 
^o| q9^Q ^<j, (e<5©)— 10. Sambara hrada 
(See) tei g^Q ^a'' (€9*1)— ll. Sambara 


matsya (^es) ^^ \ giaQ e (€Q«i)— 

12, Sambara. (See) v*» I O^Q ?.*» (GQa)— 

13. Sambara X3 (See). eQ- ©. ^^Q <5>€lfll 
( SQCI )— Sambara dasamJ (See) 

Sambarana ei a^Q^ — 1- Covering, «i (^«JQ9| 
eeQia??5 eai9Q — 2,Conoealing^ «i»| qs© — 
3. Checking* repression, suppressing. 
^ I ^^\Q'^\'y g'iag.a— 4. Controlling; 
restraining. * | QQg]— 5, Selecting. 9 | 
OS5fl|QMO-"6. The act of selecting - ne^s 
husband by presenting him with a 
garland. 5^1 QG^^g'^q— 7. Controlling of j 

the passions. ^ I G5J^<?a1q ©€*?© ^9^ j 

S. Name of a king of the Luna,.. \ 
dynasty. [<ui;—< S^IQQCiiQ ijig gq^i© ' 

eaei^^Q^i? WQQ19 goii^"5i e^^i^ ^f^ 

€iQg( ©§Q gigg §cisi© qpiQ ©^99^ 
gq^ess » ] ; 

Sambarapa kariba To restrain; to check, 

j 
3q,Q Q€l«l— SQ. ^ (e. €1151 Q^icil)— safe qo Q€i9l6Q 
Sambara dasami a^J^O ^Q^^lQQr ^© ^£99;. 

3^^5tr*r^ ai«a g9^)-^A Hindu festival of 
^IT^^^:^ worshipping the Sun-god on the 10th 
day of the bright lunar fortnight of the 
month ot Pansba, observed by all class- 
es o£ people. [5 — <\q ^Q q^^^ gigsg«, 

s^iG-Jis a oGs^9q:3^s8 i" eo« sg^ ^qs^^ 

giOGQ, qaflSSQ 6 q^fJGQ fldi GQ^QQ a©^ 
Sambara daitya Sambara 13 ( See ) 


^q.Q flat 


( o^« ) 


m 


fll^Q 0^*1— a».0— ^?§lq qiqO^Q ^la** ©€€13) SigcilQt 

Sambara mateya — ^A species oi big sea fisb; 

gangetic porpoise ? 

Sambara miuga Sambara 1 ( See ) 

g^Q giuri— c-gi. 9— q^ *" ( eQsi ) 

Sambara singha Ghanti 3 ( See ) 

Sambara ripu Cupid (Apte). 

Sambara brada ^£€19 — i^be Sambara lake in 

Rajputana (from the water of which 

salt is extracted by evaporation)^ (S^ — 

Qbisiei- q-^iei^i i) [ c— <]§ 9qq q«(j 

©q9i<] 1 ] 

Sarcbarari A name of the Cupid. 

Sambarasura Sambara 13 ( See ) 

€3q,€J— 69, ^« (e- ^1^^ )— g5\-S^ gq^^li^— Relating 
Sambari to sambara, (€^ — fiqQ ©fl^ a«lQ*^*l) 

Q^Q ©fl(0ft@I) — S9. Q— g^lQ qoQ ©5?— The hide 
Sambari cbama(chamarga) or skin of the 

>i^{^ 5151^1 ^T^^^T ^JT^T Sambara deer. 

€iq,€!0— ^- ^€ ( 99 + K©^ 9 ai^ gi qq fcii%+*g. ® 
Sambarita — ^ i £|q©—1. Covered over. ^ |) 
(^351.^^ — O) eai9©^2.. Concealed. •»" i Q^© — 

3. Controlled; reBtrained; checked. 15 | 

QQO — i. Selected- 

Sambari lana €i|<ft fii9^— Salt extracted 

'^^fil ^ from the water of the S ambara lake. 

Ciq^iQl— €9. -^ ( 9Q«f ) ( e. g^iQ^ )— ^^Q9!j GCI19© 
Sambariba gQ?ii — To conceal. [ q — aC9 
>i^^«l ^1 GS^aift ! ^^IQ ^cjQ Q^fil g|§ gq,Q — 
^^flT qaioia qissi i j 

Sambari ^ | <$<^<Si'^] Qlfl© ^aa©9i— 1. Croton 
{«15\'?3— aai^a) seeds, j I €)©|q>a {€iQ9$>^gi)~ 


2. Asparagcs Racemostis. « I ^.9^ga§1;. 
aift^^il (aciQ)— 3. Ipomoea Renuifor- 

mis ( weed ). 

Q^Sl — ?. ( 39 + ^9^ fcJI5^-6^P!+^.~). S')— II 

Sambartta Qi^\<^ ?l^igftq^l. The universal 

(g*^!} Q9*i|p— aj^'-'IQg) Deluge at the end of a 

Kajpa or age. > | ( +Q^, a ) «?^ 

2.The name of one of the four classes- 
of clouds, which rains much. *> i goc^ 
©Ifiwla ?^ Sqg§ <!»©q — 3, Name of a 
kind of cloud raiain? during the Disso- 
lution of the universe, IS I q&9Ca« — 
4. Name of a sage. [ 5— •<! Cl<s?9" acfQ«?r 

oe«9 asqi^o «sq ©q^sq i ] « i oe''^ 

ff^ Qa-5. Name of a iruic-bearing tree.. 

9 I ( -f^?. a ) ( es>1^9 ) 219%^ $^91 — 

6. Turning towards Apt e 5> Ji ( + 

9i). « ) GflQ— 7. A cloud ( Apte ). r i 

q/— a year ( k-}te ). « | (+aa.'a) 

3Q9 — 9- CollectiOE; multitude. 

gq^g^Q— g-. 9 ( qg^+g}©^ q^^m^ ©I ©^ yi^+^S^J. 

Sambarttaka 35 )— «. I ©aS99«r «13^»— 

1. The plough of Bajadeba. } { (+©^. 

a© ) Vffli69gi ^?^5 <?9 ^9—2. The 
elder brother of Srikrashna, * j ( -[- 
©|[. 5Q ) Q99IOO — 3. The oceanic fire; 
the submarine fire. v | Gqa^Sfl^ — 

4, A kind of cloud, * i CHigiQiftlo acT — 

5, The fire of destruction at the end 

of a Kalpa 

Sambarttaki qq.Q© Qifl© QCTfijaigl ©QeQ*?— 

An epithet of Bajadeba who held a 
plough named Sambarttaka.. 

siq^-e- 9 ( 3^^+^*^ ^^^ai^ ©19^ ai%+9|. 
Sambartti Q )— V I Qcq e9aQ q^flaa Qa— 
(q?l.f 9J-*aQ1^9) 1. The lotus petal nearthe^ 


^onr 


Q5i^^0 


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gafi^w 


^laments* ^ | a<c>iQQ 99 39— 2. The 
new petals of lotus. « f q^^ qsiqaIq 
9^'©| — 3. Wick oi a lamp. 

^iq,*^*— ?• ©^. Of ( «5j^+qii y!^=-«i9 ©i+«f . a©) 

Sambarddbaka — « | QfliQ qSgiQO^l. Aag- 

(Q"Q«*0 QO'flO— ag^i^a) menting. 9 \ q^t^QI- 

( gq,^Qi— ^1 ) ©iQo; qgioQicio^ a'S^^abiQi'ai — 2. 

Weloomine; paying boirage; honouring. 

Sambarddhana(na) C0l4-^9- «C5+^1, n ) — 
V I gfl^^ 9^ ©q09J5 ff9IQOI— 1. Aug- 
menting^ enhancing; augmentation. 
y i S?,IQ«»; ^^1© 6Q0IQQI— 2. Act o£ 
paying respects; or doing homage, •» | 
a^<iel'ci — 3- Welcoming. « | ( efl+^fci 

4. Increase- » i ( +C(S« ao ) gq$; 

35I(SJ— 5. Prosptrity. g, q«, q» ( -J-gg 

ag) — a5\^'«> ( 6Qa ) — Sambarddbaka 

( See ) 

Sambarddhita Qa*ip 9<^ gl9o — 1. Augmentedj 

enhanced. y \ q9,|©©_2. Honoured. 

*> I aS''3© — 3- Weloomed. 

Sambarddhita kesa VQI QIQ^OI eQS; GQ^T 

eii^ — Hairs suffered to grow very long. 

( g^4-« SMi — ^1, ^€i ) tf, o«. g' ( 9'5<^® )— 

GQ^ ^f'l^ §aQ V G^iO G»i Gceoia© @iQai<ii 

^Gi^l^ CQ aesiQ G9€i(2 99iQai< — 

( a person ) Who has caused his hairs 

to grow very long. 

Sambarddhita bega Augmented velocity. 
{ qq.C© GQ€!1— ^V ^« ) as ^Q^. ^o (9§^§)— 

Havitjg one's velocity enhanced. 

^%Si9i )©—««. 9« ( qq+g?o )— G5S9IW3 gag 
Sambarmi(rmmi)ta GQ9SQ ^1^ 9flW9|— 
(q'QS'O— 21??<iqa) Completely clad in armour. 


Sambalr t i aieeii^; <?i» SQO-^l- Travelling. 

■ g'QO £©*fIO J expenses. / i ©ISGQ 

2. Provisions for a journey, [ q — qqq 

CIO q51,0 QQ— Q®^ G"$GQ'3€l©®i3 I ] . * I 
Q901; Q90dlc:G<irQli^; 9«giQ — 3. Meaus 
of sub8isteDce3 resourcesj livelihood, 
IS I iQ— 4. Riches- * I 9|iq; 9«i9gfi^lQGl 
PO^O— 5. Capital of a trade, ^ 1 q§-— 
6. Hoard, 9 I ( +9^. a ) q«— 

7. Water. 

Sambalapura QQ^QOifl— Name of a western 

'WT*!?! ^i^^rj?: District and town of Orissa; 

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QH^g.Q«il3l— 3. Resident of Sambalpur. . 

Satnbalapuriani Feminine of 'Sambalapuri' or 
'i^^f^^il *Saniba)apuria\ SQ, 9 — ^nS^^Q 
^xq^^^ a^^l^^a ^1— A female of Sambal- 
pur. 

SambalapuriS poka Cockroach. 

Sambalapuri bhasba The Oriya language of 
Sambalpur, [o— gs^fii^gi qaiSQ ^tflgsi- 

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•^%Q qi©— 9\ otfi. ('i^i Q©)— ?. I ©who; 3"aiw 

Sambala hina 99*^1. Resouroeless^ having 
no capital; without capital. 3\ fclQ^Q— 

2. Poor. 


e^Ql (qqiiq)— SQ. 9 (4 *^— qqfti qqs'q (gqs) 
Sambala (etc) Sambliala etc. (See) 

^^»l(fij)— 9IGQ (g?lS»lQ) ©— g^i^a^ §91® 'J — 
Sambala(la) Caterpillar; woo^y bear. 

^HQ(GQ)€i— GQ. ^ (Qiq)— g5iftg[QQ m%\9^ gq^ — 

Sambala(le)i The Goidess presiding over 
*1^*ll*r e^^snl Sambalpur. 

9^Q(GQ)^ €141— gq. ©— qflqsi Q^ (gq$i) 

Sambala(le)r ganda Samalai ganda. (See) 

Sambalita 1. Joined to; associated with. 5 | 
(r*?©® — sj»i^a) 9ftQl9® —2, Strengthened. 
« I ^GQt©© — ^. Conjoined to, vj gg®— 
4. Along with. ♦ | €^^a — 5, Sur- 
rounded by. ^ I ©^a — 6, Founded; 
powdered; reduced to powder* 9 | geCT 
Sl^lj ^9- e^lQ?i^l — 7. Accompanied 
with; provided with; comprising of, 
r I ( aq9Gl ) a^^% —3. Included in. 

Sambasatha aa)— 1. Residence; habitation* 

(qo?iga— aoH^a) 5 I Qasj gifl— 3. Village, • 1 

9^1 —3. Hamlet. 

9^9^^**^ ('aa^=qw+'?9. aiG^=^90 9Q91 + 
Sambaha QS>. a) — t I Qq^9^*^«>— !• Carry- 
(fl'^9 — a»f^a) iag; wafting. > j (+©^. a) 
^li^^GfiQj GSQQI^ « GCII? 9i^5<lQ®51 — 
2. Name of one of the 5 winds, which 
wafts or carries the clouds to and fro. 
[O — GSQ Q!J^ Gfl53qiflt;?^ QS»3©8 9»S^»S> 
9GQ 6 «QI€1GQ €)^1<dlQ¥ Q3i 0^ OI<$lQ 

ciq,SOi— ^•. ^ (g§*9'»o) ( 991,9-1-®+ a )— fl^GPlSQ; 

Sambahika QCTQi — The tbrony fruit of an 
aquatic creeper; Trapa Bicomus. 
€iqi(G^QOI— GQ.^^~q^lQ?l (GQSl) 

Samba(mb3)ib5 sambhsiba (See) 

Sambakxuta (Land) Ploughed for the ^nd 

(^019© — «Qs^a) time. «. ^— (JO 69 


q^lQ 


( r9m^ ) 


gq.lQ 0^(Q?Qf)' 


GICJ^VI e«l©— A field which has been 

ploughed twice. 

Sambada « I «9Ci> 9!^*; ggiqQ— 

( aQI*!? QQmIQ — aoi^a ) l- News; tidings; 

intelligencej report. f I eQ9 ^6® 
g^QO gfli^Q — 2 Reporter news spread 
from mouth to mouth. « | ^^^ — 
3, Information! detailed account. 
V I fli(j€i«»— 4. Besemblance^ similarity. 
^ I Q^l«j ^qies); eeeiia^a© — 5. Conver- 
sation} discourse. ^ | <^Q9ei^ flSACQ 
^aiqSi—^. Dialogue. 9 I q^^^Sl ©€® 
'g^Ci ©«Q° QSffllaQaO— T. A dialogue 
between two persons aa reported in the 
mytbology. (g^ — fl§» e91Q€fii 36^ ^S 

^1 QQ^ — g. A mythological episode, 

Gol^Q QSi^Q qqiOjQj 9^IQ— Iniormation 

regarding the contents of any public 

record. 

Sambada darakhasa(sta) G«1^9 QSi^Q q^lQ 9>Q?I 
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Application for getting any informa- 
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A correspondent of any newspaper. 

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Sitnbaia ba-hikS nard!(r^I) GQg^* QlfiPIIQ 

(Psychology) Sensory nerves; the 
nerves which carry messages of the 
outside 'world to brain centre, 

Sambadl ?. | a((;;i®|g_l. Singing. > | ejOIQei- 

{?!^l<?^— 11) g|<3); ©aQQig— 2, Speakingj'utter- 

ing, «> I o^^a q^lS^i^ig— 3. Speaking 

similarly, v i ^«f; <j©qc— 4. Similatf 

a. ^— ( 90l© ) ©IQsgQQ 99C1|5*1 %Q. — 

A tune accompanying a principal^ tune; 

paraphonia, 

Sambadha gg^4-Qiy|-(-a )_?. | gq<jS^Q|y|^ 

{^^:d Q©mQ — aai^c) ^SSIQ QO^— l, Impedi- 
ment; serious obstacle, ^ i gjsi; ©0©l^ 

2, Crowd. «n i qq; Geisqife' ( G9QG1 ) — 

3. The female orgaia; the vulva. »i ^gj 
(G?^€?'n!) — 4. Critical condition; a narrow 
pass. *l Qi^ (ape^lQftl) — 5, Fear; dread, 
91 Q^i^aQ — 6, Great danger; difficulty, 
9 I TOq''— .7- Collision, r I OSgQ 91Q 
( ^iQSjtgii^al )— 8. The door leading to 
bell, c i €^9^^ flif 2J^9l — 9. Pressing on 
( Apte ). (l» I aQl© ^QQI— 
10, Striking', hurting ( Apte ). «. ^^ 

1. Narrow. 3 \ ©0®19^ — 2, Crowded, 

Blocked up ( Apte . ■*! g^QQ^ 9\^ a^?l9i — 
^«[ 4i. Pressing. ^Q. e^— aj; Q'$«— Full 

i|4 ofj replete with, [ €J— 63 q^ C)§Q e©| 

9a ^yi I 9^la ^HifcJQ Q9 ^di— gio). cjq- 

Sambadhana 6QS>i — 1. Obstructing, ^ I ( -|- 
^|. a ) qQO 'yilQ) 6ai«* <^\^ ( 6QQ!31 ) — 

2. Vaginal orifioci the vulva. •» \ q|q, 
dIO ( CflQ^ )— 3. Door-keeper, w | eiQig 
(GflW)— 4. The point of a pin or 


^5^|Q' 


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spit. * ! ( +QQ. aQ ) Q\i aO QQ 

Q^^l — 5. Blocking up (A.pte). ^ | ©9q| 
6. CompressiDg (^pte). 9 I ( -|-gQgj. 
ao ) mt9 — 7, Gate ( Apte ). r I 9I9j 

8. Bairier ( Apte ); feooin?. 
'€iqiQ— 91' ^ ( e. eSNOIQ ^— SSia^lQ — Monday. 
SambSra (?Tt^^^ ^H^TTt 

•qqi^ai— 6Q. Q^— ^ ! Gai?lQISjGQQ?©l— 1, Happen- 
^anabSria ing on cr relating to monday. 
u>it^^f?Rrr [ €$— qaisja m, <^^\qn q^^ I ] J \ 

^^tR^K^r ( q* ) SgiflQIQ «?» ©^J,S'5>^ QQg^l — 

l'^l^-%!) 2, ( a male ) Born on moaday. v| 

(m^ ) egiS^IQ 5© Qlftg^l— 3. (masculine) 

Observing fast on moaday. G<».e. ^» 

^'^Tflrarrftm 9=1^^ Qa3«)| OIP — l. A name given 
to a person born on a Monday. y | 
GgWIQ Qff 9Q9*i 91 ©a 9Q^«>I ^•^^ — 
2. A person who observes fast on 

IVI onday. 

Sambala Sambhaja ( See ) 

■€iQ.is)(9)a— eQ* Q — qrfQift eaiQ— 

Sambali(lu)a Caterpillar^ the wooly bear. 

Sambaiiba Sambhaliba ( Sae ) 

Sambasa 1. Residence- abode^ 5 1 ( ^^9. a ) 
.(q°©Ig— ai?iqa) a^g© — 2. Residence; living; 
staying, m I ( +ay. a ) a^i^o p^iq 
Qig^S.A park; an open space for recrea- 
tion, -o I Q^- gfl|9— 4, Assembly^ 

meeting; association. 

^€iqi@-g*»«(qflj"99^fci!^ lf©=:Qi§ tii^+g®. a)— 

Sambaba ^ I scr fl«> Q; aft*ISi €Q9 9I«? 

Q@9I <^l Q^QI— 1. Sbampooingi squeez- 
ing and rubbing of another person's 
limbs. J I ^qQ ^9ff-_2. Carrying or 
conveying of a load. 


Sabahaka o|;. a© )— t. I QIW; ©900N — 
(g^l§OI— ^1) 1. Conveying- carrying. 5 I «cr 

Q«l €'^1©I QSSi — 2. Shampooing, «i | 

( ©991^0 ) ( 5ia^€iQ aeqia ) 13191 <e 

$<j — 3. ( physics ) Conveying or condu- 
cting heat or electricity from one body 
to another. q». ©. Sf — ^ | eQI^QQI Q®«1 
— 1. A servant who shampoos the mas- 
ter's legs etc. ^ j ( ©0O^Q. ) QOief^ 

2. Conductor of beat or electricity 

gqi@9— «. 9 ( g\4-99. ai^, ^<?+g^ a» ) — 

Sambabana e i g5|,!9 (eQ«l) — 1. SambSha (SeeJ 

gqJ^^ aQiefs 919 «»H QQia^Qi^Q c9qi — 

2. (physics) Convection of heat by water 

or air, 

gqi?©— 9". ©^ (gg+Q!^©)— t \ a^o— 1. 8ham- 

Sambahita p^oed. •?{ 9i@©— 2. Conveyed^ 

conveeted, 

Qq"a(g) — 3.Q (ga^+POo ^11^=01® g99I+©|.©) — 

Sambigdha(gna) ?: | qS; ^5 — 1. Terrified, 5 ( 
QQ®Q — 2. Anxious; concerned; agitated. 

gq©(c)— ?, © (^q^+©Q^- ai^=Qllf9H-^9. ©^a^; 

S^mbit(d) <.qi-^^)— t t ^»j ^5$— 1, Under- 

( 5T^©r9] ©S'*!^— a^-^^a) standingj intelleotj 

wisdom; knowledge^ perception, ^ j 

aaog — 2. Acquaintance, m \ gg^ — 

3. Promise; vow. tf i ©^Q 9i«S — 

4. Condition of an agraetnen^ » | ©i^a- 
^4«5> Rule; regulation. ^ | gi^©©^ 
9^ — 6. Law of nature. P I arf-Q^— 7, A 
religious observance, ^r 1 as^Q^S. Con- 
duct; praottce; usage. Q I 1^^ QOeQ ©glQ 
cj© — ^9. A battle-cry; war-cry. f ( 
re©a— 10. Sign; sigoaU t?. I qi°C9®9 
0Q5 OIQ — ll. A >atch-word5 cypher. 
t> I gqi^— 12. Burial^ deep contempla- 
tion^ mental abstraction. v« I Qq|9^ — 
13. Discourse; conversation . eir ! 


fl«\^ 


( «->«^ ) 


^^^ 


qQq\e — 14. Satisfaction; . contentment. 
!♦ ! (+g* © 9) €WI qQ— 15. A plant; 
Crotolaria Juncea* t^ 1 q^— 16. War? 
fight/ ^«) I »t?l— 17. Kan3e. tr \ €!l|!Q 
Qd — 18. The Indian intoxicatiag hemp 
plants Cannabis Indica. ^^tf I QCf— 19. 
An intoxicating drink made from 

Ganja, 

Sambitti 1. Experience. ^ I e©©OI— 2. Per- 
ception; •» I <jS — 3» Intelligence, v | 
9 9> g ©—4. Recollection. « ! (3GOI9«») 
QC^^Ji^Q^y ^Wgaa gQ— 5. (PsTcboIogy) 
Sensation. [<^— <3SH qeoieQOQ QIQ^So 
€IQ I Q«q©e€i <^I% €ge<^flft (Sensation) 
OT^i I «*9^ «»!^*» «§Q ^£JI 6 flicq g©€i^' 

aeqaiGc <©© aie* ©i^ €3, goi?o «^q% 
aQiej wi9io.«^ ^9 9Qia g©q g©^ q.«GQ 
^Q, z6\<s^^ «i9lQ '^8'j '©«% aqqigi g^Q 

$as$ 91 6«6®, ©191 GQGQ -JQSQ S^i ©, 
9|Gi 3§^ ?l!@ «ff^O '^O) 9^©*^ gJ^IQiGQ 

fi95-gC^, ^s^qCs^, cia-eH*^ 6 gi9- 
QIGBS; QGi— QQiasi \q' '9^'-' Qfife-g'©^ 

9©«J GQ«Q— 
aaJIQQ gfl ©ao^^'g Q^5 <0^' <3j 

a-q^Qi— Q^ © (gq^+^Q; ar^+go. a+a)— q^o^ 

Sambida (SQa) Sambit. (See) 

Sambida man jari OSI CldQ Pft^ &l 9sqi— The 

(sQ'i Q*q «) Ql«— €^gjj 9|Q«», '^Q^^l) spike of the 

flowers of tbe Indian hemp; Cannabis 


Sativa, [o— -o^i qiQ;?, aQ"<39©, 9G€iV 
§IQ©, 965*1, OIGfllola©^ «>5I91«59, Waio©,. 
69QOI <S ' «6QQQI€I» I <IVI QI91iqifl, 
a^gqia, ^?©PI, fl(3»10'»q, €lo, afl9^, 
sagqiQij a©a.9®-Q^GStlfffl 6 «j©qQ^ 

0"€tOd€>€) QQIQ9 GQQGQ QSQI^ | 09|^ 
eo^ CQQ ©If «Q, 69^ S©§ ©sj' fi^aiq. 
©Qq ^ig ii^ 6 q|f GQ§ GQlQgGQ ?rgllQ 

«iia^ I Q®!Qq§'3!Q aoi% ^©Qg' gqi^qi <i iJ 
qq~09— q". w ( gq^H-^^© )— ?. I aQQia — 

Sambidita 1. Known, ^ i g^Qft® — 2, Promi- 
sed, «> I SQ©©. €$^g^6a 9^r^^| — 
3. Well acquainted; well-kaown. 

Si-mbidbyatikrama Infringement or breach of 
(.3^QQ«i©«q— afll^^) promise5 violation of 

promise. 

gq'dl— q». © (ga^+Q+y!. yi^=yiQ« qq^i+qq^. 

Sambidha a^-a)— ^ I aa*»S|Q— 1. Ornament. 

(3»9ai, qC2*I<>— aWf^a) ^ / 9I»g«i— 2, Dressy 
fittings, m I Qoof; qg;] — 3, Arrange- 
ment; orderly arrangement of parts- 
toileti decoration, o | g«g^Q^ OfeOI— 
4, Event; affair.* i aGi^t©Q— 6. Prepa- 
ration. 9 I G'fe^l— 6. Yarietyo •?! G^QIQ 
31391—7, Articles nsed in service. 
r I GQf — 8. Articles presented as a 

token of refepect. 

Sambibbakta Divided; separated, 

Sambishta ^9 — 1 ■ Asleep^ sleeping, 

(geq — aOi^Q) 5 I 99^ — 2. Engaged in; 

(ge?i€l— ©) devoted to- 

Sambikahana 1. Observation, ? 1 aGi^Q^ — 
( e'qja^l— aOfqa ) 2. Searching^ enquiry; 

( gsOfiS*— 96) ) • i *M>€<?; GQ?5— 3. Se ingj 

interview, 

Simbita t I a^O;a9l9® — 1. Covered. 

(3^0 -aQiqa) ^ I sal's®— ^-'Concealed;. 


«^^ 


( r9^9 ) 


ge^ia- 


hidden. " I %^ — 3. Coofiaed; bound. 

q^QQ'— 4. United; joined together. A \ 
<iQ€l30 — 5. Collected. 

tiambtaddha €^Q5j®; 91QQO — 1. Awakened, 

Qfg — 2. SenticDtj cocscious. • I 

gfl1«^ Sfll— 3. Very ^wiee, e, ^ — 
Mi^SIQ— "The incamatiGn of Bishnu as 

the Buddba. 

««|^-"ff, © ( «9^+^6^ a!%=©|il«I + ^^. © )— 
Sambuddhi ^ ] ej§l»; gs^iaQ — 1. Calling; 
addressing. 9 I ClQQ^ — 2. Awaken- 
ing. ** I aCQi^— 3. In-vitation. "* I Qfl'b- 
4-, Seeing; sight. « I (QtlQQ^) 'aGQlil'?- 
5. (granimar) Vocative case. ^ I g^^ 
^Q— 6. Perfect-, knowledge. 9 (Q1ie««) 
9€^ia«Q <©Q0O— T,( Gramn^ar ) The 

singular number of the vocative 

case. 

Sambiuta Concealed. 

Sambxuti ^ \ 6Qi3ff — 1- Cciicealment. 5 | 

( Q'9©— a»H^g ) eiilQfl— 2. Coverinj. 

^ I ( +»€!«.© ) eQi-9^1— 3. A cover; 

a lid. 

Sambxutta t ! ^%% S^iS"© — 1. Accomplish- 
(39^ Q®*1IP — «01%9) ed; finished. 5 I ©|5- 

2- Born. » 1 ^di?© — 3, Hidden. <2. ^ 

'^Q^€Q9 — The Indian Neptune^ the 

Sea god, 
Qq^— e. 9 (^51^+^^) — ^ ( GSlia^— 1, Conceal- 
Samb-rutti ment, » i ©|5j -*2. Comple- 

tion; settlement. *> I 9^ — 3. Accompli- 
shment; success, 

ft 

Satnb|tthana Co'nservation or accumulation 

of strength, 

dGqci-a*. 9 ( q?i^+©5i, (^i^=»<saa e^j^i+g?. a; 

Sambega gfl^+69€l) — V I Q%— 1. Fear. 

(ft5\€l^— ^tf) 2, Fright; ba?te dus fcu iear. 


* I a© G'^St — 3. Violent force; fury, 
v I aSVCI; Qq»^S9a^4. Anxiety. 

QG^QQ— g*. ©— a©f<^ o^«> (q§^©) — 

Sarobejana Shiver; violent trembling. 

QG^Q— g**. © ( 9?)^+QQ fcj!Si^=©llt«|-h9!^ a )— 

Sambsda ?. i a^Q^ — !• Experience- cogni' 

(g'S^Q q^^fio— ao^qs) sance, 9 i a» — 

2, Knowledge; comprehension; perception* 

«i j GQia— 3, Understanding a- 

SambedaDa(na) +ai ?. | a^S^WS^S* ^'^ — 

1. Experimental knowledge; experience, 
^ I affqift — 2, SupposttioDj guess; in- 
ference, * I ( +OQtf. «o )— e^^Qi 

Sambedya 1 | e@q— 1. Cognuabb, ^t a^9- 

( ^G^Qinli^ — B«»f^g ) GQICl*!— 2. Fit to be 

experienced. 

Sambesa G«ifiQI + ^9- a )— *^ \ ®^J — 

[g^e^ei q^^jiq — a^^^s] 1- Sleep, ^ 1 ^^\<i 

2. Repose. « | (-f^a^ «) 8lO;«t9Q;^QOQI — 
'"- A stool; a pedestal. v | ( + qQ «) 
QSGQaSi— 4 Act of sitting, #1 qQ©; Q© 
— 5, Coition. 91 ( + 3y'£l) W^\—^. Bed* 
(6^— ?G5i« aa© ©QQGQ — C02s.'t ©esii^QS-^ 
« €)!«) 5> I ia— 7. Dream. (^ -q.® a69 
%qG<» ©=5^1 ?GS -^qG-^ ^°G^€1 2ie9a a9S»— 

8, A posture daring copulation c!l €^96^© 

glQ — 9, Place of enjoyment, ^©i (gsi.a)- 

eqQ (^^G«|9); G«!Q«I— 11. Sleepiag^ 

geCi§i-*g°- 9® ( 9q^+^« alg ^© + «A © ) — 

Sambesbta t I gfl-fQ €^C© — !• Surrounded. 

(9^6^^— a»*t%a) / I ^^iiis?© { 9«i69ig )— 

■ t«€'^%»— a«>V ?• Q9) 2- Covered with cloth. 

«». 9 ( 4-Q<?' a )— e^^o; G?js)9i — 

Surrounding, 
QGq.iii-'a"* « (qq^+^Jy,^i^="^»i€' ©9^1+^9. a) — 

Sambodha v I Ol€l ( es^ai© ) — ^^* Destruction^ 
(^•GQifj— o©i^Q; ^ I 6iaa; ©"iiq ( Gq«?«a ) — 
2. Deposit. <n | G^ia» (GflOQ) — 
3. Awakening; explaining. 


aen'^o 


( nwr ) 


^%'^'i 


Sambodhana 1! eicil^^—l. Invitation, y \ 

^^^'^ l©^ ^- Address to draw 

vicai»«iq j attention. « i 

(*Migei^) Oi€)9©C«9— 4. (grammar) The 
vocative case. [5 — S»*f|gs«6Q 96^1^0 

■cisqifei* OQi— 60. © { ay©© )— qGiH,i4(ff gcsQ 

Sambodhana chihna q.5gi©6Q QfQ^O ^^SQ© — 
>l?C^«fiT f&^ Note of admiration or vocation. 

(QSaiaQ 0Q9 €9— ^fts^a) 6fi^fill9l<I 1] 

Sambodhiab To address. 

SarabySna a»)— e I Q^-L Clotli. , | ^^g^ 
(QoQ^P_^jQ,^g) Qq,_2^ The apper garment. 

.^^^©-ff. ^^ (9q,+ Qi? )— ^ I <3q— 1. Pounded; 
Sambhyar^a bruised, > | o©^ Sq"©^ 

( gn^lS", qa^*t9Q— ) 2. Mixed together. 

en,!©-^- ©tfl— 1 I ao^Q ( ©^Q9IQ )